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 upcoming activities at our church and in the community.
The Hopewell United Methodist Church Pastor Kate Hillis will present a sermon series on visioning and what God is calling us to do. The series is titled, “Going Deep, Going Wide: A Vision for the Future.” This week’s message will be “Going Wide: A Peaceful Harvest.”
In September, we started new sessions for Adult Sunday Small Group and for Children’s Sunday School and had a lovely pancake brunch after services.
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.
Pastor Kate Hillis concludes her sermon series on the Fruit of the Spirit with a message on self-control.
All are invited to join us as we kick off the fall season at HUMC on Sunday, September 11! We will be starting new sessions for Adult Sunday Small Group and for Children’s Sunday School. And there’s pancakes!!! Read more for details and plan on coming out.
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.
Our words matter. In this message, titled “Tongues of Fire,” Pastor Kate Hillis continues her series examining the Fruit of the Spirit with a sermon on gentleness.
On Sunday, August 21, the sermon title was “Faithfulness: How Shall We Return?”and Pastor Kate explored faithfulness.