What We Believe
OUR SACRAMENTS & BELIEFS
We are part of The United Methodist Church, a Christian denomination grounded in Wesleyan theology. For a quick look about sacraments, see below. For a more detailed look and to learn more about the beliefs of The United Methodist Church HERE.
Holy Communion is a means of God’s grace. We share in the fellowship of bread and juice in remembrance of Jesus Christ and share in the Sacrament, an outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace. In the Sacrament of Holy Communion, we encounter the Presence of Christ in the elements, the communing and in community.
You do not need to be a member of Cave Spring UMC or any church to share in Holy Communion with us. We believe that the grace of God in Christ is found as we share in both the act of communion as well as in communing together.
CSUMC also has a team that is dedicated to sharing communion with those who cannot attend worship services. For more information please contact the church office.
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
The United Methodist Church is part of the Church Universal. All are welcome to attend its service, receive Holy Communion, and after taking vows, be baptized and received into membership.
Denominational practices and standards are set by our General Conference that convenes every four years. Delegates to that conference are elected by clergy and lay delegates from local churches gathered in the regional annual conferences.
Cave Spring UMC’s columbarium is a dignified place of peace, beauty, and a fitting memorial to departed loved ones.
The columbarium is located along Hazel Drive and is enclosed by a low brick wall for privacy. You can access the columbarium from the lower level of the church or from outside by an iron gate bearing the motif of a cross.
Each internment niche is covered by a granite face plate upon which the names and dates of birth and death of the deceased are engraved.
4505 HAZEL DR.
ROANOKE, VA 24018
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