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Welcome to the C.M.E. Department of Christian Education Website. This site has been created to produce and provide connectional resources for our denomination and others. The department of Christian Education is committed to age level teaching ministry. Our goal is to make disciples through "events that form and transform."

Formation + Nurture + Leadership = Mission

 
 _____Upcoming Events________

Phillips School of Theology
19th Annual Pastors' Conference
& 71st Founders' Day Convocation
January 12-15, 2015
Sheraton Gateway Atlanta Airport Hotel
 
 

2015 Connectional Youth & Young Adult Week

January 25 - February 1, 2015

Theme:  "GO" (Matthew 28:19)

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Department of Christian Education

2014 Quadrennial Report
As presented by Carmichael Crutchfield, Ph.D., General Secretary at the 37th Quadrennial Session and 38th General Conference of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church convening in the Baltimore Convention Center (June 29, 2014)

 

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Sunday School Lesson:  "A Call to Unity"
Presented by
Carmichael Crutchfield, Ph.D., General Secretary

& Charles L. Coney, Certified Christian Educator

Christian Methodist Episcopal Church

Department of Christian Education

at the 37th Quadrennial Session & 38th General Conference

(Sunday, June 29, 2014)

 

 

 

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"Why Do I ‘Still’ Go To Sunday School?"
Carmichael Crutchfield, Ph.D.
General Secretary,
Department of Christian Education CME Church
June 2014

 

     All of my siblings tell the story of our growing up at Barrs Chapel CME Church in Como, Tennessee where all seven of us were lined up on a pew each Sunday morning for Sunday school and worship.  For as long as we can remember our daddy, the deceased Mr. W.T. Crutchfield (much later became Rev.), who was the adult teacher and our momma Mrs. Zora Crutchfield faithfully took us to Sunday school. 

 

     After college, as a young adult, I still went to Sunday school and often taught.  After I got married I still went to Sunday school.  When I accepted the call to preach I still went to Sunday school.  When I became a pastor I still went to Sunday school.  (Click here for the remainder of this article).

 

 









Rev. Dr. Carmichael Crutchfield
General Secretary
Department of Christian Education
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
4466 Elvis Presley Blvd
Memphis, TN 38116
(901) 345-4109