Cumming First United Methodist Church seeks to be a place of love and reconciliation for all people without exception. We welcome you to this page of our website and look forward to a time when we can welcome you in person.
Who is Cumming First United Methodist Church?
Cumming FUMC exists to spread the gospel to the world by doing “all the good we can, by the all means we can, in the ways we can, in all the places we can, at all the times we can, to all the people we can, as long as ever we can.” (Paraphrased from Methodist founder John Wesley.)
Cumming FUMC is a diverse congregation with one of the busiest campuses of any church in the area. We strive to serve not only our congregation, but to be in service and ministry to and with the Cumming/Forsyth Community.
On any give day during the week you will find hundreds of children in our Preschool or Vacation Bible School, people gathered for Bible Studies or to create handmade crafts for the Christmas Bazaar. You can see love in action through the Food Pantry in the morning and then attend evening concerts by visiting artists or schools from the surrounding area.
You will undoubtedly find a place where you can worship, serve, and be surrounded by a community of love and forgiveness.
Take a Tour
Although we are pleased to share information with you on this website, nothing can replace personal connections.
We would like to invite you to take a tour of our facilities and to learn more about our ministries first hand. Let us help you find your place at Cumming FUMC.
To schedule a tour with Rev. Kelly Claudon, Minister of Connection & Community, email her at email@example.com
You can also email us with any general questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who Are United Methodists?
Cumming First United Methodist Church is a member congregation of the United Methodist Church; a global denomination born of the Methodism movement of the mid-late 1700’s founded by John Wesley, an Anglican priest in the Church of England. Visit the links for more information about United Methodism and John Wesley.