Join us for worship online on Sunday morning at 9:15 AM.

Join Dr. Bill Garlington to learn about the variety of culture and practices of the various religions. Click on the image above for more information and to register for the class.

The deadline for the next round of scholarship from Endowment is due on January 15th. Click here for the application and instructions about the scholarship.

Recordings of our Christmas Eve worship services are now available online. The first service was live-streamed from our Drive-In worship service at 4:30 PM, led by our youth in retelling the story of the Nativity. The second service is our traditional candlelight service at 7:30 PM. May you be blessed as we celebrate the birth of Jesus, the light that shines through our darkness.

We believe that Jesus’ invitation to “Come, follow me” is offered to all. Everyone and anyone who wants to follow on the path of grace, compassion and justice is welcome at CUMC, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, faith tradition, race, ethnicity, physical limitations, or economic status; all means all.

A Reconciling Ministries Church

Open Hearts

Every week we gather in dynamic, creative worship featuring inspiring music from multiple choirs and guest musicians, plus sound teaching and preaching focused on living faithfully in the real world.

In worship, we “fall in love with God.”

Open Minds

In small group studies and classes (including on-line and off-site) and special events, we nurture discipleship for all ages, seeking to better understand and practice the ‘Wesleyan way’ of the Christian story.

In discipleship, we “stay in love with God.”

Open Doors

Welcoming people into the community of faith, we connect and support one another in fellowship through Family ministries, the Youth Fellowship group, and adult groups such as Mingles and Tri-Ms.

In fellowship, we “share the love of God.”

Open Hands

Worship, fellowship, and discipleship work together to send us into mission locally and globally to ‘transform the world.’ Mission means direct hands-on work through Sierra Service Project and similar missions trips, advocacy for justice issues, and developing resources to share through the U.M. connection to meet needs around the world.

In mission, we “make God’s love real in the world.”