Contact Us

  • Phone: 919.969.8820
  • Email:
  • Address: 800 Market Street  |  Chapel Hill, NC 27713

Service Times

  • Sundays: 8:30, 9:45, 11am, and 7pm


    "...and to SEND Christian disciples into the world."

The last line of our mission statement explicitly states our commitment to share Christ's message with others.  CUMC is committed to doing that in the context of our own community as well as the world beyond Chapel Hill.  

You can keep up with our mission teams by reading the missions blog!

If you are interested in more opportunities to serve check out our GoOD WORKS booklet here.

Download the 2017 Missions Application for Funds here.



Habitat for Humanity
Chatham Habitat Contact:  Ed Harland  
Orange Habitat Contact:  John Germain
 or Robert Amico     On Saturday work days, help provide adequate housing for low income families in Orange and Chatham Counties.  No construction experience is necessary.  

Cinderella's Closet 
Contact: or 919-969-8820
Each spring, volunteers "Turn Dresses into Dreams" for high school girls who could not otherwise afford to attend their prom.  Even more than a dress, this project provides a fabulous opportunity to show God’s love and grace to 80 high school girls from the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools.

Interfatih Council (IFC) Breakfasts 
Contact: Dawn Streets
Each Sunday, since Christ Church's inception, teams of 5 people prepare and serve breakfast at the homeless shelter in downtown Chapel Hill.  Beginning at 6 am, the crew prepares scrambled eggs, roasted potatoes, toast & sweet rolls, sausage, grits, juice, and fresh fruit that is served to 75-90 hungry people.  A six-month, rotating volunteer schedule is created each January and June.

Faith Connections On Mental Illness
A group of people from churches throughout our community who determine ways faith communities can better minister to people with mental illness and their families.   These individuals seek to remove the stigma related to mental illness and to advocate on behalf of those with these conditions.  Contact Doug and Katherine Kubel ( )

Individuals and families participate in outings to area farms to harvest crops that are then given to the needy in our community.  This activity is great for people of all ages.  

A hunger prevention program which gives participating children loaner backpacks on Fridays that contain healthy food for the weekend.  On Mondays, the backpacks are returned to be filled again.  Go to TABLE to find out more. 

Helping Hands
Contact Ken Reeb, 918-3929
Work teams from Christ Church gather quarterly to tackle small one day construction projects for older and disabled neighbors throughout Orange and Chatham counties.  Experienced team leaders guide those who are less experienced.  All are welcome.  

Angel Tree 
Contact: Sarah Cameron
Annual Christmas gift tree helping local families in need to have a brighter Christmas. 
If you are a family in need of Angel Tree gifts please come to our church office to fill out information during October 3rd - October 21st, 2016.

The Pastor's Benevolence Fund 
Contact:  Maggie Ivancic,
Provides emergency assistance to those in need. 

Youth Mission Trips

Our Youth Team leads two youth mission trips each summer:  one for middle school students and one for high school students.


Mission 1:27
Our church has a sponsorship with an orphanage in Russia through Children's Hope Chest.  The beauty of this mission is the lasting relationship formed with these orphans through letter-writing, sponsoring a child, and trips in the spring and fall.  To read all about Mission 1:27, click here.

Beyond Our Borders (BOB)
Contact:  Ed Harland,   
               Jim Anderson, 
Join this group of CUMC members working with missions outside the U.S.  Currently, BOB is working with five different missions in Londrina, Brazil, one in Nicaragua, and one in the Ukraine.  Click here to learn more.  

Compassion Med International (CMI) 
Contact: Jean, 
CMI is a local, non-profit Christian organization whose purpose is to provide international medical relief around the world. CMI believes that we should “ . . . comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received from God” (2 Cor 1:3-4).