Family Night Supper

At Oak Hill UMC, we consider members and visitors to be family. What better way  to get together with friends and family than to have a meal. During school months we meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month in the fellowship hall at 6:00 pm for Family Night Supper. We each bring a dish or two (or more) to share with those able to come. Attendees bring family, friends, neighbors or anyone else interested in fellowship and good food at Oak Hill.

Sunday School

Our adult Sunday School meets Sunday mornings to carefully work through the Scripture. We have wonderful leadership who prompts us to worship God with our head, as well as with our heart. Join us for

The Oak Hill Children’s Ministry serves ages 4 through 5th grade, with Sunday School at 10:00 each Sunday morning and Children’s Church during Worship.  We use Grow, Proclaim and Serve for Sunday School, a fun program that includes stories and games.  Each Sunday for Children’s Church, a leader shares a Bible lesson and snack during service.  

A well staffed nursery is available for ages birth through age 4 during Sunday School and Worship hours. 


Oak Hill’s choir is open to all who love to lift their voices in song.  The choir leads the congregation and offers special music during worship services.  Our music is contemporary and traditional, with praise songs, gospel music, spirituals, and solemn hymns.   The choir is an instrument of grace through which God can inspire the lives of the congregation’s members.

Men of the Church 

Oak Hill’s United Methodist Men (UMM) meet on the 4th Sunday of every month (except in August) over an early morning breakfast prepared by the UMM at Oak Hill. All men are welcome to attend and contribute to this monthly fellowship breakfast. On the fourth Saturday in August, Oak Hill’s UMM hosts a picnic at the church for all members. The UMM have also been involved in sponsoring Scouting activities and other church related activities.

CRUD (Christ Redeemed Unique Dudes) is another men’s group at Oak Hill United Methodist Church. They meet monthly, usually on the first Monday evening of the month at a local establishment in and around the Asheville community for the purposes of laughter, fun and doing good works. In other words, for the purpose of fellowship.

Children and Youth

There are many children and youth activities created, planned, directed, and coordinated at Oak Hill including special events, Christian study opportunities and classes, and opportunities for missions, both in and outside the local community. Some of these include Oak Hill’s annual Easter egg hunt, Vacation Bible School, the annual summer Reading Challenge, Halloween’s Trunk or Treat, the Fall Festival and Christmas pageant, and mission trips to assist others in need. Additionally, special events are planned for the children and youth groups at Oak Hill such as bowling, swim parties, trips to outdoor recreational areas throughout Western North Carolina, and amusement parks.

Safe Sanctuary: Oak Hill is a safe sanctuary for children and youth. Volunteers and staff working directly with children and youth are required to have a criminal background check completed on a regular basis.