For many people, Sunday morning worship services are the first experience at Pleasant Hill. Each Sunday morning we have three services:
8:15am Casual Service    9:00am Contemporary Service     11:00am Traditional Service
(Sanctuary)                              (Fellowship Hall)                                 (Sanctuary)   
 
 
WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE?

Typically, you should arrive about 15 minutes before the worship service starts to allow plenty of time to get a bulletin and find a seat. You may want to arrive a few minutes earlier if you need to take your children to the Nursery.

Greeters will welcome you and provide you with a bulletin and any other handouts for the service. Ushers will be available to help you and your family find a seat.
 
 

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

Our congregation spans a range of ages and backgrounds.  You’ll see people in the pews dressed in all styles—from jeans to business attire.  
 

We offer a Coffee with Staff for new and perspective members at least quarterly on Sunday mornings at 10am in the Fellowship Hall.  This is a great opportunity to meet our staff and find out more about how to get connected within our church family.  

 

MEMBERSHIP COVENANT OF PLEASANT HILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

  1. Resist evil and injustice and repent of our sins.
  2. Receive Jesus Christ as our Savior and serve him as Lord, trusting in his grace for the forgiveness of our sins and the promise of eternal life.
  3. Support the ministries of the church with our:
    1. Prayers, (Pray for our leaders, minister, staff, congregation, and ministries regularly.)
    2. Presence. (Be present as much as possible in worship, Sunday School/Small Group Bible Studies, and our other ministries and missions.)
    3. Gifts. (Financial support and our talents and abilities. The Bible teaches us to tithe, to give 10% of our income back to God.)
    4. Service.  (We are called to give to God our time and talents in serving God’s purposes at church and in the world.)
    5. Witness. (We are called to share the Good News of Christ with others and invite them to be a part of our family of faith.)