Welcome to BHUMC!
Bunker Hill United Methodist Church is truly a warm and welcoming community of people. Each week, approximately 100 men, women and children join together for worship.
Our pastor, Reverend Wayne Frum believes that worship is one of the most important and powerful events of the week, and he places a great deal of emphasis into worship planning and sermon preparation.
Our worship service is relaxed, and so is the dress. We welcome people to come as they are--the way God welcomes us all in Christ.
The presence of the Holy Spirit can truly be felt at the Bunker Hill United Methodist Church.
Our Mission is to enable all people to have a personal relationship with Christ through discipleship ministry. Our Vision is to grow as Christians and to reach out in love and service to all people.
Come and join us as we worship God and support one another through our walks with Christ.
- 9:00 a.m. - Sunday school for all ages
- 10:00 a.m. - Sunday Traditional Worship Service
- Please note new worship time for 2014.
Berkeley County Cluster of United Methodists is hosting a Music Fest at Spring Mills High School. Free tickets from any United Methodist Church in Berkeley County. Showcasing music from choirs from 25 United Methodist Churches in Berkeley County. Featuring patriot music and a barbershop quartet. Brian Crim is directing.
Are you hiding a musical gift? Please come praise God with it on Sunday mornings. We'd love to have you for special music. Just complete the contact form on this website. Thank you.
We are in need of a choir director for our adult choir. If you are interested, please submit a contact form or call Pastor Wayne Frum at 1-301-988-7654. Thank you.
Saturday, January 17th we will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner. The dinner will be a free will donation with all proceeds going towards the Habitat for Humanity house being built for a local veteran in Martinsburg.
Are you in need of prayer? Is someone you know in need of prayer? "I call to God, and the Lord saves me. Evening, morning, and noon I cry out in distress and he hears my voice." ~Psalm 55:16-17