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Round Hill

Connect, Grow, Serve

Join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 8:00am or 10:00am in the Sanctuary or watch service online at 8:00am by searching RHC Live on YouTube! 
Sunday School at 9:00am in person and on Zoom!

Praying Together

We are a congregation of younger folk, older folk, and everyone in between. We are single, married, divorced, widowed, parents and grandparents. We have one thing in common. We are falling deeply in love with Jesus and are developing into followers of Jesus. We are learning to take risks, do missions, trust God's grace and share the love of Jesus with others.

We would love for you to become part of this church family and join us on our journey with Jesus.

God is doing amazing things among us!

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The Wesleyan Quadrilateral

The Wesleyan quadrilateral contains the four ingredients of Scripture, Tradition, Reason and Experience. All four of the ingredients are essential. The revelation of God comes to us through each one and each contributes to our understanding and experience of who God is and how God has acted in the past, is acting now and will act in the future. Understanding and teaching the quadrilateral is important because it gives us a proven way of exploring, growing in and living our faith in Jesus Christ. It is also a characteristic that distinguishes The United Methodist Church from other Christian denominations.



“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and of the Holy Spirit and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you.” 

- Matthew 28:19-20



Established in 1844, the Round Hill Methodist Episcopal Church South was built by a local preacher with his family and friends.  Although the building was burned twice during the Civil War, the faithful would not let it die.  The current structure was built in 1879 and since that time the facility has seen several renovations.  In 1968, the Methodist Church merged with the Evangelical United Brethren Church to form the United Methodist Church.  Today, Round Hill Church with its “open doors,” burns once more, but with the power of the Holy Spirit.


Sharpened With REASON

God has given to each of us a gift—the ability to reason.  We are expected to use it.  When we say that we are a people of “open minds": we are witnessing to the power of the gospel.  Not only will it withstand reasonable scrutiny and critique, but i