Sunday worship services are meeting in person. The 11am worship is also live streamed and archived (see buttons below).
Please do not attend in person if you are feeling unwell. In person attendance recommends distancing between family groups and requires face covering for those who are not fully vaccinated. This is for the protection of our most vulnerable. Those who have been fully vaccinated are welcome to sing during worship.
Sunday School is still not meeting in person, but is planning to restart soon.
We are about you, and we care about you! So, there are restrictions and procedure modifications in place to protect each other during this trying time.
Any building access requires face covering for unvaccinated persons.
We are here to provide you support, so please do call or email the church office if you are in need or we can help facilitate something in your life during these trying times.
Keep safe. Be smart. Most of all, be loving.
Death has been swallowed up in victory. That is the crux of the Gospel that makes Easter the greatest day in our faith. Resurrection is the defeat of the thing that our world teaches us to fear the most. If the thing to fear the most has been defeated, what left is there to fear at all? Yet, our world seems to feed off of fear. Those seeking power stoke fear in order to control others. Fear separates and divides us. Especially in the last year of uncertainty, the language of fear invades much of our conversation, even within the church. Fear controls budgeting, mission dreaming, and even sharing the glorious Word of God with those around us. Fear has a hold of us all, even though Jesus defeated it by leaving the tomb.
We cannot let fear win, for it has already been defeated. Celebrate the wonder, mystery, and miracle of Easter. Claim resurrection! Be God’s people for a hurting world. We can do this, despite any difficulty or fear, for “you must stand firm, unshakable, excelling in the works of the Lord always, because you know that your labor isn’t going to be for nothing in the Lord.”
We are here
We have been in South Hill since 1792, and at the corner of Mecklenburg Ave. and Franklin St. since 1919. And we’re not done, yet!
We are here for you, the community and residents of the South Hill area. If you’re looking for a place to call home for your spiritual journey, come check us out. If you’re wanting to be part of something making a difference in the community, then come join one of our many ministries and outreach opportunities. If you want to be part of a place that welcomes you, challenges your growth, and walks with you on your journey, come see us.
Keeping the church operating in worship and ministry takes a lot of volunteers, and a few paid staff.
Rev. Brian Siegle
Jimmie Crowder, Jr.
There is always something happening at South Hill UMC. Use the menus at the top to find out more!
By the numbers
People like numbers. They tell a story. Here’s part of ours.
Feel free to contact us if you need more information, or just someone to listen.
We are located atat the corner of Mecklenburg Avenue and Franklin Street, in downtown South Hill, Virginia.