Category Archives: Stewardship
On April 13 the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) will present the Chuck Inman Memorial Award to Larry Apperson. The annual award honors an individual who has made a significant impact on feeding hungry people in Mercer County. Larry will … Continue reading
Today more than a dozen PUMC members explored Duke Farms, the 2,000 acre property with 18 miles of trails that are open to the public. Michael Catania — an environmental lawyer who has had a long association with PUMC member … Continue reading
In an effort to foster new and innovative ministries, the Outreach Committee is announcing PUMC Outreach Initiatives Program to: 1. Expand the depth and reach of outreach ministries at PUMC. 2. Engage more of our congregation in ministries of justice … Continue reading
God offers endless buckets of love — that was Lay Minister Cindy Gordon’s message on Sunday (2/7/2016), at Children’s Time. For a photo essay, click here.
This is a personal post. In the several decades I’ve been at Princeton United Methodist Church, one of the congregational traits I value the most is an understanding attitude regarding personal schedules. We don’t play the blame game. If something … Continue reading
Earlier this week I had written down completely different thoughts to share with you about “giving joyfully and putting God first.” However, my plan changed after my service experience yesterday. God has been calling me for a year and a … Continue reading
If giving is an act of love, says Tom S. Tong, you can’t force someone to love unless he or she has been loved. A native of Hong Kong (shown here with his wife, Anita), Tom S. Tong graduated from … Continue reading