A Reconciling Congregation

Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors

Welcome!

Coralville United Methodist Church believes, consistent with our commitment to love, grow and serve, that we are all children of God, created by God with our many differences, and that all are welcome at God’s table.  We recognize that God’s love is not limited. Likewise, we welcome and affirm people of all ages, races, ethnicities, cultures, gender identities, sexual orientations, physical and mental abilities, and socio-economic status.

We believe that prejudice, hatred, or discrimination directed toward any individual or group is contrary to the life and spirit of Jesus Christ.  Therefore, we shall work to eliminate prejudice and discriminatory practices within ourselves and our community, and to show grace, in Jesus’ name.  We will minister to all persons in all the ways of the church.

We proclaim ourselves a reconciling ministry, and welcome all who seek a relationship with God.  We’re glad you are here!

 

 

What's New

We will be streaming live from Facebook on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m.! Join us! You can always find our Facebook page by clicking the icon at the top of this website. Or, you can find it here.  Hymns and lyrics are available for you here: September 20 Songs for Worship


Hello kids! Our Sunday September 20 Kids.Connect class with Ms. Jennifer is ready! It's called Kids of the Kingdom - Fine Pearls. Find it here! 

All Kids.Connect Sunday school classes and Midweek messages are archived on this website under Kids.Connect messages and classes


Now there are three ways for you to make contributions to CUMC!


At Coralville UMC we affirm people of all ages, races, ethnicities, cultures, gender identities, sexual orientations, physical and mental abilities, and socio-economic status. We believe that prejudice, hatred, or discrimination directed toward any individual or group is contrary to the life and spirit of Jesus Christ.  Therefore, we shall work to eliminate prejudice and discriminatory practices within ourselves and our community, and to show grace, in Jesus’ name.

We stand together in solidarity with the family of George Floyd and with people of color in our congregation, our communities, and around the world. 

You can read the statement released by our Bishop, Laurie Haller, and the Appointive cabinet, here