Worship at South Hill United Methodist Church is currently Sundays at 11am, and is on-line ONLY (See worship tab above).
Live streaming of current worship and archives of past services are available.
We are evaluating possibiities and time lines for a return to in-person worship.
Services and giving are both available on-line.
We are currently working on a specific plan for staged reopening for live worship and in-person groups. Check back here for updates and necessary requirements.
The South Hill United Methodist Church office is currently closed to the public. Appointments will still be taken, as needed. We still are here to provide you support, so 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.
The scourge of racism has showed its ugly face once again in our nation. The people of God, from the beginning, have had a mandate to care for the vulnerable in society. It is graphically apparent that we have not done so well with this.
As people of God today, we must strive to a higher standard.
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!
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.