information for Guests
- A Place for You.
If you're new to CUMC, or are considering joining us for a service, we hope you'll find a place where you will be warmly welcomed and accepted.
You matter to God—and you matter to us, too! Whether you are a long-time Christian or someone who is just beginning to ask questions about Christ, you are
- What time are services?
11:00 a.m. First, Second, Third and Fifth Sundays
9:00 a.m. Fourth Sunday
9:00 a.m. Second Sunday at Canton Bend
11:00 a.m. Fourth Sunday at Canton Bend
Our CUMC services are available via Live Stream each Sunday at 11 am (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 5th Sundays) and 9 am (4th Sundays) on our Facebook Page
The recorded message will be available by Tuesday the following week on our website camdenumc.com.
- What time is Sunday School?
- How do I get to Camden United Methodist Church?
Our church is located within the city limits of Camden, AL. We are on the corner of Broad St. and Clifton St. (127 Broad Street) A map is available here. Please call us at 334-682-4478 if you need further assistance in locating Camden United Methodist Church.
- Which entrance should I use?
Everyone is invited to use the main entrance, which is the set of double doors facing Broad St. Individuals who would rather use an entrance way without stairs, please use the entrance facing Clifton St.
- Where should I park?
There is a parking lot to the east of the Church. Parking is also available along the streets adjacent to the building and across the street in the bank parking lot.
- How should I dress?
Please feel free to come to Church in whatever makes you comfortable. Many in the congregation wear their 'Sunday best' for worship, but you are welcome in any clothing you wear. We hope you join us, no matter the attire.
- What should I bring to Church?
There is no need to bring anything but yourself. Some of the congregation bring their own Bibles to annotate along with the sermon. Do keep in mind that there are Bibles and hymnals available in the pews should you wish to follow along with any part of the worship. In addition, most songs, scripture, and readings will be projected digitally for your convenience. In fact, the pews also hold pencils and the bulletin has a sermon outline with empty spaces for notes and plenty of room for your own thoughts.
- What about my young children?
We are happy to provide services ranging from a nursery service on Sunday mornings to a number of programs for children throughout the week. More information is available here: Children and Youth.