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United Methodist Communications – Around the World and Close to Home

A new e-newsletter marks the launch of a denomination-wide effort to streamline and customize communications for United Methodist members, leaders and seekers. It is the first publication to carry the voice of the denomination directly to members. Subscribe to the free e-newsletter and … Continue reading

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Ecumenical Service August 6

Everyone is invited to participate in Princeton’s Joint Effort Safe Streets Program from August 4 to 13. Entitled “Looking Back and Moving Forward” it will focus on the historic role of the black church in the Witherspoon-Jackson (W-J) community. For … Continue reading

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Summer Fun Nights

Every second week, starting July 16, enjoy an informal time for people of all ages to come together, play games, create new friendships and deepen others. Thanks to Hyosang Park, Skitch Matson, and Pixar, the first Summer Sunday Night was great … Continue reading

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Summer Sunday Thespians Needed

Summer Sunday children’s plays have begun! These are the wonderful plays about Biblical stories written by Richard Gordon. Directing this year is seminary student Rachel Callender, who is also an actress with a BFA in theatre performance from Kean University … Continue reading

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ASP Team Works in Flood-Ravaged Town:

With hammers and saws they work in Appalachia, then return to share their inspiring stories about making homes warmer, safer, and drier. For four decades Princeton United Methodist Church has sent teen and adult volunteers to work for the Appalachia … Continue reading

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Introducing Ginny Cetuk and Trey Wince

“I am humbled and delighted to be joining the Princeton United Methodist Church on what I think is the most exciting journey in life, namely, being ever growing disciples of Jesus Christ,” says Virginia  (Ginny) Samuel Cetuk. She will preach … Continue reading

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Rev. Catherine Williams: Her New Job

Congratulations to Rev. Dr. Catherine Williams, celebrated as a recipient of the Women of Color scholarship program and newly appointed as Assistant Professor of Preaching and Worship at Lancaster Theological Seminary. She has been Associate Pastor for Pastoral Care here at Princeton United … Continue reading

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Sermon: Passing on a Legacy of Faith

“Passing on a Legacy of Faith,” sermon by Phoebe Lorraine Quaynor, Princeton United Methodist Church on Sunday, June 11, 2017 (Recognition Sunday) based on Exodus 3:1-6, and 9-10. Today as a church family we celebrate all things education! We celebrate … Continue reading

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New Breakfast Program

Ross Wishnick and Larry Apperson made this exciting announcement: After several months of planning and discussions, we are pleased to announce the commencement of a new and free breakfast program that will begin on Tuesday June 27 at the Witherspoon Presbyterian … Continue reading

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Again, they said, Rejoice!

Want to know what goes on in the administration of the United Methodist Church in our state? Here’s the “wrap up” of the annual conference and here it is in a longer video. You will hear the command “Rejoice in the … Continue reading

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