"Go into the world and share the light of Jesus Christ with Worship, Study, Service, and Spiritual Growth"

Grow Spiritually, Connect Meaningfully and Serve Joyfully

Welcome to Hudson United Methodist Church

Since 1964, Hudson UMC has become a spiritual home for people seeking to grow in Christ’s love. We are located at the corner of Hudson-Aurora and Stow roads.

Click the image below to view our live stream Sunday services on our YouTube channel.

Sunday Worship Schedule

Please join us for Sunday worship and feel free to invite a friend, neighbor, colleague, or family member!

  • 9:30-10:30 am Worship Service – In-person and live-streamed (see above).
  • 10:30 am Fellowship Time
  • 10:45 am Sunday School

Holy Communion is typically celebrated on the first Sunday of each month and everyone is welcome to participate.

Children in Worship – Our service includes a children’s sermon for kids from ages 4 years old through 3rd Grade. You’ll also find children’s worship bulletins and “activity bags” (for ages 3-8) hanging on the tree just outside the sanctuary door.

Child Care – Child care is available for infants through 3-year-olds during Worship. Child care is also offered during the Sunday School hour for infants through 2-year-olds. Each child will need to be signed in and signed out by a parent or guardian.

Hudson UMC Worship Services are on Hudson Community TV. Broadcasts of the prior week’s service will be aired from 8:30-9:30 am on Spectrum TV channel 1021. Channel content can also be streamed at hudsoncommunity.tv

BIBLE STUDY TOGETHER: HUMC Online Bible-Reading Group

This is a group committed to reading the Bible together in TWO YEARS following a chronological, cross-reference Bible reading plan.

Readings, study questions, supplementary videos, AND access to our HUMC Fellowship Group comment board are accessible through the free Bible Study Together app. Daily readings are completed at your leisure, but as a group, we’ll be reading and commenting on the same Scripture passages on the same days.

It’s a built-in accountability and support group for helping each other to digest and discern God’s Word together!

Click Here to Join


Beginning Sunday, June 2 (for adults and youth)

10:45 am, Christian Activities Center (CAC)

A discussion of Scriptures that inspired THE CHOSEN, Season Two

Led by Chris Bolinger

Participants are invited to tune in to weekly episodes of The Chosen Season Two at home, and then join in on Sunday for a related Bible study and discussion.  


SAVE THE DATE for an HUMC bike ride! Saturday, June 22 at 10 am, Oak Grove Park, Hudson. We’ll meet in two groups at the Giant Eagle parking lot on Norton Road for bike rides of either 5 or 15 miles, followed by a picnic. Bring picnic food and join us for exercise and fellowship. Contact Bob Kinsey for more information or to RSVP.

This is a great way to meet new people at church and to get to know your church family better. We’re organizing groups of 8 people to meet for dinner and fellowship. If you’re interested in hosting a Dinner for Eight in your home, please email Amy Pendergrass. Watch upcoming emails for sign-up opportunities to attend.

Appalachia Service Project (ASP) is an adult and youth mission project that aims to make homes warmer, safer, and drier for those in need. 2024 is Hudson United Methodist Church’s 50th year of service volunteering at ASP! Youth and adults will be serving in Kentucky from Sunday, June 9th through Saturday, June 15th, 2024. We would love to have you join us on this experience. Prior construction knowledge is not required. If you would like additional information, are looking for ways to support the trip, or would like to volunteer please contact Bill Centrello.

SAVE THE DATE – HUMC Celebrates its 60th Anniversary on Saturday, September 14
HUMC invites the community and congregation to its 60th Anniversary celebration from 4:00 to 6:00 pm, for a fun evening featuring The Jazz Society Big Band.

Bring a picnic blanket or a chair and enjoy live music, food, activities for kids, and time with friends and family. The Jazz Society Big Band is a 19-piece ensemble consisting of current and retired music educators and community professionals based in Northeast Ohio including our own beloved Director of Music at HUMC, Sandy Simpson. The band performs from a vast repertoire of music in the tradition of the great Big Bands like Buddy Rich, Count Basie, Frank Sinatra, Michael Buble, Maynard Ferguson, and Duke Ellington, as well as jazz ensemble arrangements of modern pop music by artists such as Bruno Mars and Pharrell Williams.

Feed My Sheep is a church-based hot lunch program on Fridays from 11:30a to 12:30p at Redeemer UMC (265 Cuyahoga Falls Ave.) in Akron’s North Hill neighborhood. A clothing room with household items is open on Fridays.

Once a month HUMC offers a choice of socks, briefs or T-shirt, a toiletry item(s) and travel-size toiletries. HUMC also supplies toilet paper, and a roll is offered everyweek with 130+ carry-out lunches. Blue collection bins are located in the narthex closet, near the hand bell cabinet.

Hudson UMC supports the Hudson Food Pantry by supplying paper towels every month for 35+ families. Staple food items requested at this time: Canned chicken, canned fruit, canned pasta (pasta sauce, rice sides, SpaghettiOs, Chef Boyardee, shampoo, and conditioner. Donations may be dropped off at the church in the gathering area. Distributions May 20.

Food Pantry Collections – 200 cans of Tuna each month. Please put your donations into the wood box near the kitchen door.

Lunches Grab & Go Lunch provides fresh, healthy meals to the community. HUMC makes 50 sack lunches and drops them off at OPEN M. 

May 20, June 17, July 22, August 19, September 23, October 28

Mountain of Food – A Direct Distribution program of the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank hosted by OPEN M. HUMC helps by filling orders and loading groceries into cars but there are non-lifting jobs as well. We usually leave around 7:45 am and return around 11:30.

May 17, June 21, July 19, August 16, September 20

The June edition of the church newsletter is now available online.

We are serving the week of June 9 – 15, 2024. Please consider making a financial donation to support our teams this year.

Here is some insight into the levels of expenses we must cover, however, any gift is greatly appreciated:

  • A gift of comfort: $75 treats the team to well-deserved snacks or ice cream
  • A gift of hope: $100 covers one-way gasoline expenses to Kentucky
  • A gift of warmth: $250 helps defray participation expenses for a single volunteer
  • A gift of love: $500 helps defray the cost of team supplies for the week
  • A gift of compassion: $1,500 pays for the rental cost of one van