In-Person Worship Suspended
At this time in-person worship is suspended in an effort to help keep everyone healthy. Please join us every Sunday for online worship at 9:30 or 11:00 am. We hope to see you soon.
Christmas Eve Services
- Christmas Eve Online Worship Services (with candle lighting in your home): 4:00 Family Service (Pastor Doug preaching); 6:00, featuring our Praise Band (Pastor Kate preaching); 8:30 featuring the Canterbury Brass and pipe organ (Pastor Cathy preaching) and 11:00 featuring the Canterbury Brass (Pastor Dave Preaching).
- Christmas Eve On-Line Worship at The Warehouse: will air m. and 7p.m.
- Christmas Eve: Share the Glow! Worship safely at home with supplies provided by the church. As we sing “Silent Night,” and you light your candles, share the light of Christ in a new way by taking a picture, send the picture to Dana Calhoun (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Worship With Us
You are invited to come and worship God with our community: to joyfully praise our wonderful Creator, to connect with Jesus Christ, the Hope of the World, and to find wisdom and strength through the Holy Spirit, who inspires us to joyfully serve God and our neighbor as the hands and feet of Christ.
Join us for a joyful celebration of God’s Word through biblical preaching, choral music, and congregational hymns sung with the Great Organ.
You are invited to our contemporary service with biblical preaching, prayers, and a special time with children. Our gifted praise team leads the community in singing a variety of styles of music.
To schedule a baptism, contact the church office (513) 871-1345.
Baptism is a covenant between God and each of us; God promises that we are adopted by grace, and we promise our response of faith and love. It is always a special occasion when infants, children, teens, or adults enters our faith community through baptism.
Baptisms are held at the 8:00, 9:30, or 11:00am Sunday worship services on select Sundays throughout the year.
Babies or others who can’t take vows for themselves are presented by parents and/or sponsors. Baptismal garments are optional.
The family must meet with the presiding minister for a pre-Baptism session to discuss the baptism and answer any questions you may have.
Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church Pastoral Care staff, clergy and parish visitor, are available for help with end-of-life planning, and funeral and memorial service planning.
Although grief and suffering are universal, they are very personal and life-changing. We are available for both grief counseling and help in implementing Christian funerals, memorial services, and celebrations of lives.
Whether you’re planning a large or intimate wedding ceremony, we desire to help you make the experience memorable and personal.
The Music of HPCUMC is an avenue through which participants can bless the Lord, their church and each other by offering their musical gifts as an integral, inspiring element of our worship experiences. Much more than a group of enthusiastic singers or instrumentalists, each ensemble is a Christian fellowship of caring friends who daily support and pray for each other in life’s joys and concerns.
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