Zion's Hill United Methodist Church in Wilton, Connecticut; a Joyful Community
Zion's Hill United Methodist Church
Monday, June 26, 2017
A Joyful Community.

From Your Pastor

 

 

Welcome to Zion's Hill United Methodist Church. We're so glad that you're browsing through our web site.

Though Zion's Hill United Methodist Church was not built until 1844, the "church" had been in existence long before that year. Zion's Hill UMC has played an integral role in Wilton's history and continues to do so. Over the years, the church has seen some improvements made to the building, but the characteristic classic, New England clapboard-style is still distinctive in the community.

Holding true to our Wesleyan heritage, Zion's Hill has a strong emphasis on mission. We support our denominational missions as well as local missions. Two fundraisers are held each year with the proceeds donated to mission. We donate to Wilton Social Services, have helped the community support a Syrian refugee family, participate in the creation of Thanksgiving food baskets, collect donations for our local food bank, support the Heifer International Project, and support the United Methodist Red Stocking Appeal that helps provide quality medical care to those without means.

We are an inclusive church who welcomes the chance to welcome you.

Come, worship with us. We may be small in number, but we're big in heart!

Blessings and peace,

 

Rev. Peggy Fabrizio, Pastor