Our Online Faith Community

We invite you to join our online worship and virtual events. During this unprecedented time in our nation and around the world, our need for community and togetherness is more important than ever.

Join our faith community by participating in our virtual Worship Service by clicking the link below.

You can also view our Event Calendar by clicking the link below to see all of the options available to you.  We’d love to connect with you.

Groups and Studies

Creative Peacemaking Committee

The Creative Peacemaking Committee responds to the plight of marginalized people and acts on issues of justice.

Discipleship Groups

Discipleship Groups meet regularly to help members provide support, encouragement and accountability for one another in our efforts to grow as followers of Jesus Christ.

Dismantling Racism Committee

The Dismantling Racism Committee works to support our church’s commitment to a journey to educate ourselves, reflect, pray and act in response to white supremacy, white privilege, and internalized racism.

Education Commission

The Education Commission supports the various education ministries of our church

Growing Christians

Growing Christians is an adult learning and caring community whose members seeks to grow and support one another in living out our faithful response to God’s call for radical love and stewardship of the earth.

Homeless Hunger Committee

The Homeless Hunger Committee provides assistance to those in need in our local community.

Men’s Enrichment Group

A forum for men to fellowship, share and reflect on their current day-to-day lives and participate in group devotional study.

Mission and Evangelism Commission

The Mission and Evangelism Commission invites members to become engaged with mission locally as well as globally with an evangelical spirit.

Reading the Bible Together

Reading the Bible Together is a weekly Bible study and fellowship group focusing on the texts of the Revised Common Lectionary – Wednesday mornings from 9:30-10:45

Reconciling Congregation Committee

Now in its 28th year, the Reconciling Committee meets monthly to plan educational programs and other events that enhance our understanding of current issues facing the LGBTQ community today.

Refugee Resettlement Committee

Refugee Resettlement Committee works to invite and support the self-sufficient resettlement into the community of a refugee family living in CUMC’s Bower House.

United Methodist Women

UMW circles join in fellowship and focus on mission and education.

The Book Group

Our book club of enthusiast readers meets every 4th Monday of the month to discuss a variety of different books.

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministry is a plan for caregiving for our congregation and many others. Stephen Ministers are trained to listen carefully to their care receivers and to provide compassionate support through times of challenge, grief or confusion.

Our Sacraments

In the United Methodist Church, we celebrate two sacraments — the sacrament of Holy Communion and the sacrament of Holy Baptism.

Both of our sacraments are open to all.

The sacrament of Holy Baptism celebrates and recognizes God’s eternal welcome. Through water and the Holy Spirit, we celebrate God’s promise of grace. We welcome the newly baptized infant, child or adult into the family of faith, renewing our promise to follow Jesus in faith and love.

The sacrament of Holy Communion celebrates and remembers God’s eternal grace. Sharing a common table, as Jesus did with his disciples, we consecrate the elements of bread and vine and give thanks for forgiveness, freely given. We join in this sacramental meal, given for each of us through God’s love.

We see these sacraments as a means of grace, a way to know the presence and love of God for all people.

Our Music Community

Claremont United Methodist Music Ministry leads our congregation in praise and worship. We believe God calls us to proclaim the message of God’s redeeming love through our music.

We welcome people of all ages and abilities to support us in glorifying God through music. If you enjoy music, we would love to have you share your gifts.

Children and Youth

Throughout the Bible, God speaks about the importance of children and young people.

To this end, at Claremont United Methodist Church we seek to provide opportunities for our children and youth to participate fully in our faith community.

We strive to help our youngest members along in the earliest stages of lifelong Christian formation.

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Get Involved

Click the link below to view our ministries where we spend our time and talents to serve others and live out the teachings of Jesus.