Thank you for your support The April 2 Church Supper brought in $940, making it one of the most successful fund-raising suppers in recent years. Thank you to organizer Stephen Bither and all of his volunteer helpers. But also thank you to everyone who prepared food and, of course, those […]
‘We begin our journey to the cross’ Rev. Jim Young is leading a weekly Lenten study at 9 a.m. on Sundays in the Sunshine Room. The schedule is as follows: April 17: Passion/Palm Sunday. “Forgiveness and the Cross.” Read Luke 23:33-46.
Mardi Gras at CEUMC The last Sunday before Lent once again was the occasion for Jazz Sunday at the Cape Elizabeth United Methodist Church, led by Stephen Bither, his small group of talented musicians, and Faith York and the church choir. It was a rollicking morning of worship, music, fellowship […]
Coloring snow for worship With three to four feet of snow surrounding the church, Rev. Ruth Morrison came up with a creative plan on how best to use it as part of our worship. Between the 8 and 10 a.m. services on Sunday, Feb. 27, Ruth and members of the […]
Voices of angels on a snowy night During an opening prayer for a Friday night concert at the Cape Elizabeth United Methodist Church, Rev. Ruth Morrison talked about what a tough week it had been, citing struggles for democracy in Libya, an earthquake in New Zealand, four Amish children losing […]
Super sandwiches for big game The United Methodist Women once again prepared Italian subs for Super Bowl Sunday, putting together 44 sandwiches early Sunday morning for members of the congregation to pick up after church. This year’s sandwich-making team included Kathie Hackett, Gloria Kierstead, Joanne Scontras and Mary Anne Champeon. […]
Winter get-together Thanks to Gail Parker’s last-minute announcement a week earlier at the 10 o’clock service, our congregation came together for a post-worship pot-luck luncheon on Jan. 23, giving everyone the opportunity for some quality fellowship and some fortifying hot food before venturing out into sub-freezing temperatures. Longtime church members, […]