GNJ UMC Bishop Jon R. Schol has appointed Kate Hillis as the new pastor of Hopewell United Methodist Church. She will begin her ministry in Hopewell this summer.
The Cairn University Chorale presented a concert of sacred music, titled, “God Thou Art Love,” on Sunday February 21.
For January our theme is “Hope In A Hurting World.” That’s the title of a sermon series from our pastor, the Rev. Dr. Kenneth Robinson, which kicked off Jan. 10 with a message based on Joshua 10:12 titled “Hope Beyond Discouragement.” Upcoming messages from Pastor Robinson will focus on “Hope Amid Hurt” (Jan. 17), “Hope in Uncertain Times” (Jan. 24) and “Hope Amid Discord.”
The “Empty Bowls” Dinner – Raising Hunger Awareness One Bowl at a Time was quite a success. All proceeds went to Trenton Area Soup Kitchen.
Thanks to all who donated to Thanksgiving food boxes to HomeFront this year. The HUMC participates in this program for the local homeless families each November.
What do you do when storms rage and threaten your peace? Pastor Ken Robinson looks at how the Apostle Paul handled this situation in a message based on Acts 27:22-25: “Therefore take heart,” though your circumstances may seem dire.
To commemorate World Communion Sunday, the Rev. Ken Robinson discusses the diversity of the Christian church, and how it is reflected in Communion practices. In this message from Oct. 4, 2015, Pastor Robinson reflects upon the Scripture from 1 Corinthians 10:16-17 and how “we who are many are one body.”
Notices of the upcoming church picnic, musicians who will visit in October and more! Get your newsletter today.
The new edition of the Hopewell United Methodist Church newsletter is available. Lots of activities and news in this issue! Please click here to download HUMC Newsletter May-August 2015.
We all need support in difficult phases of life. That’s why we are starting a small group called “Journey.” The mission of the group will be to share our burdens and walk together through tough times. Click through to learn more.