UPCOMING EVENTS

Below are our upcoming events and any active event signups.  Check back often as these will change frequently.  

  • Welcome Ministry Training - Saturday, May 5th from 10-Noon

    Welcome - it's how we want all of our visitors to feel.  Reaching out to new faces doesn't come naturally to everyone. The welcoming ministry team has some tips to share, to help you fell more comfortable when greeting newcomers, or anyone who is not familiar to you.  You;ll have a chance to tour our newly renovated building so you're ready to answer questions for our visitors.  Join us at Christ UMC on Saturday, May 5th, from 10am to noon.  Sign up at the kiosk in the lobby.  

  • Children's Musical - Sunday, May 6th at Both services

    On Sunday, May 6th our Children's choirs will be bringing the morning message at both worship services.  This year's Children's music, "Treasure Island", will find the children setting out on an adventure using clues to find the hidden treasure.  Upon arriving at Treasure Island, they meet a pirate, Captain Fisher who will teach them about a treasure that is worth far more than gold!

  • Red Bird Mission Appalachian Craft Fair - May 12th, 9am to 2pm, Sunday before and after Services

    Christ UMC is delighted to host the Red Bird Mission Appalachian Craft Fair.  The items sold at the craft fair are high-quality and hand-crafted by skilled artisans, most of whom have been handed down their skill through multiple generations.  Crafts such as hand carved wood toys, dinnerware and decorations; pottery, jewelry, carved coal figurines, woven items and even furniture!  You will not only be supporting a mission with your purchase, you will be purchasing a quality item you are sure to value!  To learn more about the crafts, please visit www.crafts.rbmission.org/

  • Deborah Circle - Monday, May 14 at 11:30

    The ladies of Deborah Circle will me on Monday, May 14th at 11:30 in Fellowship Hall.  Bring a sandwich or salad for lunch.  Dessert will be provided. They will be joined by Joanne Class, of the Human Service Center who will speak on aging and services offered to seniors.  

  • Friendly Seniors - Wednesday, May 16th

    Friendly Seniors will meet at Zotos Restaurant on #309 (Line-Lexington and County Line Road area) for lunch.  We will then proceed to AARK Animal Refuge for a tour of their facilities.  Directions to AARK from Zotos will be provided at lunch time.  We are collecting the following items for AARK: towels, paper towels, laundry detergent, sponges, gloves, simple green and newspapers.  Please come out and join us for a delightful lunch and tour of a wonderful refuge that treats nad cares for wild animals and birds.  Contact Jean Davis with questions.  

  • Caregivers' Coffee Hour - May 17th at 2pm in the Lounge at Christ UMC

    Are you providing care for a family member or friend?  Would you like to chat with other caregivers?  It's helpful at times to share experiences with people in situations similar to our own.  Join us on Thursday, May 17th at 2pm in the lounge at Christ UMC.  If there's someone in your life that could benefit from this time, please extend an invitation.  This event is sponsored by your Care Ministers.  Please sign up in the lobby.  If you are interested, but can't make this date and time please contact Marge Kramer, Director of Congregational Care.  

  • Care Minister workshop on Brain Health - May 21st at 7pm

    Your care ministers are hosting at event for "Overview of Brain Health: How to Keep Our Brains Fit as We Age".  Thsi will be presented by our friends at Living Branches (representing Dock Woods, Dock Meadows and Sounderton Mennonite Home).  Invite a friend, family member or coworker to join us.  Sign up at the kiosk in the lobby!

  • Church Conference for the Election of Leaders - May 22 at 7pm

    District Superintendent Tracy Bass has authorized a special church conference for hte purpose of receiving the report of the Committee on Nomination on Tuesday, May 22nd at 7:00pm in the rear of the sanctuary.  Pastor Sue Ketterer, from Bethel Hill UMC, will be presiding.  All members have voice and vote at a church conference.  The report of the Committee on Nominations will be available no later than Sunday, May 20th.  Nominations in addition to those in the Committee's report may be made from the floor.  There will also be an update from Renovations Enabled Ministry Team on next steps in furnishing our newly renovated areas based on the feedback from the focus group meetings. 

  • Stitching Sisters - Thursday, May 24th from 10:00 - noon

    Stitching sisters will meet on April 26th from 10am - noon in the lounge.  Please join us!  Interested in helping us or joining us?  Contact Karen Fallows.  

  • Susannah Wesley Circle - May 24th at 7pm

    This meeting will be one that may bring out the tears.  Join us for our guest speaker, Anne Truscott.  Anne is a member at CUMC and a nurse.  She will be sharing her experiences from her recent April trip to Haiti.  Many of you know the poverty and lack of resources that plague Haiti.  This is Anne's second trip to provide much needed medical care to families who otherwise would never see a medical professional.  Please join us to hear Anne's stories that will definitely touch your heart.  

  • 11th Annual Jim Hayes Memorial Golf Outing - June 2, 2018

    All are welcome.  We will be playing at Mainland Golf Course with fellowship, snacks and prizes after golf.  The first tee time will be at 10:00am.  More information will be published soon.  We are looking for prizes and would appreciate donations.  If you have a donation, suggestion or a question, please contact Don Albacker. Sign ups are currently available on the kiosk in the lobby.

Christ United Methodist Church

1020 S. Valley Forge Rd

Lansdale, PA 19446

secretary@cumclansdale.org

(215)855-1643