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Praise & Worship

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Saturday Evening Service
We are thrilled to announce that our beloved Saturday Evening Service will be making a triumphant return starting from September 9th, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. Gather with us as we come together once again for a time of worship, reflection, and community.

Saturday Evenings

Worship Service begins at 6:00 pm in our sanctuary.

Sunday Mornings
Services begin at 10:00 am in our sanctuary, and live streaming services are available on Facebook, and on our Messages page.

Communion Offering

May is National Mental Awareness Month so the communion offering for May is for NAMI, The National Alliance on Mental Illness. NAMI is the leading grassroots mental health organization for building better lives for millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Started in 1979, NAMI has become an alliance of more than 600 local affiliates who work to raise awareness and provide support and education to improve the lives of people with mental illness and their loved ones. Your support helps people with mental illness experience hope, recovery, wellness and freedom from stigma.

Worship Helpers

Altar Flowers
If anyone is interested in placing flowers in church in memory or honor of someone please contact Elsie Chirico. The Worship Committee is using Dee's Florist located at 84 N. Main Street in Milltown for our floral needs. Vases will begin at $20.00 each and centerpieces $35.00. You may call the church office or email us via our secure Contact Form.

May 19, Gavin Scammacca
May 26, Hailey Min

May 19, Alex Karimu
May 26, Jen Pinnella

Bell Ringers
May 19, Emma Krail
May 26, Iyla Min


Dear God, We thank you for the freedom you have given to us, and for the price that was paid by Christ so that we could live free. We remember today. The cost of it all. The great sacrifice for freedom.

We thank you for the brave men and women who have fought, and continue to fight, so courageously for our nation. We ask for your covering and blessing over them and their families. We pray that you would be gracious and encircle them with your peace. We pray for your great favor and goodness to be evident in their lives.

Please be with all those who wear the uniform, who serve our communities and nation every single day. We ask that you provide your protection, that you would be their guiding force who leads the way, and their rear guard who keeps them safe from behind. We ask that you would draw them to yourself amidst the dangers they face in a dark world, for you are the Truth, you are the Way, you are the Light.
(by Debbie McDaniel)

On the Calendar

Thursday, May 16
Choir Rehearsal - 7:00pm

Sunday, May 19 - Tuesday, May 21
GNJ Annual Conference @ Wildwood, NJ

Note: There will be no Saturday evening services on May 18 or May 25

180th Anniversary Luncheon
Join us in celebrating a monumental milestone-our church's 180th anniversary! This November, we are hosting a special luncheon, tentatively on the 17th, to honor our rich history and the countless blessings we've shared as a faith community. We're calling on volunteers to help make this event a memorable one. If you feel called to serve, sign your name!


10:00 am, Worship Service

Adult Bible Study is 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm in the library Wednesday evenings.

7:30 pm, Prayer and Bible Study Library
7:30 pm, Sanctuary choir rehearsal.

Bell Choir
The music ministries at Milltown UMC are gearing up for a new season with our bell choir. The bells meet Sunday mornings for a rehearsal for about 30 minutes. Whether you're an experienced ringer or a beginner, we would love to welcome you to our group! Please reach out to Alla, our music director at if you are interested.

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Fun Facts

Embark on a journey of discovery with our "Fun Facts at United Methodist Church of Milltown" series! Delve into the rich tapestry of our church's history, learning intriguing tidbits that highlight the unique moments and milestones that have shaped our vibrant community. From heartwarming anecdotes about the founding members to fascinating details about our beautiful sanctuary, each fun fact aims to weave a sense of joy and connection among our members. As we unravel these snippets of our shared story, we invite you to engage, smile, and cherish the special moments that make our church family so extraordinary. Get ready to be surprised, inspired, and uplifted with our delightful Fun Facts series - because learning about our past can bring us closer in the present!

2004 - Organ replacement began thanks to Viola Stienmetz . Kay Strunk Peck was our organist from 1966-2007. A fantastic person and organist, we miss her dearly.

2011 - Rev.Nehemiah Thompson was our 50th pastor. He served us from 2011-2016

Wednesday Evening Bible Study

Come and be a part of our Wednesday Evening Bible Study, an enriching and enlightening journey through the teachings of the Scriptures. Every Wednesday at 7 p.m., we welcome you to join us for a time of spiritual growth, fellowship, and the profound exploration of God's Word.

Regardless of whether you're a seasoned participant or new to our study group, all are embraced with open arms, fostering an environment of inclusivity and shared learning. Anticipate a nurturing space where questions are encouraged, and insights are shared, as we delve deeper into the profound wisdom and timeless truths of the Bible.

We eagerly await the opportunity to delve into the Scriptures together and to grow in our understanding and faith.

