Welcome to Hinshaw United Methodist Church
Hinshaw is a member of the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church and was founded in 1915. We invite you to join us on Sunday Mornings at 11:00 for our blended worship service. We are located at 4501 West Gate City Blvd, Greensboro, NC 27407. While your GPS may show the location as High Point Rd. in Greensboro, the church is still in the exact location it has been for 100 years. The City of Greensboro recently renamed High Point Rd. to Gate City Blvd. so rest assured you are still heading to the same location. For driving directions please consult the links on this page.
We look forward to worshiping with you.
God's Helping Hands
Please continue supporting the food pantry by bringing your food donations to church each Sunday. The pantry provides bagged food and a hot meal on Fridays for approximately 75-100 individuals. They need a variety of non-perishable items such as canned meats, vegetables, fruits & soups; dried beans, rice, peanut butter, breakfast cereals, oatmeal, grits, crackers, applesauce & snack items. They can also use hygiene items - toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, soap, etc. They have a small clothing room that accepts items of clothing that are in season and in good condition. Your support of this local mission is needed and very much appreciated.
WOW! There is a buzz in the air around Hinshaw Church these days. With the sanctuary renovation almost complete, the body of Christ re-gathering after the summer hiatus, and the beginning of Fall programming, the energy level is explosive. These are great days to be part of the family and ministry team of Hinshaw United Methodist Church. Jean and I are “stoked” – we are excited beyond measure. The possibilities for bringing the love of God in Christ to our neighborhood, the opportunities for immersing ourselves in the depth of God’s heart through study and worship are numerous and growing. What God is doing in and through Hinshaw Church can, if we are not careful to keep things in proper perspective, cause us to “burn out” in our well doing.
Jean and I were talking just this week about the wonderful opportunities to be in ministry at Hinshaw. As we talked she reminded me of the need to strike a BALANCE in our lives as people of faith; to find the right mixture of worship and service and play … as individuals and as a congregation. These are words of wisdom that I need to be reminded of often.