Seminole Heights United Methodist Church was founded in 1921 with an inaugural
congregation of 110 charter members. By 1925, we had outgrown our first wooden building.
Our present yellow brick church building at the corner of Central and Hanna was completed in
1928, and here we have stood, a pillar of the Seminole Heights community, ever since. In 1960,
the church constructed an education building, which today houses our award-winning Seminole
Heights United Methodist Preschool.
Worship Services and Sunday School
Every Sunday, we worship at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m., with seasonal children’s Sunday school and adult
Sunday school classes at 9:30 a.m.
All are welcome to Community Dinner Church, 6-7:30pm on the last Wednesday of the month. We will start with dinner together downstairs in Allen Hall (through the blue door off the parking lot), followed by a time of worship and a kid-friendly message and interactive games and activities for the whole family. Don’t have kids? Join us for dinner and church, and we will make sure you feel like part of the family before you leave.
The youth group also meets on Sunday nights for dinner, a lesson and fellowship at 5:00 p.m.
Currently, the church hosts many community groups and events, including Girl Scouts and Boy
Scouts, our annual Pumpkin Patch and Christmas Tree Lot, and civic associations. We partner
with Seminole Heights Elementary School and Memorial Middle School through donations,
mentoring, teacher appreciation and community support. We love being a part of the vibrant
Seminole Heights community, and we invite you to join us!