Look, we're on YouTube!
During this pandemic while our church building is closed to the public, Drexel Hill United Methodist Church is offering its weekly Sunday morning service on videos posted to our YouTube channel.
Services include music, Scripture readings, announcements and a sermon accompanied by beautiful scenery and images appropriate to that week's service theme.
You can access the services by clicking on the icon on the top menu bar or at left to get to our YouTube channel, then go to playlists and "Sunday Morning Worship Service."
Feel free to check out our other videos of concerts and church activities as well.
Thank you for visiting Drexel Hill United Methodist Church online.
Our church building is currently closed to the public in keeping with CDC guidelines during this pandemic. We invite to visit our YouTube channel where you can view videos of our weekly Sunday worship services and other church activities.
New to the area?
Looking for a church to call home?
New to the church scene?
We'd like to invite you to visit our church family at 600 Burmont Road in Drexel Hill.
We've had deep roots in the community for more than 90 years and we'd love a chance to say hello and share our mission and ministry with you and your family.
Tour our website and visit our Facebook page.
Like what you see? Stop by Sunday at 10 a.m. for services and a friendly greeting.
Our congregation has provided a faithful witness to the love of God since 1923, expressed through the Methodist tradition.
We are your neighbors.
We are families, from newborns to seniors.
However you self-identify you have a place among us.
We heartily seek to include everyone into our community who search for a relationship with God. Wherever you are in life or on the journey of faith, we welcome you.
WHEN: Services are 10 a.m. Sunday mornings.
WHERE: In the Sanctuary. Enter from Burmont Road.
WHAT: The Service
+Communion once a month. (You do not have to be a Methodist or a member of the church to receive Communion.)
Coffee social after worship gives congregants and visitors a chance to share some food and fellowship.
+Christmas Eve (Family and traditional)
Check this website and our notice board outside the church for any additional service information.
If you'd like to find out more about Drexel Hill United Methodist Church, click on the link here to read our monthly newsletter, MINISTRY@DHUMC.
Our church offers a traditional setting for your most sacred celebration. Please feel free to call or email for more information on how Drexel Hill United Methodist Church can fit into your wedding plans.
A successful Souper Bowl of Caring
Scenes from our past community lunches
Guests enjoy each other's company at the Feb. 24 RSC Community Lunch in the church Fellowship Hall. in the church's Fellowship Hall.
The lunch is free and open to the community.
Volunteers prepare and serve the food.
The meal is a mix of hot and cold foods.
The lunches give a chance for the church to introduce itself to the community.
The lunches also give church neighbors a chance to meet each other. The lunches are offered the fourth Saturday of each month starting at 11:30 a.m.
Check out the latest videos, photos and articles highlighting events and activities on the Drexel Hill United Methodist Church Facebook page.
On Being: Come to the Pastor's Study and listen to the 7AM Sunday morning broadcast of "On Being." Host Krista Tippett takes up the big questions of life with scientists, theologians, artists, and teachers — some you know and others you'll love to meet. Arrive a little before 7 and get settled in with your coffee. A time for discussion will follow.
We invite you to join our email list and receive our weekly Friday reminder - DHUMCUpdate. We'll also send a monthly newsletter by email.
Please show your support and donate to our Love the World fund.
Reconciling Ministries Network
Our congregation became Reconciling in the 1980s. This means we advocate for the inclusion of all sexual orientations and gender identities in the life of our congregation and seek to transform our Church and world into the full expression of Christ’s inclusive love. If you would like to learn more, please visit rmnetwork.org