Claremont United Methodist Church
Contact Our Pastors and Church Office
Our new toll-free phone number: 844-251-6335
New email addresses are now in use!
• Mark Wiley — firstname.lastname@example.org
—Lead Pastor, phone 909-624-9021 ext 224
• Martha Morales — email@example.com
—Associate Pastor, phone 909-624-9021 ext 231
• Jessica Johnston, MDiv — firstname.lastname@example.org
—Church Administrator, phone 909-624-9021
Our “.org” email addresses have been closed.
• 9:30 a.m
• children leave from worship
• adults ~ 10:30 a.m.
Children's Music Program
• ~10:30 a.m.
Calling ALL Parents / Caregivers / Families / Others **
• ~ 10:50 a.m.
Other Weekly Events
•Choirs, Music, Dance & Theater programs for children & adults
•Study & Fellowship Groups
•Preschool for ages 2-5
•Service & Social Witness Events
** Calling ALL Parents/Caregivers / Families / Others!
Let’s gather on Sunday mornings at 10:50! All adults (those who have children and those who don't) are invited to join us on the patio (outside the Narthex) to eat, fellowship, discuss, chat, lament … COME and we will figure out together how to make our time together meaningful. Contact: Sara Swift Tharp email@example.com
Check out Pastor Mark's Sermon of last Sunday with an important announcement concerning the future of our congregation. Click on the image below to download the sermon.
"Goodbye, Farewell, So Long . . . .”
is a 30-page workbook where you can list information you’d like your family to have at the time of your death or serious illness. There is place to chronicle your personal history, describe your wishes regarding end of life medical care, burial and memorial service, and list personal and financial information your close family members would need to have. Many of you received a hard copy of this work book last spring during CUMC’s series on Death, Grief and Loss in the 21st Century. We’ve just updated “Goodbye, Farewell, So Long . . . “ to include more detail about memorial services. And we’re offering it in three formats: hard copy (available in the church office); online here in Word so you can fill in the blanks online and save on your own computer; and online in PDF format so you can print out copies to fill in yourself or share with friends and family members.
UMCOR stands ready to help those facing disaster.
As thousands flee wildfires in California,
UMCOR is in close conversation with the disaster response coordinators of the California-Pacific and California-Nevada Conferences of The United Methodist Church.
UMCOR is already actively engaged in California in response to previous wildfires and we anticipate supporting both conferences as they identify and respond to the needs of the populations affected by the current wildfires.
We pray for the safety of the firefighters and first responders as well as those evacuating their homes. UMCOR stands ready to support the response of the conferences with relief kits, Early Response Teams, and funding.
Please join us through prayer and generous support.
If you are not United Methodist and would like to give through your own denominational channels, they may be listed below: