Service Times


9:00AM - Education Hour

10:00AM - Worship 

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Are you new to Park Hill UMC? Awesome, we are super glad to have you here. Feel free to take a look around and if you have any questions feel free to give us a shout. We would love to hear from you. 

Who We Are!

Park Hill UMC has a long and rich history of social justice and inclusion. We continue to spread the love of God to all people, no matter what. We would love it for you to join us.

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Office Open: 9:15am-4:00pm

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9:00AM - Education Hour

10:00AM - Worship



Lead Pastor: Rev. Nathan Adams


Associate Pastor: Rev. Angie Kotzmoyer



5209 Montview Blvd

Denver, CO 80207 


Office Open: 9:15am-4:00pm







MLK Weekend at Park Hill UMC:
Sunday Worship at 10:00a.m at Park Hill UMC 
Join us in worship as special guest peacher, the Rev. Peter Matthews, shares from the book of Amos the importance of reconciling race relations. The Rev. Matthews serves as the pastor of historically black McKinley UMC in Dayton, Ohio. He is also the founding Director for the Center for Global Renewal and Mission at United Theological Seminary which works to renew the historic Methodist faith from an international context while developing a pipeline for a new generation of those wanting to work in historic African American congregations.

Pan-Methodist MLK Worship Service
As we remember, celebrate, and continue the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and so many other Civil Rights leaders we’ll be co-hosting us a special Pan-Methodist MLK Worship Service on Sunday, Jan. 19 with Spottswood AME Zion Church. The service will be at 3301 Milwaukee St. in Denver. Exact time is TBD. 

March in the MLK Marade
We’ll be marching as a church in the annual Denver Marade on Monday, Jan. 20 as part of our community’s MLK celebration and work.











The Legacy of Slavery: 9am Adults Ed Hour:

Despite the gains of the civil rights movement and the demise of state-sanctioned segregation, it is clear that issues of economic, civic, and criminal injustice persist today for black Americans.  During the 9:00 am Education Hour on Sundays in January, you are invited to join Chris Werner and Sandy Mason for a discussion on the lingering effects of slavery and the persistence of racism in American society.  We’ll be using materials that include the New York Times 1619 Project, Ta-Nehisi Coates’ powerful 2014 article in Atlantic Magazine on the question of reparations, and Bryan Stephenson’s book Just Mercy.  Please join us!




Social Justice Ministry Fair:

As part of our worship series on social holiness and the social justice areas of our church, we’ll be hosting a Social Justice Ministry Fair on Jan. 26 after worship. At the fair, you can find out more information about many of the social justice initiatives we are involved in as a church and how you might get more involved!


Because Christ calls us to love all people,

we live our faith through

discipleship, diversity, acceptance, social justice and mission.


As an inclusive community of faith, Park Hill United Methodist Church is an open and affirming congregation,

embracing diversity, service, unconditional acceptance, and the care and support of all people in the name of Jesus Christ.

We invite all people to join our congregation in ministry and worship,

including those of every race, ethnicity, language, age, physical or mental ability,

gender identity, sexual orientation, political affiliation, socio-economic class, marital status, and faith history.


Park Hill United Methodist Church and Temple Micah are proud to announce

that we are a Sanctuary Church and will provide sanctuary for our undocumented friends in need.


The Children’s Center at the Park Hill United Methodist Church (PHUMC) is a treasured community institution. Our center strives to provide high quality services to local families in need of preschool and childcare options.  We were established in 1979 by the Park Hill United Methodist Church to fill a growing need in the area for half day, full-day and after school care options. Our non-profit organization was created as an outreach program, with a non-denominational, developmentally appropriate curriculum and philosophy. Children of all religious and cultural backgrounds are welcome. For more than 36 years, the Children’s Center has served young families in our community by  providing options that support the rich tradition of diversity and the values of our neighborhood.

For more information please visit our Children's Center website.



In June of 2014, Temple Micah moved into Park Hill United Methodist Church (PHUMC) and rededicated its Babbs Memorial Chapel as the Temple Micah Mikdash at Babbs Chapel. In addition to sharing a spacious campus, the partnership invites Temple Micah’s Rabbi Adam Morris and PHUMC’s Rev. Nathan Adams and Rev. Angie Kotzmoyer to interact and collaborate. It also opens the door to interfaith opportunities for both congregations.

Since the mid-1950s, Temple Micah has been a pillar in Denver’s Jewish community, a home grown Reform synagogue built by members who were searching for flexibility and creativity in their religious educational and ritual experiences. Today, our intimate congregation of under 200 families is known for its inclusiveness and acceptance of individuals from all walks of life.