Plan on joining us Saturday, June 1st for our Fun Family Game Night!

It will be held right here at TRUMC starting at 4PM. There will be refreshements and games, but feel free to bring your favorite to share with the group.

FMI: email

Plan on having fun!!

    Pastor:  Linda Brewster                     Church Office:  207-829-3766                                 Organist:  Luann Lawler                  
    Phone: 207-807-2210                     Church Secretary:  Carrie Jowett                               Choir Director:  Sarah Soule
    Email:              Office email:          Custodian:  Wahneta Dahlgren
                                         Youth Coordinator:  Jennifer Bement         Lay Leaders: Marian Wilmot & Charlene Post




We are a lively fellowship with a deep love for Christ and an unwavering call to compassionate service in Jesus' name.  We invite you to join us every Sunday at 9:30AM at 52 Tuttle Road Cumberland Center, ME.

We are an Open & Affirming church. All are welcome! Loving & Knowing God, Loving People, Serving the World.

 "With God all things are Possible" - Matthew 19:26

We hope you will join our Youth Ministry for a New Year full of Amazing Possibilities! Each week we explore living & loving the way Jesus did and calls us to do.

Please visit our Youth Ministry Page for the latest information on all of their learning and fun!

WELCOME to Tuttle Road United Methodist Church

Looking Ahead

Daily: The Lord's Prayer at Noon

Sundays: Worship at 9:30AM

Mondays: Bible Study 10AM

Tuesdays: AA at 7PM

Wednesdays: Worship Planning 5:30PM; Choir 7:00PM

Saturdays: AA at 8:30AM

Special Events:

May 27th: Memorial Day!

June 1st: Family Fun Night 4PM


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We hope you will join us!



Memorial Day is Right Around the Corner...

Memorial Day has special meaning, to remember and honor  those who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. 

May God bless all of those currently serving in the United States Armed Forces, and their families. "Be strong and corageous; do not be frightened or dismayed, for the LORD you God is with you wherever you go." - Joshua 1:9