Our Worship Services
Worship is the heart of Christ United Methodist Church. We worship and glorify God with three styles of worship every week. Visit our Online Campus at www.cumc.online to watch any of the services live or listen to previous sermons.
Sanctuary Worship (Traditional/Blended)
Traditional Worship meets at 8:45, 9:45, and 11:00 a.m. each Sunday morning in the Sanctuary with Rev. Don Underwood or Rev. Denise Peckham. Music for these services is provided by the Living Proof Youth Choir at 8:45 a.m. and the Sanctuary Choir at 9:45 and 11:00 a.m. Children’s choirs sing frequently throughout the year at various services. Musical offerings vary each week from traditional hymns and sacred classical selections to gospel and contemporary songs. On selected Sundays, this service is led by a full orchestra, jazz ensemble, hand bells and/or various other groups of instrumentalists, as well as piano and organ.
CUMC Princeton meets at 10:15 am on Sunday morning at our Worship space at 310 Main Street, Princeton, TX 75407.
The service is led by Rev. Cathy Partridge. This is a contemporary service, so feel free to dress casually. A typical Sunday will include worship songs, a pastoral prayer, and a sermon. Most of the songs are contemporary songs, but we often include the words of hymns in modern arrangements. While we are a modern worship service, we incorporate elements of our faith tradition into the service and therefore the service changes a little from week to week. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Holiday Worship Schedule
Special worship services are planned throughout the year including Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Confirmation, All Saints Observance, Advent and Lenten weekly services, Christmas Eve, Easter Sunrise and other commemorative occasions. These services will be announced on this website, in the weekly Snapshot and in worship.
What else happens on Sunday morning?
Sunday school is offered for children, youth, and adults. Please visit the pages below for more information: