Centreville United Methodist Church is a welcoming community of faith where everyone can find hope, help and home.
CUMC’s vision is to love and serve God, to provide an accepting home for anyone who hurts, and to empower each believer to fulfill God’s purpose. Each Sunday morning, a variety of services are available offering the opportunity to gather to worship God and celebrate faith. During the week, a variety of small groups, classes, rehearsals, meetings, Bible studies and prayer groups meet. Centreville UMC is also a gathering place for community groups of people who are searching for knowledge and fellowship, need support, or who wish to share their gifts with those less fortunate.
Worship services are on Sundays at 8:15, 9:30, 11:00, and 11:02 AM. Nurseries for the youngest in our church family are available. During the 8:15 service the nursery is available through age 4. At the 9:30 and 11:00 hour nurseries are available for pre-walkers (crib nursery) and toddlers (12-24 months). During the 9:30 and 11 AM services, Sunday school classes are available for children and adults. Youth Sunday School is available at 9:30 for both middle and high schoolers. There are abbreviated children’s Sunday School class offerings during the summer months. Please check the Summer Sunday School schedule on the children’s ministries tab.
Parking is plentiful at the church. All are welcome! If you have questions, please stop by the Welcome Table located just inside the front doors of the church Narthex. On Sunday mornings there are several friendly greeters waiting to welcome you and answer your questions.
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The Old Men’s Group (OMG) invites all men to a special “Service” focused meeting on Wednesday, March 4. Representatives from the Centreville Labor Resource Center and the Shepherd’s Center of Western Fairfax County will be there to speak to the group about their programs and about opportunities to serve. The
Lenten Noon Concerts: Wednesdays in Lent, March 4, 11, 18, & 25, the Music Ministry will offer noon recitals. They will be 25 -30 minutes in length during which listeners are free to come and go as they please. Music for piano, organ, and voice will be presented by Laura
Handbell Dessert Concert is March 8: The concert will feature music for handbells alone as well as music for bells with other instruments including piano, harp, guitar, and percussion. If you’re a fan of the movie Frozen, you will want to hear Jubilation’s rendition of the movie favorite, “Let It