"Love the Lord your God with all your heart and soul and strength and might," proclaims Deuteronomy 6:5.
Love for God is expressed in all we do in our faith: in our worship, study, relationships and service to the world. Yet we also know there are many distractions from loving the Lord.
At Walnut Hill UMC, we offer opportunities to grow in faith with one another and our community. In nurturing relationships, we find God's love is revealed in unexpected ways. By encouraging one another in disciplined spiritual practices of study and prayer, we offer accountability to one another. When we focus our perspective on loving God in all we do, we find life has new meaning.
Through worship, small groups, study and prayer, and sharing of our spiritual gifts, we find each day we offer more and more of ourselves to the love of God.
Come. Experience the joy of worship at Walnut Hill United Methodist Church!
8:30 am Service in the sanctuary
9:30 - 10:45 am Sunday School for all age groups
10:55 am Service in the sanctuary
"This is the day that the Lord has made: let us rejoice and be glad in it!" Psalm 118:24
There are some Sundays you come to worship ready to give praise.
There are some Sundays you seek calm in the midst of a busy week.
One Sunday you are looking for direction in a difficult decision.
Another Sunday you're hoping for a lifting of life's burdens.
What you will find in worshipping with this community of faith is Joy.
This is worship in our community. Each week is a relevant, inclusive, and thoughtful reflection on the Scriptures and events of our world. When you walk in, you will see gray hairs and pigtails, blue jeans and business suits, hearing aids and smart phones. You will find welcoming smiles, tons of hugs, and genuine warmth -- unique to Walnut Hill UMC.
We know that everyone comes to faith from a variety of places and in unique ways. We honor your baptism, wherever you come from. We offer an open table for Holy Communion. We provide the opportunity each Sunday for you to be reminded: You are a precious child of God. We end our worship with encouragement: Take this joy into your week, and share it with the world.