Check out ways to connect and serve for persons of all ages. All are welcome!
Dinner prepared by Pastor Steve Simoneaux and served at 5:30pm in the Christian Life Center. Program to follow at 6pm presented by Becky Morgan: “Demystifying LGBT Communities.” Donations for the meal are appreciated but not required. College students eat free!
This is a small group for adults on Thursday evenings at 6pm meeting at Elkmont Tap and Cellar, 100 Liberty Drive, Clemson (less than one mile from the CUMC campus). Childcare will be provided at the church in room 406 of the Christian Life Center. Come join other adults for a weekly discussion on what it means to be followers of Jesus in our particular time and place. There is no preparation necessary to participate in this group!
All Tweens are invited to go for a fun fall hike together! Please wear appropriate shoes and clothing. Also, please bring a water bottle. Snacks will be provided. Meet at the church parking lot at 2pm and we will return by 5pm. Contact Marie with questions.
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.
Join us in our efforts to collaborate with Spirit Lake Ministry in North Dakota to provide Christmas gifts for Native American children.
What’s in a Shoebox?
Love. Shoebox Christmas gifts are built from love for children who might not otherwise receive a Christmas gift. On the reservation, up to 70 percent of children would not get a Christmas gift if not for the Shoebox Christmas Gift Program and the generosity of the people who donate to this wonderful program.
To start, wrap the bottom and top of the box separately. Place a rubber band around the box and the top, then put the age group and gender of the child on top of the box. You have just built a box of love. Please enclose a check made out to Clemson UMC for $7 to help with shipping expenses.
Choose from the following age groups:
Infant, Toddler, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, 13 & up
Box labels and shoeboxes are available in the Narthex and the lobby of the Christian Life Center
Remember these guidelines:
* Plastic shoeboxes are fine.
* New toys only (age appropriate)
*No clothing except warm hats, gloves or mittens
*Include toothbrushes and toothpaste
*No liquids or soaps
*Candy enclosed in a Ziploc bag
Our final day of collecting shoeboxes will be this Sunday, November 19 and then we will ship them to Spirit Lake Ministry in North Dakota.