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Friday, 15 January 2010

Be Our Guest!

Come and worship with us, Sundays at 10:30 AM. Park in the lot out front, enter through the double doors, and the sanctuary is straight ahead. If you need nursery care for small children talk to one of the ushers by the doors of the sanctuary. Also, if you have hearing or vision trouble and need a large-print hymnal or a copy of the sermon for the day to read along, the ushers have those as well. Worship generally lasts an hour to an hour and a half, and we celebrate communion on first and third Sundays, as well as other special times. We also have Adult Sunday school at 9:30 each Sunday, and children’s church during the sermon for all children.

What to Expect

Our worship is a blend of ancient liturgy and modern messages and we use music from all ages of the church. Our beautiful sanctuary ties together the ancient and the modern as well. We want you to come as you are: some folks wear dresses and suits, some wear jeans and t-shirts. (Shoes are optional!) Wear what makes you comfortable, because we’re just glad to see you. Speaking of being glad to see each other, be warned that when we “pass the peace” it takes us a few minutes. We’re just that glad to be together and worship God.

Get Involved!

If you’d like more information, our weekly office hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:30 – 12:30. The pastor’s office hours are Wednesday and Thursday 9-12. Stop by and see us! Regular updates are posted on the front page of our website. Also you can follow us on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/cedargroveumccedargrove Or take a look at some of the things we as a church are involved with, below.

Things We Do at Cedar Grove UMC

1. Worship together: Every Sunday at 10:30 and:

  • Communion every 1st and 3rd Sunday, more often during special seasons
  • An annual Moravian Love Feast in December
  • Community Candlelight Christmas Eve service on December 24th
  • Ash Wednesday service with imposition of ashes
  • Holy Week services leading up to Easter Sunday, including:
  • Good Friday services at Anathoth Garden
  • Community Easter Sunrise service (2018 will be at CGUMC)
  • Community Thanksgiving service at Eno Presbyterian Church (Sunday evening before Thanksgiving)
  • 5th Sunday Hymn Sing services

2. Learn Together:

  • Adult Sunday School, each Sunday morning at 9:30
  • Various Bible studies during the year
  • Confirmation classes for youth (8-12 weeks as needed)
  • Choir practice every Wednesday evening during the school year
  • Summer Vacation Bible School for children
  • Children’s church programs during worship
  • Internship programs (through Duke Divinity School)
  • Weekly Guide to Prayer and Study (GPS) in bulletin and email

3. Fellowship together:

  • Visit and care for community members
  • Ham and Egg Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt (Saturday before Easter)
  • Harvest Festival Meal and Auction (Second Saturday in November, at Ruritans Club)
  • Youth fellowship events
  • United Methodist Women’s meetings (Weds. nights at 7, once per month)
  • Men’s Prayer Breakfast (7 AM, 2nd Sunday of the month)

4. Serve together:

  • Relay for Life (spring, concluding in May)
  • Orange Congregations in Mission (OCIM)
  • Anathoth Garden work days (9-1 on Saturdays during growing season)
  • Mission trip to Operation Christmas Child (OCC) packaging in December
  • All-year-long collections for OCC boxes
  • Rise Against Hunger meal packaging – first Sunday in Lent
  • Back to School Supply Give Away (August)
  • Food Drives (through Orange Congregations in Mission)
  • Children in Poverty distribution through school system
  • Host Tarwheels cycling group rest stop
  • Meal preparation for the UNC Wesley Foundation
  • And many other opportunities as they arise

Last Updated ( Saturday, 26 August 2017 )
 
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