We are a group of life-long Methodists, former Catholics, Baptists, Presbyterians, etc. seeking ways to better know and serve our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Our Sunday services are at 8:00 am, which is a contemporary service held in the Fellowship Hall; 9:30 am, also a contemporary service but held in the sanctuary; and 11:00 am, which is a blended traditional and contemporary service held in the Sanctuary. Our mission at Chapel Hill is to make disciples for Jesus Christ. You will feel right at home during any of our sunday services. Come see for yourself and experience the fellowship.
We describe God in three persons. Father,Son, and Holy Spirit are commonly used to refer to the threefold nature of God. Sometimes we use other terms such as Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer. Everyone is welcome at Chapel Hill. Have a past? Never been to church? You are welcome here. Formerly churched but now for some reason you don't go? Think you're too "bad" to go to church? You are always welcome at Chapel Hill United Methodist Church here in Henderson, Kentucky.
Chapel Hill is one of the fastest growing churches in the State of Kentucky. Why? Because we love the Lord and care about our community. So, what are you waiting for? An invitation? You got it. Please join us for one of our 3 unique services. I know you will be blessed. For more information on all the exciting Happenings at Chapel Hill, through our website or call: 270-826-3593.
Looking to Serve? Chapel Hill United Methodist Church of Henderson, Kentucky has many areas in which you can serve. We have opportunities in Children and Teen Ministries to working with inmates through our Jail Ministry. From Driving Ministry to singing in the choir or playing in the Praise Band. There are so many ways to serve at Chapel Hill that we dare not list them here for fear of leaving something out, but you get the idea. It's easy to share at Chapel Hill.
The United Methodist Church is an 11-million-strong global church that opens hearts, opens doors and opens minds through active engagement with our world.
John Wesley and the early Methodists placed primary emphasis on Christian living, on putting faith and love into action. This emphasis on what Wesley referred to as "practical divinity" has continued to be a hallmark of United Methodism today.
We invite you to learn more about our rich theological heritage. See you Sunday.