About Hoschton UMC
Hoschton UMC has a long history of serving the Hoschton Community.  
Located in the Piedmont region of Georgia just 30 miles northeast of Atlanta, you will find Hoschton United Methodist Church, a beautiful, quaint church with gorgeous stained glass windows.  

Hoschton UMC is filled with a warm, loving congregation.  The people here love to help those in need in our community and beyond.  We may be a smaller congregation, but the hearts here are huge.  No matter your age or need, the people of Hoschton UMC will welcome you with open arms.  

On Sunday mornings, you will find two Sunday School classes at 10:00, one for adults and one for youth.  Our modified traditional service is at 11:00.  We use modern technology and a mix of classic hymns and modern praise songs.  On Wednesday nights, we have fellowship supper at 6:15 where the members of the church gather in the Fellowship Hall.  Following supper, we split up into the adult Bible study which stays in the Fellowship Hall and the youth group which moves to their Sunday School room.

We have many different mission projects that go on throughout the year.  Every year we hold a school supply drive for local classrooms as well as our Christmas Angel Tree where we help those in need have a good Christmas.  We also frequently donate to UMCOR, a nonprofit emergency relief organization, and Murphy-Harpst, a nonprofit organization supporting children in need.  The youth group has donated to other organizations as well, including the Jackson County Humane Society.

Hoschton UMC has a rich history.  The church was organized in 1884.  They then moved into their current building in 1905.  At one time they were on the Hoschton Circuit, a 6-point charge in the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church.  As they grew, they became independent from the circuit.  Over the years, the Fellowship Hall, parsonage, and Sunday School rooms were added, but the beautiful sanctuary has remained as our place of worship.