The Hopewell United Methodist Church meets for Sunday morning worship at 10 a.m. We worship God through multiple ways, music, Scripture and an inspiring message. You will find we are a warm, welcoming community of people who love the Lord.
The Hopewell Community Closet is open for browsing and shopping, every Saturday from 9 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. This outreach is sponsored by the United Methodist Women of Hopewell Methodist Church and donations accepted support UMW missions and outreach. Free will offering or no offering is accepted. Come out and see what’s in the shop!
Mission U is coming up… This annual education opportunity is a way to offer effective mission ministry for local churches across Greater New Jersey.
United Methodists in Greater New Jersey imagined a new generation of disciples, vital congregations and a transformed world at the 2016 Annual Conference in Wildwood, N.J., May 21-24, as more than 1,400 people attended the conference. Stories of transformation were shared as we were called to abandon security and embrace trust, boldly imagining and anticipating the great things God has in store for us.
One person’s trash is another’s treasure – so come on out! The Hopewell United Methodist Church will have an indoor yard sale in our cool downstairs! The sale is held from 9 am until 3 pm. Saturday, June 11.
This edition of the newsletter includes final thoughts from our pastor, Ken Robinson, as he readies for retirement, and a column from our new pastor, Kate Hillis, as she assumes her new post in Hopewell. Also, lots of great news and activities.
After pastoring the Hopewell United Methodist Church for 24 years, the Rev. Dr. Ken Robinson will hang up his clerical robe. The community is invited to an Open House to celebrate his many years of ministry.
Save the date! The town-wide yard sale is Saturday, June 11. The Hopewell United Methodist Church will have an indoor yard sale.
The United Methodist Women’s Annual Dinner is set for 6:30 p.m., Monday, June 20 at the church. The event features a program presented by Elaine Buck and Bev Mills, both are local residents and Stoutsberg Cemetery Trustees, about the local African-American history.
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.