Wednesday Bible Study offering something NEW!

“We’re trying something new for our Wednesday Bible study. Join the conversation on Facebook Live for Wednesday Night Live. Pastor John will lead a devotion and take your questions as you discuss the scripture for the night. Starting this Wednesday, Oct. 27th at 7pm on Facebook.com/GlassboroUMC.”

Help feed the hungry….

Sunday Oct. 17. CROP Walk at New Street Park, Glassboro, 1 – 4pm.  Need a little fresh air or a break from watching football? Come out and join the CROP Walk.  No need to pre-register, just bring a donation, sign in at the pavilion and walk as much or as little as you want.  The paved path …

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Special Offering on 9-19 for those who need our help after IDA

Dear Friends in Christ, When people hurt, United Methodists help. We step up and step out with courage and conviction to spread God’s love to anyone who needs help. There are people in both Eastern Pennsylvania and Greater New Jersey who need our help after Ida swept through our region. The damage and devastation was more …

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School supplies distribution a success; Trading Post supplies needed now

Thank you to everyone who contributed school supplies. The community event was well attended and more than 300 backpacks were distributed to Glassboro students. The cabinet on the Fellowship House porch is visited regularly and in need of more personal care supplies – soap, toothpaste, hand sanitizer, deodorant, shampoo, women’s hygiene products, disposable razors and …

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Haiti relief is September’s communion offering

The Communion offering for September will go to the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) for relief efforts in Haiti.  Our April offering was to meet their operational expenses so 100% of this offering can go to relief.

Letter from the Pastor – 7/31

Dear Church Family, This week, in light of the increase in Delta variant cases, the CDC issued new guidelines recommending that vaccinated people wear masks when indoors “in areas of substantial or high transmission.” According to the CDC’s COVID Data Tracker, Gloucester County’s transmission rate is “substantial.” In response to that, our church leaders and I recommend …

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August communion offering supports UMCP

The August Communion will support the United Methodist Communities at Pitman, formerly known as Pitman Manor.  This facility provides several levels of quality senior living with resources for health, safety and the abundant life promised in Scripture.  

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