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Cedaredge Community United Methodist Church worships at 10 a.m. Sundays in the sanctuary and online through Zoom. 

 

Bible study, pastoral care, prayer and opportunities to join our church in serving our neighbors are ongoing. To participate in any of these ministries to request pastoral care, contact

Pastor Joe Agne:

 

Call 720-891-5233 or email

revagne@gmail.com

 

Our church is located at:

210 NW 3rd Street

Cedaredge, CO 81413

970-856-3696

To support the ministries of Cedaredge Community United Methodist Church, including providing funds for meals being served three days a week to those who need to stay at home, click the Donate button in the top right corner of this web page.

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Pastor Joe Agne

revagne@gmail.com

 

A Message

for November 14, 2021

Pastor Joe Agne looks at 1 Samuel 1:4-20 in his sermon, "A Hannah Kind of Hurt."

Calling All Volunteers

for Chili and Baked Potato Dinner December 4

Cedaredge Community UMC members will be host to a community-wide Chili and Baked Potato Dinner from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Saturday, December 4 at the Masonic Hall, 255 W. Main Street, Cedaredge. The meal will raise funds for the church while feeding area families who come out for the town's annual Parade of Lights, an evening of festivities featuring the arrival of Santa Claus.

 

Volunteers are needed to prepare food, set up the dining space, serve guests and clean up. To volunteer, call or text Xavi Saenz at 970-778-7634. 

 

Mark your calendars to come enjoy a homemade meal that will warm your tummy. Adults will pay $8 for chili or potato or $12 for both. Children's meals are $5. Dessert and drinks included with all meals. 
 

Cedaredge Community United Methodist Church's

Welcoming Statement:

Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors

 

Cedaredge Community United Methodist Church (CCUMC) has adopted a statement that welcomes all people of all heritages, races, genders, gender identities, sexual orientations, ideologies, education, economic status, political affiliation, and physical and mental abilities. The statement expands on the congregation’s long-standing commitment to offer open hearts, open minds and open doors to everyone. It is a message of welcome to those who have been excluded by organized religious institutions that focus on rules and a need for all to conform to the same set of beliefs.

 

The full text of the welcoming statement follows:

 

“Cedaredge Community United Methodist Church lives its vision of open hearts, open minds and open doors by its actions and deeds. The church provides welcoming and spiritual worship and service to our community and beyond, following Jesus’ teachings of caring for all and accepting each person’s value and individuality. There are no limits or conditions to our acceptance. All of God’s people are welcomed.

 

Wherever you come from, whatever language you speak, your heritage, race, financial situation, political affiliation, ideology, education, physical and mental abilities, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or whoever you love, all are welcome to our church. We are a congregation that represents the diversity found in our world, a place where everyone is and feels valued.

 

Through our acts of kindness, we strive for a deeper understanding of each person’s sacred value and the holy essence of the Christian community.

As followers of Jesus, we commit ourselves to the pursuit of justice and pledge to stand in solidarity with all who are marginalized and oppressed. We oppose oppression wherever it is found. We endeavor to turn our words into deliberate policies, practices and mutual acts of kindness.”