HUMC Mission Statement: We are a home for people to be transformed by the love of God and grow in mind, body, and spirit.
The Church Picnic is Sunday, August 6th from 12 Noon until 4 p.m., rain or shine!
Hopewell Council of Churches’ Parents Night Out was held at the Hopewell United Methodist Church on Saturday, July 22, and the children and volunteers had a great time!
In June, the congregation is considering “Knowing God.” Pastor Kate’s sermons are focusing on different elements of connection with God.
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.
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.
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.
Our newsletter reflects Earth Awareness Month in the coverage of recent events – the Interfaith Conversation on the Environment, the blessing of the animals and more. And find out what’s in store for June.
As part of its Earth Awareness month, Hopewell United Methodist Church held a Blessing of the Animals event on Sunday, May 7 at the church in Hopewell Borough. Pastor Kate Hillis and the members of the church celebrated Creation through a blessing the community’s pets and animal friends.