Handbell Extravaganza

Handbell Extravaganza

Update: The Philadelphia Bronze concert on Saturday, May 18 is cancelled. The Philadelphia Bronze handbell ensemble will perform a free concert “Oldies but Goodies” on Saturday, May 18 at 2 pm.  The Quadrants handbell quartet will perform a free concert “Bach to Joplin” on Saturday, June 1 at 2 pm. Both concerts will be held at Princeton United Methodist Church.

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Youth Musical

Youth Musical

The Princeton UMC youth choir will present Stephen Schwartz: A Musical Celebration on Saturday May 18. The show is free and starts at 7 pm. Desserts will be served starting at 6:30 pm. Come celebrate our youth and the gifts God has given them!

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UMM Breakfast

UMM Breakfast

Rev. Erik “Skitch” Matson will speak on Sunday, May 12, at an 8 AM breakfast in Princeton United Methodist Church’s Fellowship Hall.   All are welcome to the hot breakfast, prepared by Ian Macdonald and served by the United Methodist Men. A $5 donation is requested.  “Looking at previous trends and current research, we will discuss how to create a future church that includes passionate young people,” says Matson. He is the Discipleship Pastor at Princeton UMC and, as the Methodist college chaplain (Wesley Foundation Director)...

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Trustee Work Day

Trustee Work Day

Saturday, May 18 is trustee work day. Come and spend the day, or however many hours you can, to help provide some TLC to our beloved church. Please click here to sign up and help with tasks and/or food donations. You may also sign up in the Sanford Davis Room. 

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ASP Dinner-Auction @6pm

ASP Dinner-Auction @6pm

To help make homes in Appalachia warmer, safer, and drier — youth in grades 9 to 12 will host a dinner and auction for Appalachia Service Project (ASP) on Friday, May 3, at 6 pm. PUMC youth have taken mission trips to Appalachia for nearly 40 years. Ticket price is $10 per person or $30 for a family. To receive information about the dinner or the youth program, email Skitch@PrincetonUMC.org. 

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Communiversity

Communiversity

At the Communiversity festival on Sunday, April 28, 1-6 pm, folks will be able to access PUMC rest rooms. On the lawn, teens raising money for the Appalachia Service Project will sell baked goods. Charities that the church supports — United Front Against Riverblindness, Womanspace, and Woman, Cradle of Abundance — will have tables. Those curious about the century-old Gothic building’s stained glass can tour the Tiffany window of St. George and the Dragon.

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