As Christians, we are called to be in ministry to the world, by sharing Christ in word and deed. This means living in such a way that we share the love and peace of Christ through our time, talents and treasures. Serving Christ is something we do through the church and in our daily lives, as we seek to intentionally bear the light of Christ to all through who we are and what we do.
This year all proceeds from the Alternative Gift Market will support Helping Haitian Angels, and in particular will be used to fund new classroom furniture for the Kay Anj Orphanage School. You can see photos of the types of furniture we hope to provide by scrolling to the bottom of
The Potato Drop will be on October 31, and will operate under strict COVID protocols. At the Potato Drop we will bag and distribute 45,000 lbs of potatoes in partnership with Society of St. Andrew (SOSA). We need volunteers for a variety of functions. The potato drop will be held
Holiday Food Baskets are back! That’s right, with the holidays once again just right around the corner, CUMC will provide Thanksgiving and Christmas Food Baskets to families in need in our community. As part of CUMC’s continuing efforts to “feed the needs” of the community, the goal for 2020 is