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Welcome to the website for the Bourne Cataumet United Methodist Parish! Our parish includes the Bourne United Methodist Church on Sandwich Road in Bourne village, and the Cataumet United Methodist Church on County Road in Cataumet.

We post our weekly announcements, sermons, and upcoming events, so check back often to see what’s going on in our parish!

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WHAT’S NEW: (updated October 30, 2014)

Read the October 15th letter from Bishop Sudarshana Devadhar here regarding the upcoming vote about casinos in Massachusetts.

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November 16th, 2014 is going to be a Day of Prayer for Africa. Read more about it here.

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Imagine No Malaria’s Involvement with the Ebola Crisis in West Africa

Imagine No Malaria is a project of the United Methodist Church globally to which we have contributed locally. Read more here about how the recent outbreak of Ebola is related to the longer struggle to eradicate malaria…

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Watch Past Worship Services Online!

Watch our past services online, thanks to Bourne Community Television. Our services are recorded every week, alternating between Bourne and Cataumet. Visit the link below, and search for Bourne United Methodist Church or Cataumet United Methodist Church, find the service you’d like to see and click “view”:

http://www.bournecommunitytv.org/programs.aspx

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We’re here to love, serve, worship, and get to know Jesus Christ better together. We’re the local church – one parish in two locations – all are welcome.

The Bourne United Methodist Church and the Cataumet United Methodist Church invite you to join in our worship, our fellowship, and our ministries.

Come as you are, worship with us, stay for coffee hour…

As part of the Christian church called United Methodists we seek to practice Christian faith, hope, and love with open hearts, open minds, open doors.

Our hope and our prayer is that all who enter our doors will feel the Spirit of God and the warmth of friendship.

Please contact either church office if we can be of service to you in any way.

Pastor: Rev. Tim Atwater