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.
Would you like to pray about the concerns that are expressed in the service each week? Sign up at church or drop us an email!
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.
Pastor Kate Hillis shares the perspective of Joanna (Luke 8:3) in a message titled “Generosity & One Woman’s Account of a Very Full Life.”
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.
Please note the following announcements for this week. News from the United Methodist Women, upcoming Admin Council and other meetings, a food drive for HomeFront, and the church picnic!
The Capital District is participating in a day of learning around worship. The Doxology: A Worship Conference will take place on Saturday, November 12 from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm at Calvary Korean UMC in East Brunswick. Everyone who serves in worship ministry will come away with practical learning!
The congregation of Hopewell United Methodist Church welcomed Rev. Kate Hillis as the new pastor, starting this week. Leaders of the church participated in a welcoming ceremony for Pastor Kate and her husband, Wren Hillis, a Drew Theological student, who is also pursuing ordained ministry. Pastor Kate succeeds Rev. Dr. Ken Robinson, who retired from the Hopewell United Methodist Church in June,