Harrisburg United Methodist Church's vision is to cultivate authentic relationship with Jesus Chirst

by worshipping God, growing disciples and loving our neighbors.


Registration Now OPEN for Stepping Stones Preschool!   
Check out Stepping Stones TODAY!
Be sure to visit the Stepping Stones Photo Gallery to see
one awesome preschool program at work
           SATURDAY NIGHT   February, 6th, 2016 at 5:00 pm for a Spaghetti Dinner and Dessert Auction!  Dinner: spaghetti, salad, bread and a beverage. Delicious and mouth-watering desserts will be auctioned – this is a truly amusing and entertaining time for all!  
              Tickets  $7.00 (children 5 and under are free) and may be purchased from any member of the youth group or at the door on Saturday.  Tickets available at the door.  Proceeds will support HUMC Youth events and mission trips.  See you Saturday, Feb 6 for this exciting and FUN-draising event!!

A Food Drive Challenge  -- Charlotte vs Denver

Brought to you by the people of The United Methodist Church

Let’s beat Denver on and off the field!


As we look forward to the Panthers claiming their first Super Bowl victory, the United Methodist Churches in Charlotte have accepted a challenge from our brothers and sisters in Denver to a Food Drive and we are inviting you to join us.

The contest is to see which city can collect the most non-perishable food items between now and the Big Game.  Suggestions include: soups, canned vegetables, peanut butter, canned meat, rice, dried beans… You get the idea.

Items brought to Harrisburg UMC, will be donated to the Harrisburg Crisis Assistance Ministries Food Pantry.

While Charlotte was challenged specifically, we’re inviting all churches in the WNCC to participate.  After all, we are the CAROLINA. The challenge ends on Feb 7.

We’re counting items, not weight.  Monetary donations will count as 1 item per dollar.

Follow our progress at:


nullLent 2016

God and Suffering: Sitting on the ash-heap* with Job

Then Job sat on the ash-heap to show his sorrow. 
And while he was scraping his sores with a broken piece of pottering,
his wife asked, “Why do you still trust God?” –Job 2:8-10

  • Wednesday, February 10th -- Ash Wednesday  6:30 p.m: Repent in dust and ashes
  • Sunday, February 14th -- Troubling Unanswered Questions 
  • Sunday, February 21st -- Abandoned by the Suffering God? 
  • Sunday, February 28th
  •                  -- The NOT so Helpful Things People say when Bad Stuff Happens
  • Sunday, March 6th -- The Changing of the Lead
  • Sunday, March 13th --  Step into the Mystery
  • Sunday, March 20th -- Palm/Passion Sunday – Holy Week Begins    (11:00 Cantata)

        *The ash-heap in biblical times was a place of mourning; a place where people went to lament their loss and/or their sin.  After losing everything he owns, all his children, and even his own health, Job goes to the ash-heap to mourn and to consider how he got there and what it means about the nature of God and man.







Jan 31 Wisdom grows toward Maturity
Feb 7 - Transfiguration Sunday
Baptismal Remembrance


Sunday Service Times

8:30 a.m. Contemporary Worship
9:45 a.m. Small Groups Hour - groups for all ages of children and adults.  Click here for information
11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship



Sam Wallace Trike-a-thon



Contact Information

Phone 704-455-2311

4560 Hwy 49 S. • P.O. Box 970
Harrisburg, NC 28075