Join us for bible study. Every Tuesday at 1pm in Fellowship Hall. Each group meeting is designed to stand on its own. No previous attendance is needed – so come and enjoy our time together.
COVID guidelines when inside building
For those desiring the highest protection, in addition to masking, please pick up a RED tag to wear. This will signal to others that you wish to maintain 6-foot distancing from others.
For those being moderately cautious, masking will be the signal to others to give you some space, but not necessarily 6 feet.
If you are comfortable without a mask, that is acceptable, and signals that you are ready to get back to normal contact.
We ask that everyone respect where others stand in the COVID fight
Come Join Us For Worship
every Sunday Morning at 10:00AM
In our home, there is always room at our table.
Charlton City United Methodist Church has been part of the Charlton community since the 1790s, with a rich history deeply rooted in the town. Our mission statement has always been to be a Bible centered community, growing in faith and sharing the love of Jesus Christ with our neighbors. Wherever you are in your faith journey, you are welcome here.
Our worship is available live in our sanctuary and on Facebook
have a question?
What does CCUMC believe?
What happens when I'm a member?
Who are we as Methodists?
First and foremost, everyone will be and is welcome, loved, and accepted because God is love. Our church has decided to uphold the original hope and spirit of the Methodist movement: we teach the basics of the Christian faith and strive toward greater holiness in Christ and grace together and, beyond that, we do not expect nor require universal theological agreement. Our spiritual journey with Christ is most important to us. Everyone is on a journey. Therefore, again, all are welcome, loved, and accepted in God’s grace no matter theological, sexual, racial, gender, or ethnic orientation or background.
Pastor John Lucy
"Hello, my name is John H.D. Lucy, and I'm the pastor here at Charlton City UMC. I'm originally from Hudson, MA, before I met my wife, Danielle, at St. Michael's College in Vermont and then completed my studies at Wesley Theological Seminary in D.C. Danielle and I have been married since 2014 and have two cute, funny, shy but loving boys named Sebastian and Soren. I'm essentially a teenage convert to faith in Christ and I tried running away from the call God placed on my life to be a pastor. So I come to faith from a place of doubt and skepticism, of intellectual questioning. I know that God can handle our questions and doubts; I know that God loves us even when we wander; I know that God seeks the lost. God is good. And I will love nothing more than walking with you on your journey, wherever it has taken you so far, to find and experience the fullness of God's grace. I'm looking forward to meeting you, chatting with you, and praying with and for you." More . . .