Tag Archives: Not in Our Town

Continuing Conversation on Race: December 3

NIOT Princeton welcomes anyone who is committed to working towards building genuinely inclusive communities and working for racial justice. For more information, or to ask about volunteering, go to NIOTPrinceton.org or see Barbara Fox. The next Continuing Conversation on Race … Continue reading

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Not in Our Town speaker June 8

Hear the author of “The Condemnation of Blackness” on Wednesday, June 8, at 7 p.m. Details and signup here.  The lecture by Khalil Gibran Muhammad  is co-sponsored by Not in Our Town Princeton, to which PUMC belongs.  “To think and talk about African-Americans … Continue reading

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Getting our fingernails dirty — close to home

These volunteer opportunities refer to organizations on PUMC’s outreach web page — or speakers at a United Methodist Men’s breakfast within the past two years. Each has current volunteer opportunities. The PrincetonUMC blog has live links to the web pages. Boy Scouts … Continue reading

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“Dying to Live,” Phoebe Quaynor, February 1

“Dying to Live: dangerous and uncomfortable paths to the pursuit of truth” is the sermon topic for Communion Sunday, February 1, at the 9:30 and 11 a.m. services at Princeton United Methodist Church (PUMC). Seminary intern Phoebe Quaynor will tell … Continue reading

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