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“Your kingdom come. Your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.”

– Jesus praying in Matthew 6:10

Citizenship Class

Citizenship Classes Classes resume on Saturday, February 19, 2022 from 10am – 12pm.  There are many citizenship classes in the DC-MD-VA area.  Some are paid, some are free, some are weekdays, some weekend, some daytime and some at night. We feel that ours is a little different because of the individual attention given to the students.  Church and community members serve as mentors for students so that each person gets individual attention in reading and learning the material included in…

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…

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- What are Reconciling Ministries?

Care Bags

CCUMC CaresWe provide small “Care” bags for members to hand out to homeless they pass as they travel throughout the area. The zip-lock baggies are filled with small bottles of water, cereal bars, applesauce and other snacks plus a card listing support agencies in the area. The contents are contributed by church members and the mission committee and the bags are filled by groups of volunteers.

Partnerships

The Missions and Social Concerns Committee coordinates the church’s efforts to extend the love of Christ to the communities in which we live (local, regional and global). The following are specific programs: Rise Against Hunger RAH is a missional Meal Packaging Experience with Bethesda UMC, Chevy Chase UMC, and St. Mark Presbyterian Church, in the movement to end hunger. The next event is on May 21, 2022 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM at St. Mark Presbyterian Church: 10701 Old Georgetown…