The goal of the United Methodist Church is "Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors." At Pennington United Methodist Church, we seek to take that a step further. Church should feel like home, and that's the context we seek to provide here, a place where all are welcomed, honored, and loved.
We are progressive in our outlook, believing that religion should be biblically responsible, intellectually honest, emotionally satisfying, and socially significant. Following Christ means being a part of an ongoing journey of worship, study, prayer, and service, and we welcome you to journey with us. We don't claim to have all the answers, but we are committed to the struggle of trying to find them both inside and outside the faith community. This congregation is committed and dedicated to the work of Christ in addressing the needs of a hurting world.
We are open to new ways of seeing the world, and new ways of doing ministry. If you are looking for a church home, we believe we have much to offer you, and that you will have much to teach us.
Regular worship hour, September 13 through June 14 at 10:30 a.m. with food and fellowship immediately following the service. The Rev. Daniel Casselberry is pastor.
Sunday mornings. Adult Sunday School starts at 9:00 a.m. Children's Sunday School is the third Sunday of each month and starts 9:30 a.m. All are welcome!
Summer Schedule starts June 21; there will be no Sunday School or childcare; worship is at 9:30 a.m.
60 South Main St
Pennington, NJ 08525
Sunday, August 30 is our 5th Sunday Pot Luck. The theme is "Brunch" Please bring your favorite dish to share. If you have any questions please contact the church office.
As we share food together on Sunday, August 30 a special collection will be taken up during Worship for the Turning Point Methodist Food Pantry. During the school year the PUMC Youth Mission Team along with Titusville Methodist Church Youth take a monthly collection and shop for needed groceries for the food pantry. As we have had a short respite over the summer months, we would like to take this opportunity of sharing with a special collection for the Turning Point Food Pantry. All funds will be used for purchasing groceries for the pantry.
THANK YOU to our volunteers who helped with Vacation Bible School during the week of July 27 – Allyson Avila, Daniel Boone, Florence Fischer, Sydney Foster, Irma Gomez, Bronwyn Hoffman, Betty Kingston, Robin McGovern, Ann Roberts, and Tracey Rogers. Vacation Bible Sschool was very successful because of your dedication and commitment to share the love of Jesus with children (and adults).
Thank you to everyone who supported the 2015 Rummage Sale. Volunteers helped with setting up, loading, unloading, organizing, polishing, sorting, repairing, cleaning, boxing, selling, pricing, shopping and cleaning up. Special thanks to John and Bob who put in countless hours collecting and repairing items for the sale. The "leftover" items from the sale benefitted the following organizations: The Arc of Mercer, Hamilton YMCA, Mercer County Library, Rescue Mission of Trenton and Goodwill of Ewing.
New choir members are always welcome! If you like to sing, enjoy spending time with wonderful people and can commit to a Thursday night rehearsal, please join the Adult Choir. Performing a variety of music, the choir sings three Sundays a month. Rehearsals take place on the first and third Thursdays of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the choir room. If you have any further questions, please speak to Cynthia Westbrook, Director of Music.
The Choir meets informally during the summer months of June and July. Please join us in the Sanctuary at 9:00am for rehearsal.
Support Group for Adult Survivors of Suicide Loss - Mercer County Chapter - We meet on the Third Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm on the 2nd floor of the Clarkson Building - Brendler Library. All are welcome and there is absolutely no charge for participation in this group.
Little Free Library - Pennington United Methodist Church has opened a Little Free Library for the greater Pennington community. Stop off in front of the church at the little exchange box, open the door, and take a book, return a book, or donate a book. Sit on the bench, relax, and read. It's a gathering place where neighbors may share their favorite literature, stories, and good things to read-- books that teach, intrigue, and engage you. The library belongs to everybody. Anyone can use and enjoy it-- neighbors, friends, and future friends who we don't even know yet.
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