methodist crossChrist Church United Methodist

1717 Yulupa Ave.
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Corner of Hoen and Yulupa
707-542-2569
office@srchristchurch.org
Office Hours: T-TH 9am-2pm


Worship Sundays 9:30 AM


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Ministries

Christ Church United Methodist provides many opportunities for congregants to feed their souls and to minister to one another.
people walking the CCUM labyrinth
Our Santa Rosa Labyrinth, designed by Lea Goode Harris, provides a unique opportunity for meditation and centering. The Press Democrat wrote an informative article about our labyrinth that you can still read.

Our HandiCraft Circle meets on Fridays. CCUM members join together to make many useful or simply beauty handicraft items while enjoying fellowship with one another.
4 ladies crocheting

"We have great fun sharing stories and knitting items we sometimes give away." - Chlele Gummer

"We share craft hints and enjoy each other's company - and stories." - Lois Nimmo


CCUM Kids All Saints

Our Family Life Ministries offer children's programs tailored to the individual needs of our youth. Typical Sunday activities include Children’s Time during the church service, Music time, the lesson for the day and craft/play activities.

The Family Life Ministry team and kids partner with local and national charity organizations. Our goal is to help our kids feel the presence of God and learn about Jesus’ teachings in a positive, loving, fun environment.

CCUM Kids Painting Sugar Skulls

EarthKeepers prepare to plant
EarthKeepers LogoThe Earth is God's amazing gift to us! Our Earthkeepers remind us of this gift and the call on us to be faithful ecological stewards. This group focuses on sustainability, energy efficiency and education. They have led our participation in community-wide events such as the 10/10/10 Global Work day. Through speakers, conferences, educational opportunities and Earth Day worship services our Earthkeepers invite us to put our faith to work for the Earth!
EarthKeepers reading a prayer

ladies discussing book at meeting


To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
The Girl You Left Behind by JoJo Moyes
Worth Fighting For by Rory Fanning
Transatlantic by Colum McCann
Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline
Our Women's Book Group meets once a month to discuss thought-provoking books. The previously discussed titles displayed at left explore the issues of racism, immigration, war, life as a orphan in the mid-19th century, and a soldier's intellectual journey across America.