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First United Methodist Church

201 N. Second Street.
PO Box 116
Milliville, NJ 08332

856.825.2329
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WORSHIP SERVICES  
 8:30am Early Bird Service
9:30am Contemporary Service 
9:30am Sunday School                                 
11:00am Traditional Worship Service                                     
*Nursery: Infant through 1st grade available during 9:30 and 11:00 services.

SUNDAY ACTIVITIES

JUNIOR HIGH CLUB – 5;30pm
SENIOR HIGH CLUB – 7:00pm

 

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Did You Know?


6 The number of members that participated this year in the Mexican mission.


$1,400 Donated on blanket Sunday, which buys 280 blankets.


$140 The amount to support 1 child in Uganda-2meals a day, school uniforms and education for a year.

Local Missions

Habitat for Humanity
A-Home
Millville Ministerium
Urban Promise
New Fountain of Life Ministry (Mexico)
Kevin & Joanne Wood (Missionaries)
Steve & Gail Quigg (Missionaries)
Help & Hope
For Love of Children (S.Africa Orphanage)
Katanga Africa/New Jersey Conference Partnership
Priority One Jon Growth Ministries
Shine
Crop Walk and Blankets (Church World Service)
Umcor
United Methodist Homes
Covenant House*
Jim Hughs Ministry*
Gideons*
*New Missions for 2009
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Outreach Ministry

As our name states, The Outreach Committee supports ministry of our church and community.  Our two major projects are the Annual Talent Show for members of our church held in the Spring of the year and the Neighborhood Fun Fair held each August. During the 2009 Fun Fair, 330 backpacks were distributed, 425 hot dogs served and thankfully too may volunteers to count.

Members are asked by the Nominations Committee, however, any interested church member is encouraged to join us for their activities.  We also support other church activities as needed.

 

Help and Hope Ministries Food Programs

Central UMCThe Food Closet of Help & Hope Ministries has provided food to many of our neighbors in the current year.  More than 3438 of our neighbors were provided 30,942 meals and 4,401 bags of food.  The need for food had increased to all time highs due to poor economic conditions and remains high.  Food usage 30% higher than last year.

Help & Hope needs continued efforts by our churches and community to be able to sustain our ability to provide food.  We continually need donations of non-perishable food, both plastic and brown paper bags, and money to purchase food.

The Help & Hope Food Closet at 216 Howard Street in Millville, New Jersey is open from 10:00am to 12:00 noon on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

We have also resumed our monthly luncheon in Berry Hall at First Presbyterian Church. We will resume third Saturday luncheons on January 26, 2010.

We appreciate all the support we have received over the many years our Food closet and Monthly Luncheons have been providing for people who need food.  Please continue your efforts and help us meet the basic human needs of our neighbors.


church@firstumcmillville.org