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Getting to Know Us

We are pleased you are visiting and hope you get to know a little about us through these pages.

Convenient Location

We are located in Arlington, Virginia, just minutes from the Clarendon Metro. Drop by for a visit.

Living Love

Our church-wide Living Love focus has officially launched! Many new initiatives are on the way as we seek to take our love to the next level. Click below for more information!

Upcoming Events

46th Annual Messiah Sing-Along

Sunday, November 26, 2017 - 7:00pm

You are invited to attend the 46th Annual Messiah Sing-Along, The Christmas Portion [Part I],  being held on Sunday, November 26, at 7:00pm, conducted by Richard Giarusso with full orchestra and soloists. There is no admission charge for the performance; however, a $20.00 donation is suggested. A reception will follow the evening's events. Childcare is available and we are handicapped accessible. Free parking is available in the lot across the street from the church. We are located close to the Clarendon Metro.  

Social Justice Book Club - Waking up White and finding myself in the story of race

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 -
7:30pm to 9:00pm

Come join the discussion of this enlighting and distrubing book by Debby Irving as she learns about herself and others in relation to race in America.  All are welcome.  

Christmas Tree Sales

Saturday, November 25, 2017 - 11:00am to Sunday, December 10, 2017 - 9:00pm

CUMC will be selling fresh Christmas Trees beginning the day after Thanksgiving until they are all sold. This activity will fund our Outreach projects and raise moneyfor Rise Against Hunger (formally Stop Hunger Now), AFAC, and other ministries that help the poor. You can help by volunteering to assist in setting up the tree displays, working a sales shift, andmore. Sales dates: Nov 25th - Dec 10th Hours:  Saturdays 11am-7pm; Sundays 12-6pm; Weeknights: 6-9pm. Click here to volunteer to help, thank-you in advance. 

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