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Worship Schedule: 9 AM Sunday School; 10:15 AM Worship Service

Mission statement: To make disciples of Jesus Christ and to serve God by sharing Compassion, Hope, and Love

Christ United Methodist Church, located in the heart of Alliance, Ohio, has its origins over 170 years ago, yet remains an active part of the region's faith community.

Come visit us on a Sunday morning for worship service or Sunday school. Find out more about our many outreach and service ministries, locally and afar. Find out what we've been up to and what's coming up soon.

Upcoming Events

  • Breakfast for the Soul

    posted 3/3/2017
    The Explorers Sunday School class will be providing a free, hot breakfast to community children and their families on Sunday mornings beginning March 5. During and after breakfast, the children will participate in Sunday School activities, and the adult family members can either join an adult Sunday School class or stay in fellowship hall for a brief time of devotions and prayer. We would like to invite all church members to come and join us for breakfast and to visit with our guests at 8:45. Hope to see you all there!
  • Community Lenten Services

    posted 3/3/2017
    Local United Methodist Churches are joining together to have Sunday evening Lenten services at 6:30pm. This is a wonderful to worship in new places and with new people.
    • 3/5 Bolton UMC, Rev. Cora Lee Cox
    • 3/12 Christ UMC, Pastor Neil Orchard
    • 3/19 Salem UMC (Alliance), Rev. David Andrews
    • 3/26 Lexington UMC, Rev. Stephanie Lee
    • 4/2 Union Ave UMC, Rev. Bob Miller
    • 4/9 Beechwood UMC, Rev. Scott Hayward
  • March Events

    posted 3/3/2017

    Sundays 8:45am-Breakfast! March 5 until Easter.
    Mar 19-One Great Day of Music: All-music worship service.
    Mar 19-Salvation Army Chuckwagon: Bring your canned food or other donation for the food bank.
    Easter Lily: order forms in weekly bulletins.
  • Transforming Congregational Culture

    posted 3/3/2017
    The Administration Council will be studying the book Transforming Congregation Culture by Anthony B. Robinson. Also, the Friendship II Sunday School will be reading this book during Lent. Everyone in the church is invited to read along or to sit in on the Friendship II class on Sunday mornings.
  • Year of Prayer

    posted 2/25/2017
    Join us in our Year of Prayer as we explore different forms of prayer each month. Each week we publish a guide to accompany the scripture reading. Missed a week or want to review? It's all here: Year of Prayer
  • UMW Prayer Buddies

    posted 3/17/2017
    As part of the Year of Prayer Initiative, United Methodist Women will be praying for Christ Church’s leadership and staff members throughout 2017. It has been said that praying for a church is like filling a balloon with helium, the more it is filled, the more it will soar. We’re excited to see our church soar, benefiting from the encouragement and intercessory prayer from this group of dedicated women.
  • Help Our Garden Grow!

    posted 1/27/2017
    Did you know that CUMC operates a community garden next to our parking lot? Anyone interested in the CUMC Community Garden should contact the church office or Dave Austin. We are looking for suggestions, helpers, gardeners who want plots, and people who have sun-loving plants and shrubs to make the lot more attractive.
  • The Excitement is Building!

    posted 1/27/2017
    CUMC is again part of the Apostle Build team with the Alliance Area Habitat for Humanity. This marks Alliance's fourth Apostle Build - a project involving 12 or more churches working together to build a home, offering labor, funds, and prayer. If you would like to help, contact the church office or Mark Locke.
  • UMYF Resumes; Suppers Needed

    posted 9/23/2016
    UMYF has started up again for the 2016-17 school year, which means we are in need of volunteers to do snack supper for the youth. Supper is served at 6:00 pm on Sunda evenings for approximately 12 people. See the sign up sheet in Fellowship Hall or the Lounge for available dates and ideas. Thank you for supporting our youth!
  • Help the Alliance of Churches help others

    posted 9/10/2016
    Did you know the Alliance of Churches helps needful families in the Alliance/Marlington area with their utilities and rent payments? They would be grateful for any monetary support that we can provide on a steady basis. One-time contributions are also appreciated! Checks should be made payable to the Alliance of Churches and can be placed either in the offering plate or given to the church office.
  • Free Community Dinner

    We are happy to be entering our 2nd year hosting a free dinner, each Tuesday at 5:30 PM. Five churches take turns providing the meals: Union Ave. United Methodist, St. Joseph's Catholic, Alliance Friends, St. Paul's Lutheran, and ourselves: Christ United Methodist.