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Come Back to Church Sunday

Join us for worship and fellowship With the vibrant season of fall reaching out for our attention, so too comes a new season for our congregation and all of its friends. “Welcome Back to Church Sunday will be Sept. 11 — a return from our summer of vacations and adventures and […]

Food pantry open

Free produce and goods on Tuesdays Judy’s Produce Pantry is once again open at the Cape Elizabeth United Methodist Church from now until the early fall, every Tuesday from 3-5:30 p.m. Please note that these hours are different from last year’s. Thanks to a cooperative effort between the church, William H. […]

Vacation Bible School 2011

   ‘Helping Hands and Singing Hearts’   Singing for our neighbors concludes VBS The familiar hymn “Surely the Presence of the Lord is in This Place” carried a deeper meaning for participants in the Cape Elizabeth UMC’s Vacation Bible School on Wednesday, July 27 — a neighborly presence. To conclude its […]

Farewell to an old friend

  Memorial service for Bill Wadman There will be a memorial service for William G. (Bill) Wadman at our church on Saturday, July 9 at 3 p.m. As the obituary in the Maine Sunday Telegram said this past Sunday, Bill “ended his grand journey on this earth (on June 27), […]

Family Fun Day

  Volunteers needed for Float booth Jim Tammaro once again is organizing our church’s participation in the Cape Elizabeth Family Fun Day, scheduled for Saturday, June 11 at Fort Williams. The church will again feature a Root Beer Float booth on a day that celebrates community spirit for people of […]

Bean Supper

Good news for final supper The final church supper for the season was another success, bringing in $833 on May 7, thanks to the efforts of everyone who prepared dishes, served meals, cleaned up and offered fellowship to all of our visitors. A special thank you to Stephen Bither, who […]

Easter morning 2011

Joyous Celebrations Easter morning began with the rising sun covered by off-shore fog and the piercing of the Two Lights fog horn periodically interrupting the Sunrise Service. But at least it wasn’t snowing. The early-morning worship, on the rocks by the Lobster Shack, took place against the backdrop of crashing […]