Pleasant Hills United Methodist Church
"The mission of Pleasant Hills UMC is to offer Christ through meaningful worship, faith centered education, compassionate outreach, genuine hospitality, and to be His hands, feet and heart in the Southwest Communities of Greater Cleveland and the World."
Pastor: Rev. Beverly Hall
Deacon: Rev. Linda McCowen
Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these. (Matthew 19:14)
Where is God on Sunday morning? Of course, God is everywhere. We know that God is enthroned in the praises of his people. (Psalm 22:3) But did you know that God is back in the church nursery? To learn more about the Pleasant Hills Nursery, visit our Sunday Morning Nursery Services page or click here.
Children have fun learning the stories of Jesus, stories include the Good Samaritan, the prodigal son and the Greatest Commandment. They learn through watching the story on a video, reading the story in the Bible and talking about what the story means in their lives at home and at school. Children meet during the traditional Sunday School hour, 9-10, and during StoryTellers. With the exception of Communion Sundays when we all worship together, children leave worship after the children's moment for StoryTellers where we pray, we read the Bible, we talk about the Story, we do a craft or a game all related to the theme of the day. Infants through kindergarten meet in the nursery/childcare where they also learn the stories of Jesus and do crafts. First graders through Fifth graders meet together. 6th graders are in the Youth Group. Our children participate in community projects such as making cards for shut-ins, collecting items for hunger centers and putting together health kits for UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief). If you have any questions, please ask Rev. Linda.
Pleasant Hills Church sponsors Cub Scout Pack 636 and Boy Scout Troop 636. Membership in the Cub Pack is open to boys in grades one through five. Boys may join the Scout Troop after completing the first semester of the fifth grade or at the age of 11. Both units have members from many communities and have a boy membership larger than the averaged sized units. To learn more about Pack/Troop 636 visit their website at www.ohiotrooppack636.org.
Journey Worship Service
Creative Hands Ministry
Book Study at Olympia Sweet Treats