Check out ways to connect and serve for persons of all ages. All are welcome!
Our meal will be prepared by Pastor Jim Morgan. Menu: pulled pork sandwiches, roasted potatoes, coleslaw and dessert. Dinner at 5:30pm in the Christian Life Center. Program led by Pastor Keith Ray to follow at 6pm. Donations are appreciated but not required. College students eat free!
Wednesday, September 20 at 9:30am
Please join us at All In Coffee for a time of fellowship and open discussion about parenting books and methods that have worked well for children. We hope this time will be a positive hour of encouragement and light conversation. Contact Marie Schmidt or Anna Rimel ([email protected]) for more details!
We will host an Explore Clemson UMC dinner for prospective members on September 24 at 6pm in the overflow room (308) of the Worship Center. We’ll share a meal together, learn about ministry and discipleship opportunities here at Clemson, and spend some time talking about the meaning of membership in The United Methodist Church. Email Jim Morgan at [email protected] to RSVP.
The owners of Village Bakery and Cafe, Pendleton, are partnering with Clemson UMC to host a dinner at the restaurant on Tuesday, September 26, 5-8pm. There will be live music, courtesy of Pastor Jim and friends, as well as an opportunity to join with neighbors in a wonderful meal, all while raising money for a worthy cause. All proceeds will be used for hurricane relief through the United Methodist Committee on Relief and Islamic Relief USA. You may purchase tickets as you leave the church today or in the church office. Tickets are also available at the Village Bakery and Cafe.
Beyond Words: a book club that will meet the third or fourth Sunday every month during the school year. Our first meeting will be September 24 at 3pm at the home of Charlotte Branyon (107 Sedgefield Drive). Join us for fellowship and snacks as we talk about our faith and our daily struggles. The first book we will study is “The Happiness Dare: Pursuing Your Heart’s Deepest, Holiest and Most Vulnerable Desire” by Jennifer Dukes Lee, which can be purchased online or at your local bookstore. Childcare will be provided at the church. For more information please email Charlotte Branyon at [email protected] or Chrissy Mazer at [email protected]
Come read and react with the Monday Night Discussion Group as we start a study of John Spong’s The Fourth Gospel: Tales of a Jewish Mystic on September 25. Spong is a retired Episcopal bishop well known for his candor in calling for a more progressive, compassionate Christianity. Some of the chapters in The Fourth Gospel began as ideas expressed in a series of talks Bishop Spong gave here at CUMC several years ago. Spong describes himself as “increasingly drawn to a Christianity that has no separating barriers.” Our eclectic Monday group welcomes members and friends of all ages. Find us in room 116 of the Office Building at 7:30pm, and find book copies online. For more information please contact Francie Mizell at [email protected]
Mrs. Rebecca, who is an extremely gifted musician, will be with us on Sunday afternoon, October 1 from 3-4pm in the Christian Life Center. Please bring your family out for a fun afternoon!
For more information, check out the Children’s Ministry page.
For more information, check out the Youth Ministry page.
For more information, check out clemsonwesley.org.
The annual CROP Walk will be held Sunday, October 1, 2017. The walk will begin at Fort Hill Presbyterian Church at 2pm. Proceeds from the walk help to fight hunger globally and also locally through Clemson Community Care. Please mark the date and join us for this walk.
Clemson Community Care has served many clients during the summer and we have a shortage of several items in our pantry. We would appreciate any donations but especially the following items: soup, dry beans, grits, oatmeal, pork and beans, spaghetti sauce, tomato sauce and paste. Many of our clients have babies and always ask for diapers and wipes since they are very expensive. At the present time, we are completely out of diapers, wipes, and formula. Thank you all for your generous support!