UPCOMINGEVENTS/CLASSES

Boy Scout Supper

 

February 25

5:30-7:30PM │FLC

 

Join us for the 49th annual CUMC Boy Scout Troop 131 Pancake Supper onFat Tuesday, February 25. 

Come for a great all-you-can-eat pancake and sausage meal.

$6 per person, Kids 5 & under eat free

5:30-7:30 p.m., in the Jack King Family Life Center (FLC). You can purchase tickets between services beginning February 9th or at the door the night of the event. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ladies Night Out

 

March 18

7:30-9:00PM │Sweet M's Boutique

 

All ladies are invited to an evening of shopping, food and fellowship at Sweet M's Boutique in Carmel. This event is hosted by the Mom's Circle and 20% of all sales that evening will benefit the Carmel UMW Missions. Questions, contact Eva Jones at evamjone@gmail.com.








Lent Bible Study

 

Friday Mornings,  Feb 28-April 10

10AM│Library/Conf. Rm

 

Methodism summons people to experience and live the grace of God, to grow in their knowledge and love of God, and to become faithful and mature disciples of Christ. In the study United Methodist Way: Living our Beliefs by Kenneth L. Carder, we will (in easy to understand language) dissect Methodist theology and ultimately help the individual and communal United Methodist(s) to live out our theological beliefs.

Join Lenae Goeke and others as we journey together in understanding living our beliefs as United Methodists.  Start Lent off with this fantastic study!  Cost of book is $10.  Books can be purchased through the church or on Amazon.  

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP

 

Youth Scholarships 2020


Deadline April 14

 return to church office


Carmel United Methodist Church established a scholarship fund in 1987. The purpose of the fund is to assist deserving church members who are pursuing advanced education at accredited colleges or universities in the next school year. Scholarship Application Forms are available in the Church Office and the CUMC website. Completed applications must be returned to the Church Office on or before Tuesday, April 14, 2020.

 

The purpose of the scholarship is to recognize students for their active church involvement and their display of leadership, community, and volunteer service. Although class ranking or GPA is not the primary requirement for the award, Carmel United Methodist Church believes that working to achieve a quality education is not just a job of an educational institution, but is the primary occupation of every student.

 

SCHOLARSHIP FORM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ESL Tutors Needed

 

2020 School Year

90 minute sessions │CUMC

 

Would you like to make a difference in the life of someone new to America? Our English as a Second Language Ministry has a long waiting list of immigrants hungry to learn our language in order to improve the lives of their families. Tutors are needed! You don't need to be a teacher - resources and assistance are provided. The one-to-one sessions are about 90 minutes a week during the school year, scheduling is flexible, and accommodations are made for vacations. Want to know more? Ready to help? Contact Barbara Krueger at blkrueger18@gmail.com or Jana Miller at esl@carmelumc.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carmel Winter Games

 

February 29

12-5PM│ Ice at Center Green

 

GET YOUR TEAM READY! The Carmel Winter Games are back February 29th. Teams from around the community will gather to compete in non ice skating games like human hungry hungry hippos and trike races at the Ice at Center Green. The team entry fee is $300. This is open to the public. All proceeds are donated to the food pantry. 

 

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP 

VBS 2020

 

June 21- 25 

6-7:30 │ CUMC

 

Join us for another wonderful week of Vacation Bible School! Sign up begins April 1st!

 

Wilderness Trail

 

July 7-13 

6-12th graders │ Virginia

 

ONLY 3 SPOTS LEFT! Sign up now for this week long backpacking adventure for 6-12th grade students. This adventure will get you out of your comfort zone by participating in the body of Christ, and discovering the beauty of God's presence through nature and beyond. The cost of the trip is $350 (before May 17) and includes transportation, hiking gear (except for shoes and sleeping bag), meals, activities, and t-shirt. Financial assistance is available. 

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP