Would you like to become an active member of Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church? There are three ways to join the Cedar Creek Lake church family.
1. PROFESSION OF FAITH AND BAPTISM
A person who begins the Christian life does so through baptism, which is a symbol of God's grace through Jesus Christ. For a young person or an adult, this also is an opportunity to profess one's faith.
2. TRANSFER FROM ANOTHER DENOMINATION
Since you have been baptized into the Christian faith in another denomination, it is not necessary to be rebaptized to celebrate your spiritual growth.
3. TRANSFER FROM ANOTHER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Arrangements will be made to transfer your membership from another United Methodist Church. All of the necessary details will be handled by the church staff.
When you join Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church, you are joining a community. Being a part of any community requires that you commit yourself to that community. At Cedar Creek Lake each new member is asked to make the following commitment:
Will you promise to uphold Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church with yourprayers, your presence, your gifts, your service, and your witness?
By affirmatively answering these questions, new members are committing themselves to the church, but are also being committed to by the members of Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church as well.
Chris (age 34)
Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church is special because the atmosphere that is created by the members of the church helps make my family feel at home.
I like Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church because there are many ways to grow in my relationship with Jesus. I have been blessed to teach an adult Disciple Class that has deepened my love for the Word of God.
Cedar Creek Lake UMC is my church because it is a special place to come and worship God with loving and caring people. We have a wonderful children's program and great adult Disciple classes. There is something for everyone at CCLUMC.
Cedar Creek Lake UMC is special because it offers an abundance of opportunity to do work in God's name without undue pressure to do so.