It’s that ‘time of year’ when we think about the Gift we received from God – ‘The Birth of His Son”. 

Let’s take this time to think about those that are less fortunate, many without homes.  Will you share with others by donating Gift Cards, Socks or Mittens? 

Please indicate your gift choice and return in the offertory basket:

Gift Card  -  Cash  -  Check 

 Socks  -  Mittens/Gloves (a receptacle will be located in the Nave)

Jersey Shore Rescue Mission

Each night, a multitude of people are homeless in Asbury Park. You can change that!  Each day Jersey Shore Rescue Mission welcomes people who are homeless, poor and struggling with addiction.  Each year, thousands of lives are transformed here through God’s love and the generous support of our Jersey Shore Community. 

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is an integral part of the Christian Church, although distinctive in government and practice. The Army's doctrine follows the mainstream of Christian belief and its articles of faith emphasize God's saving purposes.


The Food Bank of Monmouth & Ocean Counties is now Fulfill. They changed their name, because they’re doing more than ever to change lives in our communities for the better.  It reflects their commitment to fulfill more of the needs of our neighbors and win the battle against hunger. It reflects their comprehensive approach that goes beyond providing food and helps those in need get to a place where they can get back on their feet for good, providing the resources people need to become self-sufficient.


Starting Sunday September 08

Services to start at 10:00 am



Dinner 6:30 pm

Meeting 7:00-8:00 pm



Dinner 6:30 pm

Meeting 7:00 – 8:00 pm

Sea Bright Acoustic Cafe

Come join us for an evening of fun and entertainment.  Light refreshments will be served.

To be held in our Downstairs Fellowship Hall.



Our youth group will be preparing dinner for the families at Ronald McDonald House on Thursday – Oct. 10.

Would you be interested in sponsoring a meal?  (Cost $30)    We are always looking for people to help. Contact Grace 908-303-9695


The Sea Bright Angels is a youth group of the Sea Bright United Methodist Church that meets weekly to learn and grow in Christian maturity by serving in the community. The purpose of the group is to provide youth with a Biblical foundation and opportunity to fellowship with other youth and serve God by helping others.  Any youth between the ages of 12 and 18 can join. Members are not required to be residents of Sea Bright nor members of the Church.

The leaders include Kathleen Brooks and Sharon Burns.  

Please call  (732) 530-7003 for more information.

The Sea Bright Angels meet weekly on Wednesdays at 5pm.   Ages 12 to 18 – all are welcome.


God's Gifts are for use in His Service

The gifts we have received are not ours alone. God gave them to us for the purpose of serving Him and serving other people.

Will you share your talent, or the special gift God has  given you?  There is a need for members for various ministries.  Please give your name to Pastor Michael. 

150th Anniversary of our Church!

Everyone is encouraged to join us in the preparation of the celebration of the 150TH anniversary of our church congregation. We started as the Church of the Fishermen, on the beach in Sea Bright in 1865.

Please share your ideas on how to make this anniversary special?

Coming soon…


Anyone looking to participate - please contact Barbara

Normal Weekly Schedule

Day Time Type
Sunday 10:00am Sunday Worship + Sunday School + Breakfast
Sunday 6:30pm Footprints in the Sand
Tuesday 6:30pm Fellowship Dinner
Tuesday 7:00pm Bible Study
First Sunday 2:00pm Meridian Ministry in Shrewsbury

Nov 17: Twenty Third Sunday after Pentecost 2019, Year C

Shaped by the Reign

Abiding in the Reign

These scripture passages intersect at the themes of labor (Isaiah 65; 2 Thessalonians 3), God’s blessing (Isaiah 65), and the faithfulness of God in equipping us for our labors (Luke 21).


Nov 24: Reign of Christ, Christ the King Sunday, Year C

Allegiance to the Reign

Abiding in the Reign

These lectionary readings present quite the juxtaposition for Reign of Christ/Christ the King Sunday, which is the concluding week of the Christian liturgical year. When we think of Christ’s lordship, the Colossians 1 passage is an obvious choice, as it speaks to the preeminence of Jesus and his Lordship over all creation. At the same time, Christ is one who was crucified like a standard criminal, offering forgiveness up until his final breath. Put together, these scripture readings paint an image of Christ as our crucified God who reconciles the whole world to himself through his death and Resurrection.



Dec 01: First Sunday of Advent, Year A

The Spirit Abides


Are We There Yet?

Journeys begin with a choice. Shall I go or not? Shall I stay and embrace the known and the comfortable, or shall I go and maybe find something wonderful, or maybe be unsettled, upset, uncertain?


Sunday Worship in Remembrance of Me
Sunday School
Bible Study
Our music is traditional hymnal
Feed the Hungry
Help with Addiction
Prison Ministry
Send a Prayer Request
Our beliefs


Stained Glass Window of Jesus


Our Purpose is to help you: Connect, Grow and Serve!


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