Worship @ Cameron Church
Our open and welcoming worship service is held each Sunday at 9:00 a.m. Our family friendly worship is a blend of traditional and contemporary in a relaxed atmosphere. We have activity bags for children who wish to remain in the service with their families. Our worship is engaging and interactive, and seeks to connect the community with God, leading us to serve the wider communities in which we live.
Each Sunday we sing a combination of traditional and newer hymns, with special music ranging from Bluegrass to Jazz to Country to Rock.
We share our celebrations and concerns in order to hold the community in prayer and connect us in spirit throughout the week. We light candles as a community, honoring the Divine presence in our midst.
Contemporary Wisdom is offered by a congregation member in connection to the Sunday’s sermon theme, and Ancient Wisdom in the form of scripture is read. Messages range from current events and topics to the study of scripture and its relevance in our lives today. The messages are often interactive and conversational, inviting worshipers to fully engage in the service.
As a United Methodist Church, our communion table is open and all are welcome and invited to share.
9:30 AM Worship & Sunday School for Elementary age children
10:45 AM A time for food and conversation following worship in the Community Room
Good People, Great Conversation, Above-Average Coffee and Snacks
Everyone is Welcome!
Child Care (off the community room) is available for infants and young children during worship. Children and Youth are invited to begin the morning in Sunday School downstairs and join their parents in worship for Children’s Moments. Each Sunday we end our worship service together as a community.
Upcoming Worship Themes
Summer Sermon Series ~ Those Darn Things We Say…
Ever thought about the common phrases we hear so often, and perhaps speak often, that we don’t actually give much thought to what they mean. Or the sayings we think are Biblical, but may not actually be from scripture. This summer, Rev. Jessica explores a few of these phrases, delving into their history, their meaning, and questions if we really mean what we say.
July 5 — “God helps those who help themselves”
July 12 — “Love the sinner, hate the sin”
July 19 — “Everything happens for a reason”
July 26 — “Cleanliness is next to Godliness”
August 2 — “God won’t give you more than you can handle”
August 9 — “All things work together for good”
August 16 — “Money is the root of all evil”
August 23 — “It’s all part of God’s plan”
August 30 — “To thine own self be true”