Cornwall UMC exists to bring people into a closer relationship with Christ, His family, and His world.
Join us as we worship Christ our Savior, study the Bible, and challenge each other to live daily in the power of the Holy Spirit. We invite you to worship with us on Sunday mornings. Even if you have a regular church home you attend on Sundays, we would love to have you visit one of our weekday Bible Studies or come to one of our annual dinners or events.
Sunday Morning Worship
(in the Chapel) A relaxed atmosphere and simple service with organ or piano. No choir. Occasional special music.
10:15 AM Together In Praise
(in the Fellowship Hall) We celebrate the joy of the Lord through fellowship, acoustic guitar and vocalists singing with recorded popular Christian music.
10:30 AM Traditional
(in the Sanctuary) We approach God with awe and reverence through inspiring organ music, our chancel choir, meaningful hymns and liturgy.
Chapel and Fellowship Hall are located on the first floor. Our Sanctuary is located in the upper level. There is a elevator in the first floor lobby.
22 “Who is Jesus? *Mark 6:1-13 This text from Mark indicates that it is often difficult to make good among those who know you best. It is interesting how it seems that Jesus’ ability to heal the sick is dependent on the faith of those around him.
29th Guest speaker Jim Erhman. “Seismic Shift: The Small Ways it Starts” Acts 9:18-26 Jim Erhman will speak at the 8AM and 10:30 traditional services. The message in the 10:15 Together In Praise will be given by our worship leader Tina Hallman Radell.
August 18 Sermon Themes
Aug. 5 “Come Away and Rest” *Mark 6:30-34, 53-56, 2 Samuel 7:1-5 This is a communion Sunday. Following a time when Jesus sent his disciples out to minister, Jesus invites his disciples to come away and rest. In 2 Samuel, David is established in his palace and he decides to build God a temple. One of the lessons from these two texts is that we all need a time to rest and be refreshed.
Aug 12 “Receiving God’s Blessings” John 6:1-9, *Ephesians 3:14-21 In the gospel, Philip represents the disciples as he questions how the large crowd could be fed. In the epistle, Paul is indicating how he prays for a blessing for the Ephesians. We will look at how often we are denied receiving a blessing from God because we are not open to the possibilities God will provide.
19 “Living out our Calling” *John 6:24-29, Ephesians 4:1-6 The crowd, which had been fed the day before seek out Jesus. The question arose, “What is the work of God.” Paul encourages the Ephesians to live according to their calling. Paul then lists what is involved in our calling.
26 “Difficult Conversations” . *Ephesians 4:25-5:2 Paul gives direct advice as to how to speak to others when a difficult conversation is needed. He gives advice regarding anger and falsehood.
September Sermon Themes
Sept. 2 ‘Bread which brings Life” *John 6:35, 41-51 This will be a communion Sunday. Jesus has a long conversation with hidden and double meaning. As Jesus has given bread for the crowd to eat, He speaks of when he will offer his life for us spiritually.
Opportunities To Serve Click here for detailed listing. This chart presents numerous opportunities to serve in our own time and based on our own schedule. Many of the needed talents on the list can be accomplished at times that fit conveniently with your schedule and lifestyle.
Summer Camp....Both day camp and overnight camp still available. The week of July 29th is the last camp. Sign your child up now! Click here for Camp Registration