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Sundays at Community UMC
Blended Worship Service at 9:30 a.m.
Followed by fellowship and snacks
Our service includes an uplifting and warm service with contemporary and traditional elements.
During the service, children are welcome to participate in the music and our monthly
communion service. They are released after Children's Time for Sunday School.
After service, all are welcome to join us for fellowship in Bennett Hall.
Mountain Manna is every 4th Saturday of the month unless there is a major holiday,
and then food is distributed the 3rd Sunday.
Office Administrator Job Opening: Ten hours a week, basic secretarial skills needed, including typing, filing, phones. Be proficient in: word/google docs, excel/google sheets, power point, google slides-hours are flexible. Please call the office for inquiries.
United Methodist Roots
The United Methodist Church is a mainline, Protestant worldwide Christian denomination.
Our faith is lived out by our love for God and each other. All are welcome to join us and/ or participate in all activities of the church including serving God by serving our community. Mountain Manna meets on the fourth Saturday of the month and we begin preparations that Thursday before by packaging and sorting food. If you would like to participate, please call the front office and we will have our Mountain Manna leader reach out to you.
We are located approximately 1 mile west of Main St. at: 2898 Highway 78/79, Julian, CA 92036
(near the intersection at Pine Hills Road)
Our Quilt Square
It is important for us to be part of the Julian Backcountry Quilt Trail because active participation in our community is a priority of our congregation. We designed this square to symbolize what we believe.
The yellow star at the center reminds us that God is light and at the center of our lives. The cross surrounding the star reminds us that Jesus is God incarnate who lived and died for our sake. The blue of the cross reminds us that we are united to Jesus by the waters of our baptism. The reds represent the fire of the Holy Spirit which gives us the power and inspiration we need to carry out God’s purposes. The pattern of the reds reminds us that we are sent out by God to the four corners of the world to proclaim the Good News of Christ and to love and serve our neighbors.