AN INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY Sharing God's Love

 

Sharing God’s Love with All

Our Mission Statement 

As followers of Jesus Christ, we are an inclusive community responding to God’s love and grace.  We nurture one another on our spiritual journeys. We work for peace and justice. We serve others and God’s creation. Together, we seek God’s creative transformation of the world and of individual hearts.

About Us

Our congregation strives to nurture spirits, work toward justice and faithfully serve others. We oppose discrimination and stand in unity against the exclusion, marginalization or devaluation of any person or group. No matter who you are or what your story, you are welcome at Claremont UMC.

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A Member of The United Methodist Community

Claremont United Methodist Church is a member of the California-Pacific Conference, a regional body of The United Methodist Church, based in Pasadena, comprised of more than 50,000 members in nearly 350 churches throughout Southern California, parts of Central California, Hawaii, the Pacific Islands, Guam and Saipan.

We stand in covenant with United Methodist Missionaries: Mozart Adevu (West Africa) and Iglesia Dios Es Amor (Tijuana, Mexico and Baja, California).

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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.

Reconciling Statement of CUMC:

As faithful disciples of Jesus and his teachings, we advocate for the full inclusion and acceptance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons and their families in the church and community.

As a congregation, we commit to welcoming and being led by clergy of any gender or orientation. We offer all the pastoral and congregational care of our church to all people. This includes continuing to offer the sacraments of baptism and holy communion; and this explicitly includes our sacred rituals, including marriage by our clergy and in our church building.

This statement, along with our Mission Statement represents who we are and the faith community we strive to be now and in the future.