If you are looking for a way to reach out, for reasons to come in, or for a faith community near you ... our hearts, minds, and doors are always open. We all share a faith in Jesus Christ, but the Church encourages us to think for ourselves, so we don't necessarily share the same opinions about every faith issue or social concern. We aren't striving to be all the same, but we are striving to work together to make a significant difference in the world.
Our services and missions are as diverse as our membership. The Chardon United Methodist Church is alive with family involvement, as you can see from browsing our website. We welcome you to visit any of our traditional or contemporary services or to participate in any of our activities.
Reign Forecast Performance
Friday, July 31st @ 7:00-9:00 pm
On Chardon Square
Reign Forecast will perform as part of the Summer Concert Series. Let’s support them by filling the grounds!!
Listening Opportunity Meetings with Pastor Tom
Pastor Tom would like to meet with each of you in a small group setting in order to get to know you better, listen to your Heart’s desires, hopes and thoughts about Chardon UMC. Meetings will be in host homes or at the church, usually 7-8:30pm with a few Sat morning meetings. Please review the list of dates below and sign up on the sheets at the church or call the church office to schedule for one of the meetings. More dates will be scheduled in September as needed. Hope to see you all at one of these meetings.
Steve & Judy Bidgood, 12145 S. Wintergreen
Bob & Beth Emmons, 125 North Street
UMW (All Women Welcome), Chardon UMC
Men’s time out, Chardon UMC
Dale & Laura Diemer, 10360 Sawmill Dr.
Bruce & Susan Bennett, 12202 Aquilla Rd
Ric & Pam White small group, Chardon UMC
Don & Jennifer Mayer, 11701 Tall Pines Dr.
August 10, 2015 @ 12:00 noon
Bass Lake Lodge, 11445 Lakeview Drive, Chardon
Celebrate Summer with fellowship! Please bring a dish to share along with your own place setting and drink. An informative program will be presented by the park district. Watch for more details!
We give thanks that our ASP team returned safely, and that they were successful in their efforts to improve housing conditions for some in Appalachia. This was our 38th year participating in ASP (Appalachia Service Project). Our trip was in Martin County, Kentucky this year. ASP is our largest national youth service project. We took a team of 18 people to Martin County, KY this year (3 work teams). Our work included a variety of jobs. We were joined by 3 other church groups at the ASP center, and the ASP staff were great to work with. We were also blessed to have the Chicago church group work with us at one work site.
Our youth returned talking of hard work, bad weather, lots of fun, and good family experiences. We had minimal injuries and enjoyed getting to know the families that we were sent to help. On Sunday, July 19th, we shared (with our congregation) how the hope and faith of these families touched both our youth and their leaders.
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If you hear God calling you to this type of service, please join us for ASP 2016! Contact John Eltzroth at
or 440-479-1300 for registration information.
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