Citizenship Class

Citizenship Classes Growing out of a wish to increase diversity in our congregation, in February 2012 we began a series of citizenship classes to prepare immigrants to pass the test required to become an American citizen.  With the leadership of volunteer teachers and mentors, the classes continue in series of 10 classes each on Saturday mornings at 10 am. The next session will starts on Saturday, May 25 at 10 am in the Rainbow room. 

Kids with Purpose

Feeding the hungry in our community and supporting our church’s ministry is just one example of the goals of our Kids with Purpose program.  This important mission element of the children’s Sunday School curriculum takes place on the third Sunday of each month when boys and girls gather together for age-appropriate service projects to provide them with the opportunity to have meaningful and formative experiences with mission and outreach.  We are so excited to be able to engage the children…

United Methodist Women

Women of all ages of CCUMC enjoy fellowship while learning and working together. Many meet in small groups monthly for fellowship, to work on a project, or study a specific topic like climate change or Israeli- Palestinians relations. UMC programs are mission-oriented.  Quarterly Programs All women are invited to programs held every quarter, often on Saturdays. Recent topic have included human trafficking, our mission in Nicaragua, hunger issues, and spiritually.  Small Group Meetings There are two small groups within the…

Inclusive & Reconciling Ministry

At Chevy Chase UMC, we believe we are all children of God and seek to include all people in the life of the church without exclusion. After a formal process of discernment, learning and discussion, in October 2016 the church body voted overwhelmingly to become a Reconciling congregation and updated our Welcoming Statement to read- At Chevy Chase United Methodist Church we seek to share God’s message of grace with all people. And we believe that Jesus Christ calls us…