2021 LENT

Lenten Sermon Series

The Week That Changed the World

Sundays February 21 through March 28

11:15 am in the Sanctuary

9 & 11:15 am online 

watch live at 11:15 am on Sundays

Watch previous weeks messages

Holy Week Begins Sunday, March 28

Palm Sunday- March 28  

9 am in-person and online worship service

9:30 am Palm Sunday parade outside for children and families of all ages

11:15 am in-person and online worship service

11:45 am Palm Sunday parade outside for children and families of all ages

Maundy Thursday April 1 

7 pm Worship Service in-person and online  

Good Friday April 2 

12 pm online service

7 pm in-person and online service

Easter Sunday, April 4

11 am in-person, outdoor Easter worship service at Kentucky Country Day School on the Turf Field

Online Easter worship service will feature our Virtual Choir and Hallelujah Chorus


March 1 – April 4 

Lenten Prayer Trail

At CCUM will be open and ready during daylight hours 

Kid-friendly interactive prayer walk where people of all ages can spend time with God, reflect on the journey, and prepare to take flight once the COVID crisis had ended.


Children’sSunday Faith Formation Online   

Preschool - K (10 -10:20 am) and Grades 1-5 (10:20 - 10:40 am)

Please see email for Zoom link or contact  

Beginning Sunday, February 14 

Youth and Children Lenten Prayer Kits available for pick-up under the large portico at Entrance #1 (Through March 2)

Wednesdays beginning February 24 

Easter for Children of All Ages  

6:45 -7:30 pm on Zoom 

Registration required

Bring your Lenten Prayer Kits!


Sunday Morning Bible Study: The Life of Jesus  

Sunday mornings beginning February 21, 10 am on Zoom. Please see email for Zoom link or email  

Sunday Evening Youth: Emerging  

Sunday evening beginning February 21, 6 pm at CCUM (meet at the Student Center Door)  

Registration required

Bring your Lenten Prayer Kits!


Monday, February 22 

John: The Gospel of Light and Light  by Adam Hamilton Class 
Mondays at 10:00am, Feb 22 - March 29  
Mondays at 6:30pm, Feb 22 - March 29  

The Gospel of John is the most deeply spiritual of the four gospels. This writing is filled with rich images and profound truths, but John notes that his aim in writing the gospel is that readers will not only believe in Jesus Christ, but that they “may have life in his name.” You’ll follow the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus through the Gospel of John and understand the context of some of the best-known verses in the New Testament. 


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Finding Peace in an Anxious World 

February 10 – March 3 
Wednesdays at 10 am with Pastoral Counselor Jane Myers and Debbie Watt 

Finding Peace in an Anxious World uses the book of Proverbs and “The Serenity Prayer” as a guide to help Christians find their way through anxiety, worry, and fear and move towards God’s peace that surpasses all understanding. Using “The Serenity Prayer” as a scaffold, Finding Peace in an Anxious World explores ways to discover peace through scriptural and spiritual disciplines so that we can be rooted in God and energized to live fully as disciples of Christ. Hard copy and e-books can be purchased at unitedmethodistwomen.org. Please contact Shelah Woodruff ( ) with any questions about the study or ordering books. 


Family Seder Meal (Last Supper)

ONLINE: Sunday, March 28 6:45-7:30 pm

The Last Supper happened at the end of the Jewish Seder Meal (A special time when our Jewish friends remember the journey out of Egypt, crossed the Reed Sea, were freed from slavery and started their new life!

Join us as we eat a Seder Meal together and celebrate Holy Communion around your kitchen table!

Please register for this meal. A list of the simple things needed for the meal will be sent.

PLEASE NOTE: If you will be away on Spring Break, please plan to join us from Grandma's house, the beach, or wherever your family spends time!