Member News
We Remember
Former long time CUMC member, Mary Louise Fisher , entered Life Eternal on Friday, January 24 th . Cards of love and support may be sent to her son, Jon at
Mr. Jon Fisher
705 E. Peninsula Dr
Coppell, TX 75019
Priscilla Haberstroh , long time member of our church has recently returned to her apartment after a recent hospitalization. She would welcome cards and or visits from her church family.
82 Park Edge
Building #8 
Unit B2 Apt 3B
Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922
This Week:
Sunday, February 2 nd Epiphany Gatherings ,4:30 PM - 6PM
Please note there will be no Epiphany Gathering this week.
Please join us on February 9 th at Steve and Kate Davis' home.
Each Sunday evening in the season of Epiphany, we will gather in one of our homes for refreshments, hors d'oeuvre, fellowship and conversation from 4:30 - 6PM. We will end our time together with some reflections on the 4 S’s: Sweet, Sour, Service and Sensing the movement of God. Pastor Jeff will facilitate the reflections on the 4 S’s. Our sharing will widen our understanding of the significant, subtle and diverse ways God reveals Godself to us.
February Hosts :
February 9: Steve and Kate Davis, 79 Pleasant Valley Rd, Mendham 
February 16: Becky and Dave Meyer, 26 Wilson Street, Chatham  
February 23: John and Carolyn Palma, 114 Weston Ave., Chatham
Any questions about our Epiphany Gatherings,
please contact Pastor Jeff at: revjmarkay@earthlink.net
Monday, February 3 rd
  • Weekly Noontime Bible Study, Room 7! Questions? Feel free to contact co-facilitators Associate Pastor Sharon Yarger at scyarger@optonline.net or Dr. SuJung Shin at sshin@nbts.edu

  • SPRC Meeting 7:00 PM, Asbury Room
Tuesday, February4 th
  • Sarah Circle -9:30 AM, Asbury Room: Our speaker will be Alyssa Keifer our Simpson Seminarian
  • Rebecca Circle - 1:30 PM, Asbury Room
Music News
This Sunday, the Covenant Choir and Singing Friends will sing The Potter’s Hand  by Darlene Zschech for the 9:00 a.m. service. The Youth Ringers will also ring Schubert’s Holy is The Lord . The Wesley Ringers will ring Beethoven’s Joyful, Joyful for both services.

Youth Musicians will not practice this Sunday after the first service; the next practice will be Sunday, February, 9 th at 11:15 a.m. in Rodda Hall.

The Ukulele Orchestra will next meet on Saturday, February 8th at 10:30 a.m. in the Music Room. 

Music Director, Peter Hill will perform piano for the Suburban Music Study Club of NJ’s recital at the Madison Public Library’s Chase Room on Thursday, February 13 th at 10:30 a.m. along with Paul Didario, piano, and Angel Notari, voice with John Conte, piano. All are invited to this free recital. For more information go to suburbanmusicstudyclub.com .
For more information about CUMC Music, contact Peter Hill at petepiano@mac.com
Looking Ahead
Wednesday, February 12 th - Taize Prayer Service , 7:30 PM Asbury Room

Tuesday, February 25 th -RISE Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper, 5:30 PM Rodda Hall
News To Share
It's Super Bowl Weekend and a perfect time to help with SouperBowl of Caring!
The SouperBowl of Caring is a way for youth to be involved in helping those in need in their local communities. Through the first Sunday in Lent, March 1 st , there will be a table outside of the Asbury Room for canned goods and monetary donations should be made out to CUMC with SouperBowl of Caring in the memo line and should be placed on the secretary’s desk in the office. Please email Kate Ziegler at swimmergirlrockz@gmail.com so she may keep a tally of the donations.  There is a special need for the following food products:
Canned Protein***Peanut Butter***Jelly
Do you know what a Confirmand Knows?
We likened the Holy Trinity to three equal strands of rope that, when braided together, represent God. How does the intertwining of the Creator, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit fit with your understanding of the Trinity? Do you think all parts of the Trinity were present at creation? In Genesis God said, “Let us make humans in our own image.” Could the us be the Trinity? What adjectives would you use to describe God?
Seeking Candle Makers!
Are you a candle maker or do you know someone who is? We have hundreds of gently and briefly used small white candles from our Christmas Eve services. Rather than discard them, we would like to give them to someone who could recycle and reuse them. Please contact Tom Kitson or the church office.
Community Happenings...
CHATHAM HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS: GODSPELL
On March 26-28 , Chatham High School Theatre Department will present Godspell , composed by Stephen Schwartz with the book by John-Michael Tebelak. This colorful musical brings biblical parables to life and is based primarily on the Gospel of Matthew, and includes the Passion of Christ. This revival features familiar tunes and rocking new jams performed by an all-star cast. Performances will be held Thursday, March 26 at 6:00 p.m., and Friday, March 27 and Saturday, March 28 at 7:30 p.m.

As is CHS Theatre tradition, local senior citizens are invited to attend the final dress rehearsal on Wednesday, March 25 at 3:30 at the CHS Performing Arts Center immediately followed by a complimentary dinner hosted by the Chatham Education Association. Seating for the dress rehearsal is unrestricted, however, dinner reservations are limited to 80. To R.S.V.P. to the senior dinner, please call Debbie Haeringer at (973)701-8037 or email debbie.haeringer@gmail.com by Friday, March 6 . Diners will receive a confirmation call or email.

Tickets for performances are $12.00 for students/senior citizens and $15.00 for adults and can be purchased in advance online at chathamhs.booktix.com starting Monday, March 16.  Tickets will also be available for purchase online until 15 minutes before the performances start and will also be sold at the door one hour before each performance. For more ticket information please email Alexis Irene at airene@chatham-nj.org .
Join New Providence United Methodist Church for a special training program.
Prevent Opiod Overdose
Narcan (Naloxone) Training

Wednesday, March 4th 2020, 6:30 PM
New Providence United Methodist church
1441 Springfield, NJ 07974
NARCAN (Naloxone) is a drug which reverses the effects of an opioid overdose. Register by calling the church office at 908-464-5535. Free Naloxone nasal spray kits to attendees.
CMP News
HOLD THE DATE! CMP Turns 50!
Please mark your calendars for Saturday, April 25, 2020 ! We will celebrate 50 wonderful years of Chatham Methodist Preschool. Our celebration will be from 8PM - 11PM and will include food, drinks, silent auction, and more! Stay tuned, more information to follow! 
CUMC Outreach
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— Chatham United Methodist Church —
460 Main Street
Chatham, NJ-(973) 635-7740