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Spring Picnic

  Even without the sun, a spring celebration While the Silly Sunday service was winding down in the sanctuary on June 13, Tom Wilbur was already busy at the parsonage, grilling hamburgers, hot dogs and prodding the sun to make an appearance. Except for the sun, Tom got the annual […]

Silly Sunday

  A Sunday without tradition To celebrate the end of the Sunday School year, the Cape Elizabeth United Methodist Church held a Silly Sunday service on June 13, breaking with tradition in every possible way. There were silly hats, silly shirts, kazoos, jokes, skits, and much more as a light […]

Family Fun Day

Selling Root Beer, making friends Under the leadership of Jim Tammaro, our church once again featured a Root Beer Float stand at the Cape Elizabeth Family Fun Day on Saturday, June 12. Thank you to all of the volunteers who took time out of their Saturday to help with the […]

Pray for the animals

  Seeking God’s help During her sermon on Sunday, June 6, Rev. Ruth Morrison addressed the plight of the oil-saturated birds and animals in the Gulf of Mexico, victims of the disasterous BP oil spill that began in early April. As a means of emphasizing the fragility of the ducks, […]

Pentecost Sunday

  Holy Spirit lifts congregation On Pentecost Sunday, Rev. Ruth Morrison made it clear the Holy Spirit was with everyone who attended the two services. For the celebration of God sending the Holy Spirit to Jesus’ disciples, seven weeks after Jesus’ resurrection, Ruth directed the spiraling of tongues of fire across […]

Bread for the World

  Help support low-income families Ted Bradbury of the Maine chapter of Bread for the World addressed the CEUMC congregation on Sunday, May 9, urging everyone to write letters to members of Congress concerning legislation that would provide assistance to low-income, working families. Congress will soon debate a series of tax […]