Lent Mid-Week Services
March 13 | 6PM Remembering Your Baptism: the first of our lenten mid-week services. The ancient practice of baptism brings us into the church as renewed and redeemed children of God. This service will offer us the opportunity to recommit our lives to Christ as we remember we are baptized and give thanks.Read More..
Study “A World Worth Saving” begins March 6
Each year, Christ United offers a Lenten study following the Lenten services on Wednesday nights. This year, Sarah-Michelle Laddusaw will facilitate a discussion based on George Donigian’s “A World Worth Saving: Lenten Spiritual Practices for Action.” Read what the publisher has to say about the book: “For anyone who dismisses Lent as a seemingly endless […]Read More..
Study on Adam Hamilton’s “Simon Peter” Begins March 10
Beginning Sunday, March 10, at 11am, Laura Hudec will lead us in a study of Adam Hamilton’s new book, ‘Simon Peter: Flawed but Faithful Disciple.’ The publisher has this to say about the study and the book: “Simon Peter—an ordinary fisherman who heard an extraordinary call. He left everything to follow his teacher and possessed […]Read More..
The Enneagram Journey 2019
The Enneagram is “a powerful ancient tool for learning more about your motivations, increasing awareness of the workings of your personality, and discovering ways to enhance balance and wholeness in your life.” The Enneagram is not just another personality test, it’s a whole new way of looking at your relationships and yourself. We will […]Read More..
Monday Morning Women’s Group to study Embodied Light
The Monday Morning Women’s Bible Study will begin a study of Melissa Tidwell’s Embodied Light: Advent Reflections on the Incarnation starting November 5 at 9:45 am. The group meets in room N255 each Monday, and will not meet the week of Thanksgiving. From the Amazon summary of the study: “Why do we celebrate Christmas? Why […]Read More..
Thanksgiving Volunteer Opportunities
Each November Christ United Methodist Church hosts two events addressing hunger in our community. Volunteers are needed to make these happen. Both offer opportunities for families to get involved and volunteer together. Various dates/times are available! Fall Food Drive | Starting Nov 4: Volunteers are needed to collect canned and other nonperishable items for local food […]Read More..
Searching for Sunday – Begins Oct 23
The Tuesday Night Women’s Bible Study will begin a discussion of the book, “Searching for Sunday,” on Oct 23. The group meets in room N154 on Tuesday Nights, from 6:30 – 8pm. “Searching for Sunday,” Rachel Held Evans’ memoir published in 2015, shares questions about the importance of church. From Amazon’s review and book summary: […]Read More..
Invitation to the New Testament begins Oct 14
Are you new to the bible? Maybe doubt that you know ‘enough’ to join a bible study on a regular basis? This class might be for you! The United Methodist Church has long advocated the DISCIPLES programming. While the program itself is rewarding, the time commitment is simply too much for some people. That’s where […]Read More..
Trick or Treats from the Book of Revelation Study
Starting Oct 9 | Tuesdays | 10 – 11:30 AM | N156 Retired UMC Pastor Jim Spencer will lead a newly created class about Revelation, titled “Trick or Treats from the Book of Revelation.” The lessons will be based, in part, on the book “Breaking the Code,” by Bruce Metzger. Participants are encouraged to purchase […]Read More..