The fall newsletter for Sept. and Oct. 2016. News for the fall events and a look back at the summer! There are many upcoming opportunities to join in on! News from the United Methodist Women, Community Closet and more. Includes a message from Pastor Kate.
The Hopewell United Methodist Church will honor the memory of long-time member and leader Norma Arons on Sunday, September 25, with the dedication of a butterfly garden on the church property. The program will be followed by “Sundae Sunday,” where there will be a “Make Your Own” ice cream sundae bar.
Please take note of the following meetings in September.
The Hopewell United Methodist Church Pastor Kate Hillis presented a sermon series on the “Fruit of the Spirit” this summer. Review all the messages in the series and view on video.
In September, the Hopewell United Methodist Church, we are planning a bunch of fun and interesting activities, so save the dates and come on out! Details to come.
The “Just Food” conference at Princeton Theological Seminary convenes church leaders on September 22-24 to explore food justice, sustainable agriculture and more.
Kindness can be intentional. That’s the message in this sermon titled, “No So Random Acts of Kindness.”
Come out on Sept 2 and enjoy good music! It’s a free and open mic music night from 7 pm to 10 pm, at the Hopewell United Methodist Church, 20 Blackwell Avenue, Hopewell.
Get your summer styles before they are gone! The Hopewell Community Closet will hold its summer clearance “bag” sale on Saturday, August 27, 9 a.m.- noon. Everything you can stuff in a bag for $3.00.
We are collecting canned goods and other items – low-sugar cereal, shelf-stable milk – to assist hungry families in our area. In order to help feed the 1,000+ households that depend on HomeFront every month for a free food bag, HomeFront is seeking food donations. Please see full post for more information.