Mars Hill United Methodist Church participates in missions of the broader United Methodist Church. Our members are involved weekly in Neighbors in Need in Madison County; Haywood Street Clothing Closet, and the Haywood Street Congregation serving the homeless in Asheville.

 
Seek justice: help the oppressed: defend the orphan; plead for the widow.
— Isaiah 1: 17
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Ten Thousand Villages Coming to Mars Hill UMC

Ten Thousand Villages is a global maker‑to‑market movement, offering a way for you to shop with intention for ethically-sourced wares and to share in the joy of connecting with makers in ten thousand villages. The Holiday Shop will be coming to Mars Hill United Methodist Church Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. Look for more information in the coming weeks!


OUR MISSION(S) OF THE WEEK
at Mars Hill United Methodist Church

Here at Mars Hill United Methodist Church, our Missions of the Week include

  • The Haywood Street Respite - this fund is for the homeless throughout the Asheville area. They need clothing for family embers of all ages. If you would like to make a donation, please make a check to the church and mark it with Haywood Street. This can be placed in the offering plate.

THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO TO HELP THOSE WHO NEED HELP PROVIDING FOR THEIR FAMILIES!


Pastor’s Discretionary Fund

At Mars Hill United Methodist Church, our Pastor’s Discretionary Fund helps our pastor pay for the needs of the people of Madison County. Please make your check out to the church or put cash in an envelope with “PDF” marked on the envelope or on the check and place it in the offering plate.


ONGOING MIssion: Neighbors in NeeD

Our Madison County neighbors need food, electricity and heating assistance in the winter months. You can help by bringing canned food (only non-perishables), baby food and diapers for babies and adults. If you would prefer to donate to support contributions to electric bills and heating assistance, please make a check payable to the church, designate it “Neighbors in Need” and place it in the offering plate.

  • hamburger helper

  • cans of stews

  • canned tuna

  • vegetables

  • fruits

  • cereals

  • rice

  • beans


Mars Hill Elementary School Backpack Project

We continue our local outreach with the Mars Hill Elementary School Backpack project. Through this important community program, Mars Hill Elementary School Students are provided stuffed backpacks to take home over the weekend. Your donations of individually wrapped items will support local students in need.

Please place the following items in the hallway bins:

  • cheese crackers or cheese snacks

  • granola bars (no nuts)

  • pudding and fruit cups

  • microwavable soups, pasts and mac & cheese

  • individual cereals

  • chips

  • fruit snacks

  • other healthy snacks without nuts or peanut butter


ChurchinMarsHill

Church reaches Mars Hill community

A story by Lance Hickey featured in the Weaverville Tribune

Mars Hill United Methodist Church proved to be a uniquely inviting congregation. With both a traditional and contemporary presentation style, the church offers services to all age groups. The congregation’s and Pastor Hartzog’s enthusiasm for the church and community was obvious. Mars Hill United Methodist Church continues to leave its stamp on the Mars Hill community.


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The United Methodist Women
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Mars Hill United Methodist Church continues to leave its stamp on the Mars Hill community.
— The Weaverville Tribune