United Methodist Women

Women’s Retreat for April 2018 Planned

The Hopewell Women’s Retreat, focusing on the theme, “Keeping Our Joy in the Midst of Turmoil,”  will be held April 6-8, 2018 at the Port-O-Call Hotel in Ocean City, NJ. Invite your friends and family. Pay for your friend’s retreat as a holiday gift idea!

Collection Drive to Help Our Neighbors in Need

The Hopewell Community Closet is partnering with the non-profit Educational Advocates Reaching Today’s Hardworking Students to help families living below the poverty line by collecting toiletries and household cleaning supplies.

Save the Date! Annual Christmas Bazaar

The annual Christmas Bazaar will be held on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM at the Hopewell United Methodist Church. Free and open to all.

United Methodist Women’s Annual Dinner to Focus the Issue of Human Trafficking

Human trafficking – which means the action or practice of illegally transporting people from one country or area to another, typically for the purposes of forced labour or commercial sexual exploitation – is a huge issue and one that often happens in the shadows of society. Learn more at the United Methodist Women’s Annual Dinner. Details on this page.

United Methodist Women

United Methodist Women meetings and events are open to all women. Membership in the church is not required. We focus on many mission projects that support women, children, youth and the elderly.

Hopewell Community Closet Open for Summer Fashion Shopping

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!

UMW Annual Dinner to Focus on Local African-American History

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.