Mission Projects

Missions would like to thank everyone who contributed to the Lenten projects by attending the chili cook-off, the pancake breakfast, or supplying a gift for the CASA and Heifer projects. A huge thanks to the Sunday School kids who did extra chores to raise money for the projects and to Kathy and Paul Jones for their jars of change. CASA was thrilled to receive the check and gifts we supplied. We did so well that we were able to purchase a goat, a flock of chickens, and bees and supply clean water to The Heifer Project. Everyone's hard work is greatly appreciated.

May is National Mental Awareness Month so the communion offering for May is for NAMI, The National Alliance on Mental Illness. NAMI is the leading grassroots mental health organization for building better lives for millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Started in 1979, NAMI has become an alliance of more than 600 local affiliates who work to raise awareness and provide support and education to improve the lives of people with mental illness and their loved ones. Your support helps people with mental illness experience hope, recovery, wellness, and freedom from stigma.

In May, the Sunday School kids will be learning about Memorial Day and the symbol of the poppy. We will have poppies in Friendship Hall and a donation can help Joyce Kilmer Auxiliary raise money for their Veteran's projects.

Thank you in advance for your continued support.

Enjoy Memorial Day weekend and take time to remember those who sacrificed their lives in service of our nation.

Youth & Family Ministries

Exciting Youth and Family Ministry Adventures Await!

Get ready for a series of fun-filled family outings as we embark on an amazing journey together. We have carefully curated a list of delightful ideas and proposed dates to ensure everyone can participate and create lasting memories. If you have any questions, suggestions, or additional ideas, we warmly encourage you to reach out to our dedicated and enthusiastic Pastor Barbara, who will be more than happy to assist you.

Prepare for an unforgettable experience that will bring joy, laughter, and togetherness to our youth and their families. Let's make the most of these upcoming adventures and create cherished moments that will be treasured for a lifetime.

Don't hesitate to contact Pastor Barbara with any inquiries or innovative ideas you might have. We can't wait to hear from you!

Small Groups

The spirituality group led by Pastor Jamie will continue during the summer, every Wednesday at 7 p.m., providing a space for deeper spiritual growth and connection. If you haven't yet joined a small group, we encourage you to explore this opportunity to delve into God's Word and build meaningful relationships with fellow believers.

If you haven't had the chance to participate in a small group before, we highly encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity. Joining this group will allow you to delve into the wisdom of God's Word and cultivate genuine relationships with fellow believers who share a similar passion for spiritual exploration.

Don't miss out on the chance to experience profound spiritual growth and connect with a supportive community. Mark your calendars and make a commitment to join us for the Summer Spirituality Group led by Pastor Jamie.

We look forward to welcoming you and embarking on this enriching journey together.

Mission Projects

Our mission projects form the heartbeat of our congregation's commitment to positive change. Guided by our unwavering faith and shared values, we embark on a diverse range of mission projects that extend a helping hand to those in need.

From local initiatives addressing homelessness and hunger to global endeavors supporting education and healthcare in underserved areas, we unite in faith to create meaningful impact. These mission projects not only reflect our deep-rooted desire to make a meaningful impact but also serve as a powerful testament to the love and unity that define our faith and spiritual journey.

Through collective action and heartfelt service, we strive to embody the teachings of Jesus with compassion and empathy, leaving a lasting mark of hope and transformation wherever our mission takes us.


Pathways is a visioning process to discern God's calling and plan for our church. It will be an opportunity for us to assess our current situation, learn and grow in understanding, and create a plan that will give us the tools to transform lives, the congregation, and our community. For the next 6 to 12 months, we hope to create clarity and focus for our ministry that will bear fruit and sustainable results. The whole church will be doing this work as a team. GNJ has assigned Rev. Gina Yeske, Director of Resourcing of Metro-Highlands Region to work with us throughout the whole process. And thanks to Michele Pache to be the team leader of the Pathways. Please keep this process in your prayers. Thanks to Pathways team members; Michele Pache, Jen Pinnella, Julie Fircha, Laura Wright, Mercy Chang, and Mark Pache. Please keep this process in your prayers.

Volunteer Opportunities

Food Pantry

The food pantry is continuing to help several people in the area. Items in need are: jelly, canned stew or meals, pancake mix, syrup, macaroni & cheese, individually wrapped snacks and cookies, cereal, instant or canned potatoes and green vegetables and assorted juices. Paper products are always welcome. Thank you for your generosity in the past and moving forward.

Thank You

Prayer Room
Please stop by the prayer room next to the library to see the beautiful print Carol Graham donated for our prayer room. We give thanks to Carol with grateful hearts!

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