Contemporary
Worship
9:30 a.m. 
 Fellowship Hall
Contemporary Band

TRADITIONAL
Worship
10:50 a.m.
Sanctuary
Chancel Choir

SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY
Children
9:30-10:30 a.m.
Youth 9:30-10:45 a.m.
Adult
9:30-10:45 a.m.
Adult
10:50-11:50 a.m.

 NURSERY CARE
3 mo.- 4 yrs
9:15-12:00 p.m.

Office Hours
Monday - Thursday
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Friday: Closed

 


If you are looking for a place to belong, to grow in your understanding and relationship with God, and a place to live out your faith, come visit us.

Global Missions (www.gbgm-umc.org)

"Do all the good you can, by all the means you can,
in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can,
to all the people you can, as long as ever you can."  John Wesley

 

"A Favor for a Favor"

Has something ever happened (big or small) to you that was so exciting and good that you had to share it with someone...quickly? Recently, CLUMC was blessed to be a host church for the wonderful traveling African Children's Choir, ASANTE (meaning "Thank You"). For many of these children, it was their first time in America. Twenty three young people shared their culture, music, dance and witness for the Lord Jesus Christ with such excitement that the audience wanted part of what they "have".... Jesus! We wanted them to do more! When we talked to them over dinner and during evening devotions we couldn't help but feel good, smile and catch a little Jesus excitement! That is the ASANTE children's message.... They are willing and excited to share Jesus free gifts to them; His life, His death, His spirit His forgiveness and eternal life with Him!

Long ago, Jesus disciples and crowds followed Him because they knew He was special. What a thrill just to be in the back of the crowd listening, looking, learning and witnessing His miracles. Jesus gave them joy and peace and they wanted more, and... Jesus gave them more!  When Jesus died, rose from the grave fully human again and approached His disciples and others, it was then they began to understand the free gifts Jesus gave them. Could they hold back their excitement? No! They shared what Jesus had taught them with everyone ...quickly! If you had been there would you have held back your excitement?

So, the next time you're feeling Jesus in your life, how about smiling and sharing a little of Jesus with someone...quickly!! You'll be doing Jesus a favor and He'll give you a favor! Eternal life with Him...which sounds grrr88!

 

 

UMCOR - United Methodist Committee on Relief provides ministries of food, shelter health and peace in the United States and around the world.

World Communion Sunday - Provides scholarships for U.S. and international students, on both undergraduate and graduate levels.

One Great Hour of Sharing - Assists UMCOR programs not fully funded through the Advance for Christ and His Church.

Supported Ministries

*KAIROS (Prison Ministry) - Brings Christ's love and forgiveness to all incarcerated individuals, their families and to those who work with them.  Also assists in the transition of becoming a productive citizen.  (www.kairosoftexas.org)

 

*Campus Ministries/San Antonio - United Methodist Campus Ministry is an outreach of the Southwest Texas and Rio Grande Conferences.  With on campus registered student organizations at San Antonio College, University of Texas at San Antonio and Trinity University and off campus activities at partner churches, UMCM seeks to unite students from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds in Christian community, spiritual celebration and works of charity, mercy, social justice and public witness. (www.saumcm.org

 

Harvest Sunday - Is the Conference-wide offering sponsored by the Conference Board of Global Ministries and approved by the Annual Conference.  Funds raised are designated for hunger ministries based upon the recommendation of the Conference Board of Global Ministries.  Traditionally it is split between international programs and hunger efforts right here in the Southwest Texas conference.
 

Providence Place is a short term community where Gods' children learn to transition themselves into society, build their faith, family and future. We are a recognized leader in adoptions and services, and fill the needs of the disabled by teaching them ways to mainstream in the community. For more info or to donate go to our website www.provplace.org or call 800-842-5433.
 

Hope Hospice of Comal County - Serves those with a life threatening illness and their families and addresses the needs of patients living with chronic illness or pain.  They offer bereavement support activities including children's grief.  (www.hopehospice.net)
 

Communities in Schools of South Central Texas - CIS is a campus based dropout prevention program for at-risk students.  They address academic, physical and emotional needs of at-risk students from pre-K to high school graduation.  Our church joins the community in a "Pack the Bus" school supply drive by placing collection boxes throughout the church during July and August.  (www.cisnewbraunfels.org)
 

 

*Habitat for Humanity Comal County - Is a non-profit Christian housing organization that works in partnership with people in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing.  The houses are sold to those in need at no profit and with no interest charged.  Volunteers provide most of the labor while individual and corporate donors provide money and material to build the houses.  Partner families must provide 300 hours of labor to help build their homes and the homes of others.  (www.comalhabitat.org)

 

Food Ministry

CROP (Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty) - By participating in the CROP Walk, usually held in March on Canyon Lake Dam, we support Church World Services commitment to confront hunger and its related injustices by providing tools of hope that empower people to meet their own needs.  25% of the money raised at the Canyon Lake CROP is donated to the Community Resource and Recreation Center Food Pantry (CRRC) and the Smithson Valley Food Bank.  (www.churchworldservices.org)


Crop Walkers

*Local food needs - CLUMC supports our local food banks with a budgeted donation during the year.  Church volunteers assist the pantries with periodic food collections as requested.

 


Community Blood Drives
 

Our community Churches Blood Drives are conducted by the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center (STB&TC). They were started in the early 1990's and today we have over 20 churches participating in four Blood Drives a year. We appreciate the continued support Super 'S' in Startzville and Ace Hardware in Sattler have given our community by allowing mobile blood units to be parked most of the day as people come to give their precious blood. We sincerely thank you for your "Gift of Life".

 

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