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We GATHER in worship, we GROW in our faith , we GO out into the world


Hamilton Mill United Methodist Church, is a place where people can meet Jesus, engage in a life-giving community, and where everyone is welcome!
We believe in creating a space where people can
GATHER in worship, GROW in their relationship with God and others,
and GO out and serve as the hands and feet of Christ.

Current Sermon Series

This Sunday, November 28, 2021: First Sunday of Advent
Sermon Series: A Thrill of Hope
Sermon Title:  Come Thou Long Expected Jesus
By the Rev. Jeremy Lawson
Scripture: Jeremiah 33:14-16
Services at 9:15 am and 11am  in person and via Facebook , hmumc.org and YouTube.
If you’ve been in the church long enough, you know that before we arrive at the miracle of Christmas, we celebrate a season called Advent. Advent comes from the Latin word, ‘adventus,’ which means “coming” or “to come.” And that’s ultimately what Advent is all about—it’s a season of waiting for Jesus’ arrival into our world. Today, we’ll look at the one of the most well-known Advent carols, “Come Thou Long Expected Jesus,” and together we’ll discover what it teaches us about hope.
No other season of the year has a soundtrack quite like Christmas. Turn on the radio during the month of December and it's impossible not to find at least one station that plays Christmas music around the clock. Perhaps even more impressive, though, is the fact that Christmas has its own genre of music. We call them carols. And whether you're gone to church all of your life or you've never darkened it's doors, chances are good that many of our most well-known Christmas carols can be sung by heart.

Join us on Sunday, November 28th, as we start a brand new Advent and Christmas sermon series: "A Thrill of Hope." Together, we'll look at some of our most well-known and beloved Christmas carols and discover what they teach us about the hope, peace, joy, and love of the miracle of Christmas. 

Service Times

Sunday Mornings  in person and online at 9:15 am and 11am via Facebook, YouTube or our website,

 9:15am Modern Service   |   11:00am Traditional Service

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