During the program season (Fall, Winter, and Spring):
Family Service: Sundays at 9:00 am in the sanctuary
Sundays at 10:00 am between services, all are invited to Christian Education classes and coffee hour in Rodda Hall
Communion Service: Sundays at 11:00 am in the sanctuary
During the summer months we invite you to a single Sunday service at 10:00 am in Rodda Hall.
ALL ARE WELCOME AT COMMUNION
Church Office Hours
Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Online giving is an easy way to make your contribution to Chatham UMC without writing checks. Click below to sign up for online donations! You may also download the United Methodist giving app for your phone!
We have classes for all ages - Find the class that fits you!!
New year starts Sunday, September 23
Children - 10:15am Sunday: Pre-K through 2nd grade class meets in Room 1 (lower level); 3rd through 5th grades meet in Room 2 (lower level).
Junior High - 10:15am Sunday: Class for grades 6 through 8 meets in Room 4 (lower level).
Senior High - 10:15am Sunday: Discussion Group for grades 9 through 12 meets in the Wesley Room (upper level).
Adult Discussion Group: Meets between services in Room 6.
Opportunities For Spiritual Formation
In the midst of the frenetic pace of news, work, life and stress, it is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the music, beauty, stillness, scriptures, and prayers of a Taizé Prayer Service. For more information, you may call the church office at (973) 635-7740.
TAIZE PRAYER CANCELLED FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY
Prayers for our Worship Life
Prayers for those who want to intentionally prayer before, during, and after worship.
Please follow this link to find more about some suggested avenues of prayer that can enhance our individual and corporate experiences of worship. Intentional prayer around before, during and after worship have the potential to deepen our relationships with God and put is more deeply in the flow of God’s love.
Lent 2020 Opportunities
Wednesdays in Lent, 7:30-8:30 PM
CUMC Asbury Room and Online Beginning Wednesday, March 4th
There are so many ways the God is present in the world. There is wisdom that explicitly comes from the Christian tradition, and other wisdom that Christians need to learn from and appropriate that is not explicit to a faithful worldview. Each Wednesday in Lent, we will gather for an experience of spiritual formation and discuss what we resonate with or want to explore more fully about various podcasts. We will also create a Facebook group for those who wish to share their insights and questions about the various podcasts.
Look for the link for each week's podcast in the ENews and our website beginning Thursday, February 27th.
For more information, please contact facilitator Jeff Markay at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, March 4, 2020 from 7:30-8:30pm in the Asbury Room and online
Can you train your brain to be more grateful? Todd Zwillich of The Takeaway takes on the challenge.
We’re delighted to offer an opportunity to grow in faith during the season of Lent by deepening our relationships with God and one another in a Small Group. Groups will explore the DVD-based study The Walk: Five Essential Practices of the Christian Life by United Methodist Pastor Adam Hamilton. Each group will meet for six sessions of approximately one hour each. One group will meet Sundays at 10:15 am, and a second group will meet Mondays at noon. Signup sheets are on the bulletin board across from Pastor Jeff’s office and books are available for purchase for $15.00. Wherever you may be on your faith journey, you’re welcome to join fellow pilgrims for study, prayer, conversation, and community.
For further information contact Associate Pastor Sharon Yarger
at the church office or at email@example.com.
The Chatham UMC Church Council has unanimously adopted a Statement of Welcome. Despite the actions of the General Conference of the United Methodist Church, we continue to believe in the gracious, inclusive, and unquestionable love of God for all people and all of creation. We wholeheartedly support the following Statement of Welcome, as our humble attempt to reflect the best of Methodist spirituality.