Where is Hay Street UMC located?
You can find us at the center of the the beautiful, up and coming Historic Fayetteville. Here, you will find us in the midst of local shops, good eats, and the heritage of our city.
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Where to park?
Parking on Sundays in Historic Downtown Fayetteville is free of charge so if you feel like getting breakfast at a local spot, you will have an easy walk to us. Behind the church we are connected to the Cumberland Public Library . Please feel free to use this lot on Sundays as well.
Is Hay Street UMC Handicap Accessible?
Yes! We meet ADA requirements with a ground floor front entrance (located at the Old Street side of the church with access under the valet canopy), a ramp leading you to the sanctuary, and an elevated to easily get you to the second and third floors.
we know you are curious: What Do I Wear?!?
If you take a moment to check out the our Worship Services page, you will find that we have two radically different services available on Sunday. While there is no mandatory dress code, you will often find the praise service at 8:50 am to be much more informal with attendees wearing jeans and a polo or nice blouse. At the tradition 11:00 am service, attendees will be found in more formal attire such as slacks and collared shirts or dresses.
Most Importantly, Who is Actually Welcome?
At Hay Street UMC, we welcome all who desire to have Christ Jesus in their heart, those who may be struggling with their faith, and those who are testing the waters of the United Methodist Church or Christianity for the first time! We are a church family to those who have lived in Fayetteville all of their life, to those who have been assigned temporarily to Fort Bragg, and to those who may be even living without a home. In other words, ALL are welcome!
As United Methodist, we have an open table and invite all to join us to share Holy Communion (weekly during the 8:50am worship and the first Sunday of every month at the 11:00am worship). Jesus invites to his table here at Hay Street UMC “all who love him, who earnestly repent of their sin, and seek to live in peace with one another.”