Are you a good saver? Pastor Kate Hillis explores this topic as she continues her sermon series on John Wesley’s 3 rules about money, using passages from Exodus 16 to discuss God’s guidance on saving.
On Sunday November 6, the Hopewell United Methodist Church will join other area churches in NJ and PA in a community-wide event called “The Church Has Left the Building.” This will be a fantastic opportunity to connect with our neighbors, extend love to the world, and get a little taste of the Kingdom of God.
Did you know that Hopewell United Methodist Church’s videos are available on Youtube? You can watch online anytime or share with others.
First Friday nights at Hopewell United Methodist Church are open to all musicians – beginners to advanced. Come out and enjoy good music! Open Mic Night at the Hopewell United Methodist Church happens on the first Friday of every month from 7 pm to 10 pm. This month, our Open Mic happens on Friday, Nov. 4.
In this message, Pastor Kate Hillis discusses Jesus’ encounter with the moneychangers in the Temple and Wesley’s advice to “earn all we can.” But what are we earning for?
In a series of Vision Retreats, we’ll are joining together as a congregation to share our hopes and dreams for our church. Learn more.
Hopewell Valley Central High School Chamber Singers will give a special concert on Wednesday, October 19 at 7 pm at the Hopewell United Methodist Church.
In a sermon series titled, “Earn, Save, Give,” Pastor Kate Hillis looks at John Wesley’s advice on stewardship. The first message in the series, titled “We Need Wisdom.”
The Hopewell United Methodist Church will celebrate fall with a Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 15 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the church.
Take note of these happenings in November at our church and in the community.