Category Archives: Community

Relocation Report: Tom and Paula Dille

Tom and Paula Dille took an active role at Princeton UMC — twice. First, from 1984-1987 (when their youngest daughter was a senior at Princeton High School) and then early 1995 to late 1996. Both times they were called away … Continue reading

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Relocation Report: Karyn Colombo

Karyn Colombo moved to West Palm Beach, Florida, after 15 years at Princeton UMC.  She had been a reporter and then a copy editor at The Courier News, and from 2000 until she left in 2004, she was a copy … Continue reading

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WORSHIP SERVICE MUSIC: SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, 2020

COME SING WITH US! We Want to Worship With You Click here to enjoy “Lord, I Want to Be a Christian” Lord, I Want to Be a Christian is an African American spiritual. It was likely composed in 1750s Virginia … Continue reading

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MATTHEW 15: 10 – 28

Lori Pantaleo read the scripture from the New Revised Standard Version on Sunday, August 16, 2020. To watch an interesting video of this scripture on YouTube click here  

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, 2020: WORSHIP SERVICE MUSIC

COME SING WITH US! We Want to Worship With You Click here to enjoy ‘Sweet Hour of Prayer’ – YouTube The text of  Sweet Hour of Prayer appears to come from William W. Walford (1772-1850), an obscure, blind lay preacher who … Continue reading

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PASTOR JENNY APPRECIATING OUR SCHOOL LEADERS

Thank you, Teachers, School Administrators, Board of Education Members! You have been the center of the latest major dilemma and debate in our country as school districts are working out what education will look like in the coming academic year. … Continue reading

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COMMUNITY SERVICE SPOTLIGHT

Thank you, Cornerstone Community Kitchen! Cornerstone Community Kitchen (CCK) has been continuing its mission of addressing hunger needs in our community, but in a very different way than they did pre-COVID. They continue to gather food items from a variety of … Continue reading

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Outreach Initiatives—an opportunity to make a difference

  Since March, our nation has been impacted by a series of stunning events and traumas. In less than four months our world has been turned upside down. Who would have expected that over 110,000 Americans would have died from … Continue reading

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Virtual Celebration for Ginny Cetuk

On Sunday, June 28, following the worship service, PUMC will host a virtual celebration on Zoom for the retirement of Rev. Ginny Cetuk and her husband Norm. Pastor Ginny will preach that morning.  Plan on being with us for the … Continue reading

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END RACISM RESOURCES

                In its response to white supremacy, racism — and the police brutality that has resulted in nationwide protests — the United Methodist Church has this to say: “The denomination’s Council of Bishops called for … Continue reading

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