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Love · Grow · Serve

At Coralville United Methodist Church we believe that we are all children of God, created by God with our many differences, and that all are welcome at God’s table. We are an inter-generational, diverse community that is grounded in God’s unconditional love, committed to helping one another grow, and devoted to serving God’s people by working for justice and peace.

Whether young or old, rich or poor, filled with hope or despair, seeker or skeptic, we have a place for you at our table. We are a church that accepts you as you are and challenges you to grow further, while offering the support of a caring community of people who are on that same journey toward God. Wherever you are in that journey – whatever your faith tradition may be – you are always welcome at Coralville United Methodist Church! Na wote mnakaribiswa!

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Did you know that CUMC has a vital African ministry?


The Council of Bishops is encouraging intentional engagement by United Methodists worldwide by asking everyone to pause and pray each day for the special-called General Conference from 2:23 through 2:26 a.m. or p.m.


The United Methodist Council of Bishops has joined other faith organizations in asking the U.S. government to end its policy of separating immigrant families. Read the statement here.

Our United Methodist immigration ministry, Justice for our Neighbors (JFON), is working to help our immigrant, refugee, and asylum-seeking neighbors obtain safety, protection, and freedom. If you would like to donate to JFON through UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief), please click here. 100% of your gift goes to National JFON.  


On Friday the Council of Bishops recommended changes to United Methodist polity that will allow our denomination to move forward in unity. 


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