Coralville Community Food Pantry

Coralville United Methodist Church is a founding member of CCFP, supporting this ministry with our hearts, our hands, and our resources. CCFP provides emergency food assistance to Coralville residents, while promoting community involvement, healthy eating and sustainability.

There are numerous ways to become involved at the food pantry, including:

  • assisting with food distribution
  • stocking shelves
  • repackaging bulk food items
  • cleaning up
  • helping with administrative tasks
  • assistance in marketing, fundraising and graphic design
  • gardening
  • picking up food
  • donating

CCFP also offers many fun activities in the Coralville community for people of all ages! To learn more or to volunteer, visit coralvillefoodpantry.org, or if you have further questions you can contact John Boller at john@coralvillefoodpantry.org.

What's New

Wondering where you fit at CUMC? Come explore the many ways we can make a difference in our church, our neighborhood, our world.


The stories from Texas are heart-breaking, and now we are bracing for similar disasters in Puerto Rico, Florida, and possibly the Carolinas. The number and severity of these hurricanes is extraordinary, and in addition to praying for the victims many of us want to do something more to help.


United Methodists value open hearts and open minds. We believe in engaging faith and how it speaks to our world today, and that science and religion are not mutually exclusive. We are open in our exploration of our faith.

Adults at Coralville UMC come together to explore their personal spirituality on a journey called Pathways. Read more about it here.


After a short summer break, SPLAT! will be back starting Sunday, September 17.  We will plan to meet every Sunday after Brew Crew, at 11:30 am.  All youth, in grades 7-12 are welcome!