Join us for the month of July as we take a "virtual vacation". We will travel to 4 different historical sites around the United States.
July 5 - Tuzigoot National Monument in Arizona
reveals the communal culture of the Sinagua people who valued dwelling together above individualism and competition.
July 12 - Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site in Arkansas
honors the nine African American students who courageously went to a place they were not welcome
to help desegregate a school district and a nation.
July 19 - Dinosaur National Monument in the Uinta Mountains between Colorado and Utah
gives a glimpse into our past through the preservation of fossils from these amazing creatures.
July 26 - George Washington Carver Boyhood Home
George Washington Carver was born a slave and kidnapped a week after he was born. He and his brother were rescued and then raised by the couple who owned them. He spent his childhood wandering around their Missouri farm and curiously exploring creation. He grew up to be an educator, scientist, and public servant in the field of agriculture.
On Tuesday, 6/30/2020, the Safe Reopening Task force reviewed the data regarding new cases in Sedgwick County and available hospital beds. Per their review and due to the increasing number of new cases in Sedgwick County, we will continue in Phase 1 of our plan for reopening the building. The next assessment is in 14 days on 7/14/2020.
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Welcome to College Hill United Methodist Church. We are a reconciling congregation and welcome into full membership and participation in all aspects of our church life, persons of every race, national origin, language, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, physical or mental ability, economic or marital status, and faith background. We affirm and celebrate all loving and committed relationships. All are welcome here. We hope you will check out our website, and then come check out our church. You are always welcome.
9:00 a.m. Traditional service in the Sanctuary with choir and organ. Same message at each service. All services are online at this time.
10:15 a.m. Non-traditional service in the Fellowship Hall with a band, Native American blessing and Buddhist Singing Bowl. Same message at each service. All services are online at this time.
It doesn't matter if you are just beginning your walk of faith, someone "checking God out," or someone who has been in church all their life, there is a place for you here at College Hill.
Growing in love we embrace diversity in our congregation and community, and we affirm the diginity and worth of every person created in the image of God. We honor the guiding principal that discrimination is incompatible with God's message of unconditional love.
We welcome into full membership and participation in all aspects of our church life persons of every race, national origin, language, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, physical or mental ability, economic or marital status, and faith background, and we affirm and celebrate all loving and committed relationships.