Centerport United Methodist Church

The Centerport UMC youth fellowship is for young persons in grades 7 - 12.  We have approximately 35 young people actively involved in the group, which meets most Sunday evenings from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.

Youth Group participating in one of our fabulous 30 Hour Famine programs. Great job!!

Notes from MYF

Happy Spring!!!!!

    Spring continues with a glorious April for the MYF. The MYF hosted their Annual Easter Sunrise Service at Centerport Beach. Although it was a rainy morning, about 100 of our close family and friends from the community joined us to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ!!!! Thank you to Leap of Faith for playing for us. Thank you to Barbara Wohleking for ordering us our flowers and preparing communion!! We are blessed!


Thank you to all who have donated to our Mini-Ramp. We are building it board by board with all of your help!!! We will build it until it done so we thank you CUMC for you support!!


May promises to be a busy month! We are helping with the Blessing of the Animals so come on out with your pet on Sunday, May 5!


We will also be hosting our Annual Mother's Day Breakfast so we hope you join us. We are changing our menu up a little and can't wait to share and serve all of the Mother's out there!


We've shared some great meals and great conversations this Spring. We may be a smaller number this year, but we are strong and close in our relationship with each other and God!!


Remember.….6th-12th graders are welcome! 



 We meet every Sunday in the youth room 5-7 pm.  Come and join us!!!!! 

Gina and Ted


Over more than six decades we’ve learned that the best way to fight hunger is to give families the tools they need to put food on their own tables year round. Our goal for children and families is food security. That means they can be confident about where their next meal is coming from — and that they get enough nutritious food to live an active, healthy life. Specifically, this means that the funds you donate help World Vision:

¨ Teach parents improved farming techniques.

¨ Equip families to grow healthier, more abundant

crops and livestock.

¨ Provide access to clean water for nutritious


¨ Run malnutrition centers when there’s a food


¨ Distribute emergency food supplies when

there’s a disaster.