UMW Salad Supper

You do not want to miss Centreville United Methodist Women’s Annual Salad Supper! Virginia’s former First Lady, Dorothy McAuliffe, is the guest speaker and will address issues about hunger, especially childhood hunger. Everyone is asked to bring a salad or dessert to share at the potluck dinner. LOCATION: Fellowship Hall,

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Sneedville Yard Sale

This year's Yard Sale will be Saturday, June 2. Doors will open at 8:00 AM and the sale will end at Noon. Donations will be accepted Tuesday, May 29 - Friday, June 1 from 1:00-4:00 pm and 7:00-9:00 pm. Note, we WILL accept clothing this year.  While clothing will not be

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CDS Panera Fundraiser

CDS Preschool Fundraising Night is May 10, 2018 from 4:00-8:00PM at the Clifton Panera in the Colonnade. Funds raised will be used to purchase new educational resources for the preschool and support the CDS Scholarship Fund. A flyer must be presented for CDS to receive credit. Flyers are available at

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Faces of Immigration

In this course, you'll meet some of the immigrants in our community and hear their stories. Well look at these stories in a Biblical context but we will NOT make any judgments in general NOR make any political explorations of immigration as a policy. There will be a small panel

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Women’s Retreat

“Come and find the quiet center in the crowded life we lead, find the room for hope to enter, find the frame where we are freed: clear the chaos and the clutter, clear our eyes so we can see all the things that really matter, be at peace, and simply

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Miracles of Jesus Study

Women’s Bible Study Tuesdays 12:30-2:00 PM The stories about Jesus raising the dead and calming the storm are astounding. It’s natural to focus on the divine power, but these stories have something else in common: the human desperation that prompted the miracles. In this six-week Bible study, Jessica LaGrone leads

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Race in America

A Time to Speak! Talk on racism makes us uncomfortable.  Yet the church is called to speak the truth in love, and the Christian life is often times anything but comfortable.  There have been stories and graphic scenes of racism in the news in the past 6 months, and we

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Congregational Care Month

Not every day is sunshine and roses. When the storm clouds roll in, the church is present because we represent a God who is always with us! January is Congregational Care Month.  Join us in January to learn about all of the care and support ministries CUMC offers, and how you

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