Embracing the Uncertain

Lenten Sermon and Study Series, beginning March 1 Just turning on the news lets us know we are living in uncertain times. Economic instabilities, eruptions of violence, and natural catastrophes can alter the lives and landscapes of entire communities. Our individual lives are often just as unsteady: relationships can break,

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S.H.I.F.T.

Life changes. There is no way to avoid that fact. Some times in life are easier and some will present more challenges. Some level of stress in our lives is healthy, but it can quickly cascade out of control. The question is, how do we handle those changes when they

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Simple Faith of Mr. Rogers

Our November sermon series will be “Won’t You Be My Neighbor.”  Join us for a deeper dive into the topic, as we study the book, The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers:  Spiritual Insights From the World’s Most Beloved Neighbor, by Amy Hollingsworth.  Using puppets instead of a pulpit, this icon

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Church Unbound

When you think back over your life, have you ever paused to consider where God was present? In your highest moments, the lowest valleys, and all the mundane moments between, what difference has God made in your life? When we talk about being a church unbound for ministry, we are

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3rd Grade Bibles

Third Grade Bibles Every year, CUMC is pleased to present each third grader with his or her own Bible – a gift to foster a lifetime pattern of study and devotion. On Sunday, October 20, at all worship services, CUMC will present Bibles to this year’s third graders. Families with

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Women’s Fall Retreat

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 Join us for a one day women’s retreat at the beautiful Meadowkirk Retreat Center in Middleburg, VA. This year we will be talking about living a life of worship amidst the stress of every day. The day will include time for individual reflection and rest,

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DNA: Discovering New Atmospheres

The Next Level Innovations (NLI) that were recently passed will guide the work of our congregation into the future God has planned for us. We will embark on both an inward and an outward work, a work of the soul and of service. We recently offered a five-week class titled,

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