The women of the Hopewell United Methodist Church (and their friends and family) are participating in the 2017 Waves of Grace Retreat in Wildwood, NJ, on Friday, April 21 through Sunday, April 22.
During Lent, the Hopewell United Methodist Church will be embarking upon a church-wide adventure to learn about God’s work being done in the United Methodist Church, how it developed, what we believe, and in what ways the denomination operates in the world today. Learn more about all the opportunities to learn, share and engage.
We are sharing a letter that was written by the College of Bishops of the Northeastern Jurisdiction, of which our church is a part. We have been asked to share this with the congregation in the midst of these challenging times in our country.
The United Methodist Women gathered to cut out shoes for children in Uganda – through a program called Sole Hope. See photos and learn more.
Does Christianity still matter? It’s a question that gets asked a lot by those concerned about a decline in church growth. People ask it when they see how a church’s idea of God comes into conflict with the current political, economic, and social issues of today. Read more of Pastor Kate’s thoughts.
Lots of interesting and new activities at Hopewell United Methodist Church. And a message from Pastor Kate, which explores the question “Does Christianity Matter?”
Reflections for Our Country: At 8 am on Friday, join us for a time of prayer at the church as the country transitions to a new president.
When you attend a Sole Hope Party, you have a great time, while you help provide jobs, shoes, medical relief and hope to Uganda. Learn more.
The next meeting of Book Talk will be held Tuesday, Jan 17. Free and open to everyone. Join in and invite your friends.
Adult Sunday Small Group is starting a new series on “Incarnation” on Sunday, Jan. 15. Learn more.