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South Hill United Methodist Church

This Week

Youth This Week

Regular Youth Meetings are from 5:00-6:00pm, with grades 9-12 and grades 6-8 alternating weeks. While the weather is nice, we will be meeting in an alternate outside location. Please call or text Angie (804-339-7166) or Sidney (434-774-4710) for details. Youth is on a temporary suspension until mid February. If you would like more information about…
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Death has been swallowed up by a victory.55 Where is your victory, Death?Where is your sting, Death?(56 Death’s sting is sin, and the power of sin is the Law.) 57 Thanks be to God, who gives us this victory through our Lord Jesus Christ! 58 As a result of all this, my loved brothers and…
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United Methodist Men

The United Methodist Men historically meet monthly for a breakfast to fellowship and plan mission and outreach. Current COVID guidelines prevent that meeting, but we still desire to help the church in its mission and help each other in our growth as followers of Christ. Most recently, the Virginia Conference United Methodist Men are making…
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General Conference Updates

General Conference is the top policy-making body of The United Methodist Church. The assembly meets at the beginning of each quadrennium to consider revisions to church law, as well as adopt resolutions on current moral, social, public policy and economic issues. It also approves plans and budgets for church-wide programs for the next four years.…
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Wisdom and Humility

Remember: there’s no one on earth so righteous as to do good only and never make a mistake. Ecclesiastes 7:20 This verse comes in the midst of a whole bunch of proverb-like verses about wisdom. I found this one especially appropriate at this present time. We seem to be in a season that tries to…
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Lenten Devotional 2021

This Lenten Season, lead your family of faith into a period of self-examination and spiritual growth. Invite them to read and give in support of the Society of St. Andrew’s feeding ministries, reflecting Jesus’ own concern for the least, the last, and the lost. Recognize the abundance of opportunities in your own life to do…
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Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis

Who are we, primarily? What is our primary identity? The climate growing over the last decade that culminated in an attack on the United States Capitol while a joint session of Congress was in session shows me that we are in the midst of a crisis of identity. We have allowed ourselves to be identified…
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Thanks in a Strange Year

14 “Don’t be troubled. Trust in God. Trust also in me. 2 My Father’s house has room to spare. If that weren’t the case, would I have told you that I’m going to prepare a place for you? 3 When I go to prepare a place for you, I will return and take you to…
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2020 Advent Devotional

Advent Devotional 2020

In light of a particularly troubling year, you’re invited to reclaim a spirit of peace this Advent season. This year’s theme is Peace Be With You— and this seasonal devotional booklet from the Society of St. Andrew is available to you and your faith family at no cost. This year’s theme celebrates God’s longstanding and…
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It’s time to place orders for poinsettias that are placed in the sanctuary for the Advent season. If you would like to place an order in memory or in honor of a loved one, please fill out this form and send payment to the church office. Orders must be received by Monday, November 23 at…
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The Jerusalem Council

Some people came down from Judea teaching the family of believers, “Unless you are circumcised according to the custom we’ve received from Moses, you can’t be saved.” 2 Paul and Barnabas took sides against these Judeans and argued strongly against their position. The church at Antioch appointed Paul, Barnabas, and several others from Antioch to…
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