Worship / Study Opportunities
Sunday School: 9:15 AM
Sunday Worship: 10:30 AM
[Communion on 1st Sundays]
Wednesday Study: 6:00 PM
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Choir Rehearsal: 7:00 PM
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Take a minute to think this over... Have you ever had cold oatmeal? It might be the least pleasant thing to eat on the face of this earth. Instead, start your day in worship at Cloverdale UMC - 10:30am Sunday mornings. We don't serve cold oatmeal - we serve Jesus instead. See you soon!
2014 is here and we're praying for a great year at Cloverdale UMC. On January 5th we had an Installation Service for the coming year's officers. Rev Tommy also gave the State of the Church address this day. Fellowship followed morning worship with a covered dish lunch. Yes - the food was great!
In February we begin a message series on the Sermon on the Mount. See you on Sunday!
In February (also...) we begin our Wednesday night study on Revelation! And it is going well!
Join us for the March 5th Sunday celebration in music (and food)!
As Lent draws to a close, plan to join us for Palm Sunday service (April 13), Maundy Thursday (April 17), and Easter Sunday (April 20) - 6am Sunrise and 10:30 Celebration of our/your Risen Lord!
It’s Lent. Why an image of a baptistery? Why not the cross? Because the primary purpose of Lent from the earliest church -- and as both the Roman Catholic and the Revised Common Lectionary now support it -- was to prepare candidates for baptism at Easter.
Lent was designed to help the church help these candidates become purged from sinful ways, and live more fully into the way of Christ. Lent was and is the final stage of labor before new birth, a final incubation before “hatching” into new life. The Season after Epiphany has prepared the congregation to take on this work with newcomers to the faith as well as those who are preparing to make deeper commitments. The... More from here.
INSPIRIT 2014 will be held May 8 - 10, 2014 at Blue Lake. The theme is "Exploring our Spiritual and Family Heritage".