Centerport United Methodist Church

Our Sunday School curriculum focuses on the stories from the Old and New Testaments!


We offer Christian Education/Spiritual Formation classes for all young persons during the worship service.  Our classes are each led by a team of dedicated teachers using relevant and interesting curricula.  Our age groupings are as follows:



Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade

3rd, 4th & 5th Grades

6th & 7th Grades

8th Grade - Confirmation

9th - 12th Grades


Each class is taught by a team of teachers.  There are always at least two adults in each classroom. For information or additional questions, please contact our Sunday School Co-Superintendents, Sandy Ciafardini and Kim Burton.

Communion Classes for Children
April 29 from 2 - 4 PM
Please click .pdf form below for additional information

Friday Morning Prayer & Bible Study has ended, but may resume in May.



7 PM MONDAYS - 8 weeks


Based on the book by Tim Keller,

“Walking with God through Pain and Suffering”


    Sign up sheets are on the table in the hallway.  Speak to Craig 

Marcott, Diane Miecnikowski, or Gary Roiland for more information.  

Here is the link on Youtube: 

Ongoing Bible Studies

Revelation on Mondays at 7 PM here at CUMC and Disciple Fast Track also at 7 PM but on Thursdays at the Roilands.

Men's Discussion Group

The Men’s Group will now be meeting on Wednesday mornings at 7:30 AM.

They have a great time reading and discussing books with a focus on men in relation to God, family and just about everything else. They have fun, fellowship, lively discussions and learn more about God and life at the same time.

Besides brains they use brawn to sponsor Church events such as the recent Tom Adams Annual Blessing of the Animals Day. Tom was a inspirational member of the group and mentor to all of us in so many ways.

For any of you guys who wish to learn more about them and hopefully join the group, please see John Henderson or Frank Lehmann. You certainly will not regret it.

We are a Safe Sanctuary Church!

What does that mean?  Click on the document below.