Since 1875, many families have called Rose Hill Methodist Church their home. We are a generational church with a great heritage, filled with countless stories highlighting the faithfulness of God. Our church also has a great future ahead of us. We are a growing church serving a growing community. If you’re looking for a church home, join us this Sunday. 
Vacation Bible School
Join us for Hometown Nazareth the week of July 22-26 from 5-8 p.m. 
All children ages 3 (potty-trained) through 5th Grade (leaving) are invited.  Please complete a  REGISTRATION FORM HERE.
We need volunteers to help make this an amazing week.  If you would be willing to volunteer during VBS, please complete a volunteer form and the committee will reach out to you.  Thank you so much!
150th Anniversary Stories
In honor of Rose Hill’s 150 years, we want to highlight people and events – past & present – that have made us the church we are. We are asking for contributions from the congregation – a short blurb on a person or event that you think is significant which we will post at intervals on our Facebook page.
Please send your blurb to Judith Hackney or Chris Kanewske.
Food Pantry
The Pantry is in need of shelf-life food, i.e., peanut butter, canned vegetables, canned fruit, mac n cheese, canned meat, rice, and dry beans. Monetary donations are greatly appreciated and go a long way in filling our pantry shelves. Thanks to each of you for your continued generosity and support to help feed the food-insecure in our community.
Next Distribution: July 25
Men’s Breakfast
The men of Rose Hill Methodist and their guests meet for breakfast at 7:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall on the 3rd Saturday of each month for food and fellowship.
Blessing of the Backpacks
Attention students, parents, and teachers!
Bring your backpack to church on Sunday, August 18th at the 11am worship service for a special Blessing of the Backpacks before school is back in session.
A full list of upcoming events can be found on the EVENTS page.
Rose Hill Kids
Nursery is available from 8:30 am – Noon on Sundays in the Faith Center.
Children’s Church is provided at the 11:00 am service in the Faith Center for 3-year-olds (potty-trained) through 5th grade. Children should come to worship with their families and they will be dismissed from the worship service for Children’s Church during the time of Welcome!
Children’s Sunday School meets at 9:45 am.  Classes for PreK-K and Grades 1-2 meet in the Faith Center.  Grades 3-5 meet in the Fellowship Hall. Greeters can help you find the correct room for each class.  
Learn more here.
Youth Group
Youth Sunday School meets at 9:45  am in the Faith Center. The students in this class have a large role in determining what topics will be discussed. 
Youth Group meets at 5:00 pm on Sunday evenings also for fellowship and fun.  All youth 6th-12th grade are welcome!
Adult Sunday School
9:45 am – This class is studying They Walked with God by Max Lucado. The class is led by Penny Lucas and meets in the Fellowship Hall.
9:45 am – The class is led by Rev. Greg Megill and Alan Kendall and meets in the Faith Center Library.  This class is studying “Which Way, Lord? Exploring Your Life’s Purpose in the Journeys of Paul” by Rob Fuquay. 
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm – This class meets in the Genesis Room in the Faith Center and is led by Frank Osburn, 
Methodist Women
Methodist Women meets monthly on the second Thursday at 7:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. Contact the church office for more info.  
Heart to Heart Women’s Bible Study meets on Wednesdays at 10 am in the church library. We are currently on summer break but will resume the first Wednesday of September with Priscilla Shirer’s Discerning the Voice of God.
July 12, 2024
Sermon Series: WHERE’S THE BEEF?

Most of us have heard of, and maybe even have used some very common sayings. Often, probably because they sound religious, we think they are in the Bible. After all, they sound wise and kind of “biblely!” Yes, I made that word up! However, these can be just like that old commercial where the lady finds something that looks like a hamburger on the outside, but when she looks inside, she is forced to ask, “Where’s the Beef?” When we look at what the Bible actually says compared to the saying we use, we find that not only is the phrase not in the Bible, but God’s word and promise is so much better!
Sermon Title: Money is the Root of All Evil
This saying is missing three words from the actual biblical text. And those three words make all of the difference.
The scripture for this week: 1 Timothy 6:6-10
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