Fun Stuff

Jolly Snowman Christmas Fair

  Spend some time at the Fair! The church’s annual Jolly Snowman Christmas Fair will be held on Saturday, Dec. 1 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. This is the church’s largest fund-raising event of the year, but it also is one of the favorite times for everyone to get together and […]

Asian Food Fest

Evening of divine diversity Taking into consideration the selection, quality and quantity of the food presented at the church’s second Asian Food Fest on Saturday night, someone should call the Zagat Restaurant Guide and request a review. It was that good. More than 115 people were treated to a celebration […]

Asian Food Fest

Enjoy and evening of Asian food and culture For the second year in a row, Jo and Tim Stewart, along with Stephen Bither, have organized an Asian Supper to be hosted by our church on Saturday, Nov. 17. Unlike our monthly church suppers which serve meals over a 90-minute period, the […]

Halloween Party

Games, pinata-bashing and baked apples with ice cream were all part of the CEUMC Halloween Party on Oct. 27. (Photos by Mark Braun) Spooky time for all The church’s Halloween Party on Oct. 27 was a “gently”  spooky fun fest for all with adults having as much fun as the […]

Animal Blessing

  Blessed are the Animals The Rev. Ruth Morrison was thrilled when the pews were filled and the congregation sat attentive and focused on all that she preached at Sunday’s third service. It didn’t matter that her “parishioners” for the day were more than 30 dogs, one cat and a […]

Beach to Beacon

(Photo by Mark Braun) Congratulations to CEUMC runners Church Lay Leader Steve Hill (pictured above) competed in and completed the 2012 Beach To Beacon 10K road race on Saturday, Aug. 4. Also finishing the race were Jim Tammaro, Alan Leathers and Cliff Ives. More than 6,000 runners participated. Great race, everyone!

Vacation Bible School, Part 3

  Noodling on a summer evening The third night of Vacation Bible School was planned to be a “noodle-ish” event —  and in that respect, there were no disappointments. Using the colorful, flexible, foam noodles most often found in swimming pools, the front lawn of the parsonage was turned into […]