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) he ministers to students at Princeton University. A California native, he has degrees from Point Loma Nazarene University in California and the Princeton Theological Seminary.