Outdoor Worship @ 9:00am
Indoor Worship @ 10:00 am
To enable all people
to have a personal relationship
with Christ through discipleship
To grow as Christians and to
reach out in love and service to
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Parking is available surrounding the church building.
Entrances to the sanctuary are closer to the road, entrances to the downstairs fellowship hall are available on the opposite end. There is a handicap ramp available on the north side of the church.
Dress is always up to you. You will see everything from suits to recreational sports gear. Be yourself, be comfortable.
Communion (Lord’s Supper or Eucharist) is celebrated the first Sunday of the month. Our communion table is open to all persons desiring to connect with God through this holy means of Grace. Traditional bread, gluten free bread and grape juice are used. If you would rather not participate in this portion of the service please feel free to relax and enjoy the music.
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The Bunker Hill United Methodist Church was founded in 1841 when the area was still very rural and agricultural. The original Methodist Episcopal Church building still stands two blocks from the current location on land that was contributed by Elisha Boyd on July 30, 1841.
During the Civil War various companies used the church building as a hospital and stable. By 1863, the church building was in partial ruins due to the burning of pews and flooring for warmth by Union troops during their occupation. Repairs financed and furnished by the congregation were completed in 1869 and the building continued as a place of worship until 1912. This building, known today as the Boyd Building, is maintained by the church and is used as a community recreation center.
Ground was broken for the current church building in March 1912; the cornerstone was laid in June 1912 and the completed church was dedicated by Bishop Earl Cranston on December 15, 1912. The educational wing was completed in 1965. The parsonage was completed in 1901.
Bunker Hill United Methodist Church has grown from a small rural church in 1841 on a circuit of more than five churches to one that has been a station church since 1979.