Two Lights didn’t work out For the first time in recent memory, our Easter Sunrise Service had to be moved from overlooking the ocean from the rocks at the end of Two Lights Road to our church’s sanctuary. For many years we coped with snow, extreme cold and wind at […]
Ted and Carol are traveling from Scarborough, Maine through the northern U.S. states, up through British Columbia and the Yukon into Alaska.
Personalized treats from United Methodist Women Our United Methodist Women spent Good Friday morning decorating 37 mini cakes for members of the church. Proceeds from the bake sale will go toward scholarships to Camp Mechuwana. Each cake was personalized with individual names, piped flowers and plenty of icing. Thank you […]
Welcome to Revs. Dreyman and O’Connor Effective July 1, Priscilla Dreyman and Mary Jane O’Connor-Ropp will be the Cape Elizabeth United Methodist Church’s new minister. They will replace Casey Collins, who will be retiring in June. The new appointments were announced to the congregation during the April 7 service by […]
Caring for people in need Even with fresh produce still months away, Judy’s Pantry continues to serve individuals and families in Cape Elizabeth who have trouble putting healthy meals on their dining tables. At this time of the year, the Pantry is open every second and fourth Tuesday of the […]
Help serve at Preble Street This Saturday, March 30, is our Volunteer Saturday at the Preble Street Soup Kitchen. We need volunteers to help prepare and serve the lunch-time meal and clean up afterward. If you can help with preparing and serving the meal, please arrive around 10:30 a.m. at […]
Festive UMW event on St. Patrick’s weekend Our United Methodist Women came together for a public Corned Beef and Cabbage Supper on March 16, spending the full day to blend boiled potatoes, cabbage, turnips, carrots and onions with corned beef. The dinner was true Irish. Thank you to Jean Meyer […]