We CELEBRATE in inspirational worship that stirs our hearts, challenges our minds, and lifts our spirits. Planned and led by clergy and laity of all ages, our worship reflects Christian tradition, yet is innovative, relevant, and unique, and includes challenging sermons. We carry our worship into the world as we connect with our community.

Clifton UMC offers a thriving and diverse program of music and arts, including vocal and handbell choirs, a spring musical series, and children’s drama productions.

The Chancel Choir sings each Sunday during worship and regularly performs at special services. Rehearsals are held Thursdays from 6-7:30 p.m.

The Choir will begin 2017 singing at early service during Jan-Feb and will rehearse at 8:45 on Sundays. March – April the choir will sing at second service, rehearsing at 10:30.

New voices welcome!

The Handbell Choir rings in Worship once a month and rehearses on Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m. Basic music reading required. New ringers welcome!

There are many opportunities to use your musical talents and gifts as vocal or instrumental soloists or in ensembles throughout the year!

Meaningful imagery is a part of our worship and work.

From the children’s Christmas program to writing group readings in worship, from the Hairspray series last summer to this Lent’s “Come to the Garden” series based on The Secret Garden, visual, musical, dramatic, and written expressions convey our message.