all are welcome
At Normal Heights United Church, all are actively welcomed and valued at worship, meals, spaces, events and especially in our sacred celebrations including communion, baptism and marriage. The fullness of our community is open to all ages, races, ethnicities, political affiliations, gender identities, sexual orientations, socioeconomic status, faith histories, marital status and mental or physical abilities. We welcome all to come as they are to participate, lead, love, be loved, challenge, edify, push, question, and belong.
who we are
Here at NHUnited, we are a community defined as…
Christian. Methodist. Progressive. Questioning.
Curious, Joyful, Diverse.
Biblical Lovers of Justice & Seekers of Truth.
what we do
Here at NHUnited, we gather in the name of Jesus to…
Worship together. Sing together. Have fun together. Laugh together. Eat & drink together. Study & learn together. Work toward justice together. Empower our community together.
what we believe
God’s abundant grace is eternal for everyone. Community is foundational. Social justice is integral to a life of faith. LGBTQ+ people are beloved and sacred. Black Lives Matter. You can’t love God without loving others. Climate change is real. Faith and doubt are not incompatible.
who you might be
Longing for community? Curious about exploring your faith? Questioning your religious upbringing? Looking for a place that welcomes and values all? A former Christian or “ex-vangelical”? A pet lover? A neighbor in the Normal Heights community?
If so, Normal Heights United may be the place for you!
As of January 23, 2022, NHUnited is back to hybrid worship on Sunday mornings! This means folks can join us in-person in the NHUnited Sanctuary, or worship virtually with us online via Zoom! Our Sacred Ordinary worship service begins at 10:42am every Sunday.
If you’d like to join us online, you can get access to our Sunday Worship Zoom link each week by subscribing to our weekly email in the footer of this website below!
4650 Mansfield Street
San Diego, California 92116
Service on Sundays
10:42am - noon
We, at NHUnited Church, recognize that the land our building occupies is unceded Kumeyaay land. The Kumeyaay, also known as Diegueño in Spanish, have lived on the land for over 10,000 years, in the mountains, valleys, and coastal regions. We commit ourselves to caring for this land and its inhabitants in honor of the Kumeyaay people, and always in a spirit of stewardship, openness, and care of land and neighbor.