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  • Sundays at 10:00 AM

    Until Further Notice All Facility Use Activities Are Suspended.
    We Invite You To Join Our Virtual Worship Service at 10:00 AM

    ZOOM Informatiom
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86232382852?pwd=VElTU2p6cjN5dEtuQ0NMSE5LSFhnUT09#success
    Meeting ID:862 3238 2852 Password: 830861
    Mobile: +13017158592, 86232382852#
     

  • Updated COVID-19 Guidelines Effective May 28, 2021

    Montgomery County’s progress in getting residents to receive COVID-19 vaccines will put new guidelines into effect starting at 6 a.m. on Friday, May 28. The new guidelines will be implemented as a result of agreements made between the County Council and County Executive Marc Elrich, based on consultations with County health officials.

    The County established procedures that would allow full reopening in line with State of Maryland guidelines two weeks after 60 percent of all County residents had received at least one dose of a vaccine and at least 50 percent of residents had been fully vaccinated. Those thresholds were previously reached. Starting Friday, the County will also lift most capacity and distancing restrictions for indoor and outdoor businesses and venues.

    Face coverings must be worn inside:

    -Public transportation
    -Schools
    -Childcare facilities
    -Youth camps
    -Health care settings
    -County owned and operated buildings

    Face coverings are recommended:

    -Indoor and outdoors for people 2 years and older who are not fully vaccinated, particularly when physical distancing cannot be maintained.
    -Outdoors at childcare, school, and camp programs, and during outdoor offsite activities (e.g. field trips) when physical distancing cannot be maintained for staff, essential visitors, and children 2 years and older.

     

  • Colesville UMC Recognized for Outstanding Achievement in Waste Reduction, Reuse and Recycling

    Montgomery County’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) recognized outstanding achievements in waste reduction, reuse and recycling during its 22nd Annual Recycling Awareness Week. Colesville United Methodist Church/Jamon Montessori School received the Outstanding Efforts in Waste Reduction and Recycling Award which is awarded to businesses that have undertaken exemplary efforts to develop, expand or enhance their waste reduction and recycling programs.

     

     

     

  • Sunday School Teachers Needed

    Colesville Sunday School needs teachers and substitute teachers for our youth classes. Won’t you consider sharing your time and talents in serving God as a Sunday School teacher? Your help is greatly needed. If interested please contact the church office at 301-384-1941 or churchoffice@cumc.org.

     

     

     

     

  • United Methodists Stand Against Racism

     

    Digital Witness Toolkit

    An exciting new resource for local churches, is now online. The toolkit is a guide for people of faith to lift their voices in support of creating Beloved Community. Explore it today and share it with others as we Rise United, for all to be free. Download the Toolkit.

    Other Racial Justice Resoures

    Bishop Easterling's Statement on Racism

    United Methodist Bishops: Act now to end racism and white supremacy

    Council of Bishops Statement on the Scourge of Racism.

    Racial Justice

    Ways United Methodists Can Stand Against Racism

    Five Ways for Addressing Racism with Children

    A Charter for Racial Justice

     

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