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Covenant Caller

December 1, 2016

Of all the times of the year, the Christmas season seems to be surrounded by more traditions than any other. Some of the traditions originate in our family, some are traditions of the church, while others are community based. The traditions seem to be important to us: some bring back precious memories, while others have lost their original meaning. Do you understand why any given tradition is important to you?

Let me share with you an Anderman Family tradition and why it is important to me. For my family, Christmas is not complete without grandma’s flaming plum pudding. As long as I can remember, my grandmother (my mother’s mother) always spent Christmas at our house. She would devote the month of December to making all kinds of delicious cookies and then once she arrived at our house she began making the plum pudding.


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Our Mission Statement

The purpose of Covenant United Methodist Church is to be a vital and inclusive Christian community of faith that reaches out through the love of Jesus Christ to make disciples of all people through ministries of service, learning, and worship.

Sunday Spotlight

This Sunday

Please join us for worship on Sunday at 8:15 or 10:45 am and adult or children's Sunday school at 9:15 am.

Loaves & Fishes Collection

Suggested collection items:

These items are always needed at the Food Pantry:
peanut butter, 100% juice, jelly (plastic jars), applesauce (plastic jars), spaghetti sauce (cans)

Collection boxes are located in the Kingswood Building vestibule and in the alcove between Wesley Hall and the Sanctuary.