Category Archives: Youth
“How can I keep from singing,” a concert at Princeton United Methodist Church on Sunday, May 7, at 5 p.m., might well be entitled “How can I keep from ringing” because the musicians are handbell artists. Hyosang Park will direct … Continue reading
Christopher McWilliams , with guest artist Michael Carl Green, will present This Joyful Eastertide — a joyous selection of works for organ –– on Sunday, April 23 at 2 p.m. at Princeton United Methodist Church. The concert is free, and an offering … Continue reading
Sunday School students will work on a mission project to support people in the local Princeton area. We will prepare Hygiene Kits that will be distributed to people who visit Cornerstone Community Kitchen. The Cornerstone Community Kitchen (CCK) offers a free and nutritious … Continue reading
Director of Christian Education Machaela Irving — along with teachers Barbara Sageser, Janis McCarty, and Lorie Roth — presented each fourth grader with a NRSV Bible on February 12. They were curious and delighted!
In addition to Bible studies that meet during the week, two adult classes welcome newcomers on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. The Contemporary Issues Class is starting a new study based on The Unwinding by George Packer. Through a series of … Continue reading
Everybody’s invited to hear Skitch Matson speak at the breakfast on Sunday, January 8, 8 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Skitch will talk about the role of sharing faith stories as a way to deepen Christian community. “From looking at the Gospel … Continue reading
Tom Shelton’s Lower Elementary choir tries on their robes. They wear them for the first time this Sunday, November 6, 9:30 a.m. at the All Saints Day service. Their smiles match their music!
Machaela Irving, director of Christian Education, offers this information about our Safe Sanctuary policy. Safe Sanctuaries is an overt expression in making congregations safe places where children, youth, and elders may experience the abiding love of God and fellowship within … Continue reading