CCUMC is Currently meeting IN PERSON AND online for Worship
We are now meeting in our Sanctuary at 10am on Sundays. We ask that everyone but the service participants wear a mask and our seating is arranged with social distancing in mind.
You may also visit our archive of recorded worship services.
Our Re-Entering Well Team and church leadership is continually working
on our plan for in-person activities.
Blended Worship on Sundays at 10 am
Our worship service, held in the Sanctuary, blends traditional liturgies with creative worship elements including our sanctuary choir, Praise Band, organ, instrumental ensembles, scripture and a sermon.
Worship in the FALL (Memorial day – labor day weekends)
Sundays at 10:00 a.m. from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. One combined service in the Sanctuary with a collaborative music ministry. Worship will continue at 10:00 into the Fall until further notice.
Opportunities for Children and youth during Worship on Sunday
Children and youth acolyte each week in the traditional service. They wear robes, lead the choir in and light candles on the altar. To sign up, click here.
Watch for more updated news about programs for children and youth.
Children’s Ministry: Learning and Service
The Christian Education department will offer a new program called Children’s Fellowship during worship each Sunday in person downstairs in the Friendship Room. This invites children (Pre-k through 5th grade) to come to a safe place, where they can fellowship with others, learn about God, and grow in their faith.
Serve in worship
Members of the Altar Guild prepare the altar in the Sanctuary for worship services by caring for and placing the linens, polishing brass and cleaning candelabra.
Choirs & Music Groups
The Sanctuary Choir is our primary vocal chorus and they provide musical leadership at the 11:00 Traditional Worship service, in addition to music offered on organ and piano.
The main responsibility of the Communion Stewards is to prepare and remove the elements (bread & juice) that are used for Communion.
Flowers for all worship services are purchased and arranged by members of the Flower Guild. Members also do arrangements for weddings, funerals and special events for a reasonable charge. Anyone who is interested can join – no experience necessary. Contact: Lisa Mitchell or Mary Alice Gray.
Lay readers are volunteers who are trained to assist in worship by reading scripture and liturgy.
A team of ushers and greeters at each service welcomes worshippers on Sunday, assists anyone needing directions or physical assistance and collects the offering. They distribute small red gift bags with literature about the church to first-time visitors.
Both services need people to monitor the sound board and work the cameras used during the service. Contact the church office (email@example.com) if interested.
Nursery Care is not available at this time.
Nursery care is normally for infants through age 2 by experienced childcare workers. Available all morning in Room 212.