Perfect day for Root Beer Floats On a beautiful spring day, our church once again prepared Root Beer Floats at Cape Elizabeth’s Family Fun Day at Fort Williams on June 15. Organized by Jim Tammaro, volunteers from the church prepared floats with soda donated by Shipyard Brewery and ice cream […]
Ted and Carol are traveling from Scarborough, Maine through the northern U.S. states, up through British Columbia and the Yukon into Alaska.
Spirit on Pentecost Sunday The Emmanuel Methodist Youth Choir from Memphis, Tennessee performed throughout our church’s Pentecost Sunday service on June 9, providing the congregation with an uplifting experience from scripture reading, a powerful sermon from the director, the Rev. Kevin Presley (no relation to Elvis!), an interpretative telling of […]
Next stop: Retirement For the final service the Rev. Casey Collins would serve as a minister, she was reminded throughout the June 2 Sunday morning of the impact she had made on seven churches over 27 years. In addition to her home Cape Elizabeth United Methodist congregation, there were members […]
It’s Official! After listening to comments and questions from church members, our Administrative Council has unanimously voted for our church to become a Reconciling Congregation! Our church’s decision to become “reconciling” follows a growing trend of United Methodist churches here in Maine and across the country because of decisions made […]
Sprucing up our church Thank you to everyone who spent the morning of May 8 doing a thorough spring cleaning in the church, washing windows, cleaning woodwork, polishing furniture, cleaning up the library and deep cleaning the bathroom floors. Thank you to Joan Clinton and Meredith Dalessandro for organizing the […]
A celebration with dancing Our Easter Sunday service ended with the singing of “Lord of the Dance”. Before the congregation joined in, Pastor Casey Collins invited everyone to celebrate the Resurrection and “party” by dancing in the aisles. Many did! The service began with with a passionate talk by Mary […]
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 […]