May 30 & June 2 | Online
Join in online for Coffee with the Pastors to chat, ask questions and say hello.More Information
Wednesdays at 7:00 pm | Online
Simon Peter, by Adam Hamilton. This 6-week book/DVD study covers the life of Simon Peter, who was an ordinary fisherman transformed into a follower of Jesus.More Information
Thursdays at 7:15 pm | Online
Join us as we study the Gospel of John through the lens of these seven sayings, exploring together the question at the core of the Christian faith, Who do you say I am?More Information
That You May Believe | The Gospel of John is a 21 week bible study and sermon series to connect you wth God.More Information
Given the high demand for protective masks during this time, CUMC is calling all interested sewing enthusiasts to help.Learn How
Opportunities for connection for Middle School and High School Students.See all opportunities
Virtual Sunday School and online group activities of elementary aged children and families.See all opportunities
Information and instructions on how to connect using online tools.More Information
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We are in the throws of the COVID-19 virus which is affecting our lives directly. Indications are we will be continuing this for longer than first expected. We will keep the church building closed through May. To suggest what happens after that would only be guessing. But I do know the church will continue to serve, worship and continue to connect people to people and People to God.
Throughout the week, please participate in the daily devotionals. They can be accessed on the church website as well as Facebook Monday through Friday @ 12:30PM. Recordings are available on the website if you are unable to make the live broadcast. The response has far exceeded any of our expectations. To God be the Glory!!.
Please continue to support the church by receiving our messages, serving others and praying for the staff and congregation. Please continue live in gratitude and give generously so we can remain strong in our ability to serve in these critical days. Refer to the 'Give' page on this website to discover how you can help us in this work.
Everything seems different, but the church continues to worship, teach, serve and thrive. When the world seems at its worst, the church is always at its best. May you and those you love, remain healthy, safe, and know the peace of Christ.