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Coats Coats Coats — and Dinners, at CCK

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“My Hope is Built,’ “Rock of Ages,” “This Little Light”: Hymns for Laity Sunday

                            WHAT WILL WE SING THIS LAITY SUNDAY?          Come to a church that’s refreshing, inspiring, and fun! At PUMC we play beautiful classical and … Continue reading

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Advent Sunday, November 29, 2020

“All Things New: Celebrating God’s Promises” will be the theme for Princeton United Methodist Church on Advent Sunday, November 29, during our 10:00 am worship service. Throughout December, our musicians and singers of all ages – and the congregation – will share … Continue reading

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Letter to the Congregation: Annual Conference Legislation

November 4, 2020 Dear Friends: Please join us this Sunday, November 8, following worship at 11:30 a.m. to hear about and participate in a discussion about two new pieces of legislation that were passed by our GNJUMC Annual Conference in … Continue reading

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All Are Welcome

In the fall of 2018, the Relationships and Faith Team organized a program that included reading the book A Mile in My Shoes: Cultivating Compassion by Trevor Hudson. One of the topics Princeton UMC examined was social justice for the … Continue reading

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In Spite of Covid, CCK Continues

Led by Tim Ewer, right Cornerstone Community Kitchen (CCK) volunteers serve takeaway meals, groceries, and clothing on Wednesdays from 5 5 to 6:30 p.m. Donors, include TASK, Cherry Grove Organic Farm, Bentley Community Services and Jewish Family and Children Services, … Continue reading

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Resolving Conflict: Paul and Appiah Agree

This week, the women in Monday Morning Group studied how Paul in chapter 4 of Philippians, advises how to resolve conflict. get to a good emotional place yourself (i.e. gratitude, praise) then focus ONLY on what’s good. Recently the New … Continue reading

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Highlights From World Communion Sunday!

On the first Sunday in October, United Methodist congregations join many Christian churches worldwide to celebrate World Communion Sunday. The World Communion Sunday Offerings provide scholarships for national and international students, particularly first-generation college students and ethnic students.  At PUMC, we have … Continue reading

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The “Shema” and “When I Pray for You”

The passage in Deuteronomy 6: 4-9, known as the Shema, is a core principal for both Jews and Christians. Notice how it aligns with the children’s book  “When I Pray For You” by Matthew Paul Turner, which Pastor Jenny read … Continue reading

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The World of Energy: Claudio Da Silva’s Personal Journey

United Methodist Men sponsor “A Personal Journey into The World of Energy” on  Sunday,  At  12 Noon on Sunday, September 20, the United Methodist Men presents a Zoom talk featuring our own Claudio Da Silva who will talk about the … Continue reading

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