Services

Children’s Story

  Make Way for Ducklings  For the Children’s Story at Sunday’s 10 a.m. service, Rev. Ruth Morrison introduced the congregation to a family of newborns, all less than a week old. As has become a spring tradition in our church, Janet Mageles’ World of Wonders Nursery School celebrated the hatchings […]

Reception into Membership

New member for CEUMC congregation As part of the Sunday morning service, Aaron French was received into membership at our church during a ceremony conducted by the Rev. Ruth Morrison and Lay leader Steve Hill. Aaron is a recent graduate of the Bangor Theological Seminary and his thesis is on […]

Christmas 2012

Celebrating Christmas on the Cape The story remains the same — the celebration of Jesus’ birth told through readings from Isaiah and Luke — but the literary license through which that story is told is always a pleasant surprise at the Cape Elizabeth United Methodist Church. For the past few […]

Christmas services

  Celebrate Jesus’ birth on Christmas Eve There will be two services at the Cape Elizabeth United Methodist Church on Christmas Eve, at 6 and 11 p.m. The 6 p.m. service will be the Family Service, making it possible for young children to return home shortly after 7 p.m. The […]

Consecration Sunday

  Celebrating God’s love The final Sunday of the church’s two fall fund-raising campaigns ended with a focus on one of the church’s missions: Serving at the Preble Street Soup Kitchen. Following the 10 a.m. service, a lunch of American Chop Suey, prepared by Steve Hill, was served to the […]

UMW Recognition Award

  Special honor for Kathie Hackett For many years, Kathie Hackett has been the treasurer of the United Methodist Women’s organization. But without the title of president, she also has been running and organizing all of the group’s events. That dedication and commitment were highlighted on Sunday, Nov. 11, when […]

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 […]