Category Archives: Missions

Sermon: Hungering for God, July 22, 2018

What riles you up? Pastor Jenny Smith Walz asked this question on July 22, 2018. Here are some notes from her message, titled “Hungering for God” based on the story of the “rich young ruler” in  Luke 18: 18-30. Jesus … Continue reading

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Windows: Christ at Heart’s Door

Looking deeper into the history and spirituality of the stained glass windows — This window in the chapel at Princeton United Methodist Church, is popularly known as ‘Christ at Heart’s Door’ re Revelations 3:20 (Behold, I stand at the door and … Continue reading

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From Bishop Schol: What is Normal?

A message from Bishop John Schol Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, I write to you with a heavy heart because I know good people of faith will hear different pieces of news coming out of Charlottesville and come to … Continue reading

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Ed Felten speaks September 10

Dr. Ed Felten will speak about his two years in the White House on Sunday, September 10 at 8 a.m. All are welcome to the hot breakfast, prepared by Ian Macdonald and served by the United Methodist Men. That day … Continue reading

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From Pastor Ginny: ‘This is love’

Dear Friends, Grace and Peace in the name of Jesus Christ! I just checked the Bible verse for the day on the Bible Gateway app on my phone. As usual, it seemed like a direct message from God. I press on … Continue reading

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Planning for “Sent” November 11

The Great Commission calls us to go,make disciples, baptize and teach. Learn from a storyteller, changemaker, organizer and  theologian on how to be SENT into this world. SENT: a one day conference for us all. Everybody is invited to Aldersgate UMC … Continue reading

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Party Game Night July 30

Ever laughed so hard you started crying? That’s exactly what our hand-picked party games do! Grab another person and a snack to share, and join us for Celebrity, Four-On-A-Couch, and Heads-Up on Sunday, July 30th, from 7pm-9pm in the Sanford-Davis Room. … 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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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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Feed Truck Cafe: community built here

This video (click here) showcased the The Feed Truck Cafe and featured Skitch Matson and Jessica Winderweedle. The cafe is open weekends in May (Thursday and Friday 7 to midnight, Saturday 2 to midnight). You’re invited! Here is the intro from … Continue reading

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