Dating back to 1843, the Coraopolis United Methodist Church serves the small towns west of Pittsburgh with a very active ministry.
The United Methodist Church is a global Christian church with a presence in nearly 130 countries and 12 million members. They believe that salvation is the act of God's grace entirely, from invitation, to pardon, to growth in holiness. Furthermore, God's prevenient, justifying and sanctifying grace interact dynamically in the lives of Christians from birth to death.
The Coraopolis United Methodist Church (CUMC) has been in its present building since 1925, and has an Austin pipe organ which was financed in part by Andrew Carnegie. The church, adjacent to the Coraopolis Memorial Library, hosts a number of community and civic groups, including Meals On Wheels, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, Boy Scouts and the Sounds Of Pittsburgh Chorus, among others.
CUMC has an established and well-recognized ministry of music which includes six different music groups. The music ministry proudly hosts local, national, and international recitalists throughout the year.
The church office is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Free off-street parking is adjacent to church.