The Ebenezer United Methodist Men are having a workday. They are building a deck at our playground area to add a nice place for the children and adults to sit while playing on our new equipment.
The new Playground equipment is being enjoyed by all our small children. It’s a joy to watch them play safely on our new “Stuff.” Thanks Nelson for the new Playground sign!
Ebenezer United Methodist Church Welcomes YOU!
Discipleship Groups meet on Sunday mornings
at 9:30 am in the classrooms located in the
Sanctuary and Office Complex.
~Child care is provided during our
Sunday School hour in the Sanctuary~
Worship Service on Sunday mornings
begin at 10:30 am
and child care is also provided
Wednesday Evening Activities include:
Choir Practice at 5:00 pm
Fellowship Covered Dish Dinner is at 6:00 pm
Adult, Youth, and Pre-school classes begin at 6:30 pm
Ebenezer United Methodist Church
Thursday’s are our Food 2 Kids packing days and the packing begins at 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall
Friday is our Food 2 Kids delivery day
Saturday’s our Thrift Store is open for business between the hours of 9:00 am until 12:00 noon
“Generations of Faith”
Ebenezer United Methodist Church Celebrating 199 years of service and worship in our small Hollywood, Georgia community. Often referred to as “The Church with a Warm Heart,” Ebenezer United Methodist Church is presently journeying through a year-long celebration leading up to our 200th Anniversary. This observance began at Homecoming Sunday, August 6, 2017, and will culminate during our Homecoming Sunday, August 5, 2018. Ebenezer Methodist Church was founded in 1818 and has moved from a log cabin, that also served as a school and post office, to our present location across the road on Highway 441 North.
Many changes and additions to our facilities have taken place, however, it is the same determined spirit of our congregation to exhibit God’s love in everything we say and do that exemplifies the courage and ideals that our founders, passed down to us motivating us to adopt our Bicentennial theme, “Generations of Faith.”