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Vision Statement

We gather as a loving community to worship God, learn, offer hospitality, and go forth to share Christ.

Normal Schedule  (more)

  • 9:30 am – Worship
  • 9:50 am Christian Education

 

 Recording of Sunday Messages (more)


It’s time to register for nursery/preschool (more)

CLINTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH NURSERY SCHOOL APPLICATION 2019

Nursery School classes meet Thursday and Friday mornings (9:15 – 11:30 AM) for children who will be 3 years old by December 1.

Preschool classes meet Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings (9:15 – 11:30 AM) for children turning 4 years old by December 1.

The STEAM Enrichment Class–The Enrichment program is a class offered to the fours and meets on scheduled afternoons from 12:30-2:30pm. This program will not repeat what was covered in the a.m. It is, however,an opportunity to explore the math, sciences, and arts with less structure and more exploration time. These classes may include, kindermusic activities, yoga, science activities, art and much more! This class will only operate if minimum enrollment is achieved. (more)

Children in our programs enjoy stories, songs, games, crafts, Circle Time, indoor and outdoor free-play.

Nursery classes focus on socialization, independence, listening, cooperating, creativity and following directions.

Preschool classes do all of the above plus kindergarten and reading readiness.

 

Human Relations  Sunday January 20, 2019

TOGETHER, WE EXTEND A HELPING HAND TO THOSE IN CRISIS SO THEY CAN OVERCOME FORMIDABLE OBSTACLES.

Turn on the news or drive around the outskirts of your town and you will find what Jesus called “the least of these.” Those living in the margins of society, struggling to survive. People like:

  • An immigrant teenager in Texas’ poorest county, being recruited by a local gang
  • A father struggling for sobriety in Little Rock, Arkansas
  • An Oklahoma woman recently released from incarceration looking for work

Over and over Jesus served people like this, embracing them. And that’s what we want to model as the people of The United Methodist Church. To continue the ministry of Jesus we established Human Relations Day as a Special Sunday that calls all of our churches to participate in helping all God’s children to realize their potential.

Will You Support the Ministry of Christ Among Those on the Margins?

Will you continue to support Human Relations Day? Will you continue nurturing at-risk youth, strengthening communities’ self-improvement efforts and advocating for the oppressed?

Rev. I Maliik Safir, whose church works with those gripped by addiction in Little Rock, sums up the work of Human Relations Day by recalling Jesus’ story of the Good Samaritan: “to meet the poor, the disadvantaged and the underserved at the places where others have robbed them and help them to recover from the wounds of social inequality.”

 

Leadership Summit is January 26th – DS asks all churches to participate and learn together

There is a District-wide Leadership Teaching day on January 26, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at First UMC, 105 Genesee St., New Hartford, NY. Registration will be needed with each person’s name, church and session choices by Noon, Jan. 23. Free childcare is available with on time registration. Provide names and ages of children. Parents bring a bag lunch and snacks your child is allowed to eat. Safe Sanctuaries-trained volunteers are welcome to help provide care for the little ones. To register or volunteer, email mohawkdistrict@unyumc.org, 315-797-1777.

Workshops

Growing Your Church Through Collaboration, Finance, SPPRC, Not Another Meeting, Missions, Technology, Trustees, Discipleship Systems.

 

Church Brunch after Worship on January 27th

The Outreach Team would like to invite you to bring a dish to share and stay for a time of fellowship.  Table service and beverages will be provided.  Following the meal the Capital Improvement Campaign Team  will share a presentation and lead a time of discussion. Childcare will be provided.

Our church is accessible to the handicapped with plenty of free parking. Large print bulletins are available for the visually impaired, and pocket radio receivers are available for those people requiring hearing assistance.