In June, the congregation is considering “Knowing God.” Pastor Kate’s sermons are focusing on different elements of connection with God.
Monthly Archives: June 2017
Hopewell Council of Churches Parents Night Out will be held at the Hopewell United Methodist Church on Saturday, July 22. with 5 p.m. drop off through 8 p.m. pick up.
Human trafficking – which means the action or practice of illegally transporting people from one country or area to another, typically for the purposes of forced labour or commercial sexual exploitation – is a huge issue and one that often happens in the shadows of society. Learn more at the United Methodist Women’s Annual Dinner. Details on this page.
“What’s Climate Care, and What’s It Got to Do With Me?” That’s the question at the heart of this message from Pastor Kate Hillis as she continues her series on “Caring For Our Common Home.” This sermon reflects on the story of the Old Testament Prophet Amos, who was a “tree dresser” who tended to sycamore trees. Our Scripture is 5:4-15, 20-24.
Resources from scholars and leaders from four major faith traditions who participated in a panel titled, “Caring for our Common Home: An Interfaith Conversation on the Environment,” on Saturday, May 6 at the church.
Pastor Kate Hillis begins her sermon series on the importance of our created world titled “Caring For Our Common Home.” The first message in the series is titled “God Chose. Now What?” and draws upon the story of Noah’s Ark in Genesis chapter 9. This is the first message in a five-week series.
Do you enjoy reading? We have an active book study group of people who love reading and gathering to discuss. Click through for an updated schedule for the summer.
The Hopewell UMC will open its doors to the community with a wide variety of items for sale on Saturday, June 10, from 9 am – 3 pm.