In this message from his sermon series on stewardship, Pastor Ken Robinson preaches from 1 Corinthans 4:2:
Monthly Archives: November 2013
In the first of series of messages on stewardship, Pastor Ken Robinson notes that while churches need money to balance budgets and maintain their facilities, the most important metric is commitment to our Lord Jesus Christ. When we put faith first, the finances follow. This message was reached on Nov. 10, 201.
The Hopewell United Methodist Church is doing a food drive with The Crisis Ministry of Mercer County. Please bring some healthy, non-perishable foods to church with you! Boxes in Narthex and Sunroom Deadline is Nov 24. What to contribute: Please help promote good heart health with low-sodium and low-sugar foods. No glass containers – keep… Read more
HOPEWELL BOROUGH, NJ – A Red Cross blood drive will be held on Saturday, November 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church, 3 E. Broad Street, Hopewell. As a Super Community Blood Drive, donors are eligible to enter for a chance to win two (2) tickets to Super Bowl XLVII to… Read more
As we look ahead to Advent, there’s lots to do at the church to celebrate the Lord’s presence in our lives. Please see the November-December newsletter for details. Nov-Dec 2013 Newsletter
The Hopewell United Methodist Church will hold its annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, November 23, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM. Enjoy the holidays with a little shopping and snacking! Stroll down Candy Cane Lane to the Sugar and Spice Bake Shop and Pantry where you will find a variety of homemade breads, cakes,… Read more
Announcements for the week: United Meethodist Women’s meeting on Nov 10, Our Christmas Bazaar is coming up on November 23, Bakers needed for baked goods table at Windrows, and more! Announcements for the week of Nov 3 2013
In this week’s message, Pastor Ken Robinson focuses on the importance of hospitality, and how it remains relevant for modern Christians.
Our sermon video library has been updated? The Sunday morning messages from Sept. 22 through Oct. 27 have now been posted to the HUMC’s YouTube Channel.