23 December 2016 Galatians 3:7-9 New International Version (NIV) 7 Understand, then, that those who have faith are children of Abraham. 8 Scripture foresaw that God would justify the Gentiles by faith, and announced the gospel in advance to Abraham: “All nations will be blessed through you.” 9 So those who rely on faith are […]
21 December 2016 Matthew 1:17 There are 14 generations from Abraham to King David, 14 generations from David to the exile, and 14 generations from the exile to Christ. Think back to the rainbow which appeared as a sign of God’s promise to Noah and remember the orderly color arrangement it presents: red, orange, yellow, […]
17 December 2016 Psalm 80: 3-7 This is a tough one. This psalm begins by calling God our Shepherd, and asks for rescue from trouble. No problem there. It acknowledges that only through God’s favor and mercy will we be saved. No problem there. Where I begin to struggle is with verses four and five […]
This six session study combines a Wesleyan understanding of our growth in God’s love and grace with the time-tested practices of spiritual discipline expressed in the membership vows to uphold the church with our prayers, presence, gifts, service, and witness. Participants will develop spiritual practices, discover their unique gifts, and become engaged in ministry that […]
The groups will begin their walks at Jason’s Corner (135 Canal St.). The group will meet for a short devotion, walk for 30 minutes, and gather for a closing discussion (60 minutes total). The same topics will be discussed on Mondays and Thursdays, but participants are welcome to come to both sessions as we deepen […]
Every 4th Monday of the month, from 6:30-8 p.m., in our Fellowship Hall, CCUMC will host a support group for families and friends dealing with mental illness. It’s a loving, supportive and confidential meeting place, where family and friends can share and hear how faith, sharing our stories, and reliance on a Higher Power can […]
5:00 Dinner – Fellowship Hall
Reservations are needed. Shrove Tuesday (or Mardi Gras) occurs the first Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. It officially ends the season of Epiphany and is the vigil for the starting of Lent.
Service with Communion, 6:30 p.m. Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent and derives its name from the practice of blessing ashes and placing them on the foreheads of participants. Ash Wednesday emphasizes two themes: our sinfulness before God and our human mortality. The service focuses on both themes, helping us to realize that […]
This one-hour-long yoga class is a safe and gently way to open the body and release tension. While moving through each posture with a balance of strength and relaxation, we bring awareness to our bodies and take our minds to a place of stillness and peace. Whether you have specific physical or emotional challenges or […]
Thursdays, 6:30 a.m. The groups will begin their walks at Beachie Beans (411 Flagler Avenue). The group will meet for a short devotion, walk for 30 minutes, and gather for a closing discussion (60 minutes total). The same topics will be discussed on Mondays and Thursdays, but participants are welcome to come to both sessions […]
The first Sunday of every month, we collect donations for Halifax Urban Ministries. Your donations are gratefully accepted.
F.A.I.T.H. Rally at Catholic Church of the Epiphany, Port Orange. Come learn about the ways we can make a difference.
Show & Lunch – 1pm Show & Dinner – 6:30pm Tickets on Sale, January 30th, 10am – CoMeth Boutique