Starting Sunday June 02

Services to start at 09:30 am



In Partnership with Middletown UMC & North Shore

Fellowship Dinner 6:30 p.m. – Service 7 p.m.


Sunset Surf Service

Sunset Surf Service

Sea Bright Acoustic Cafe

Next date to be announced.


Our youth group will continue to prepare the monthly dinners for the families staying at Ronald McDonald House. 

The LAST dinner was on June 19.

Would you be interested in sponsoring a meal?  (Cost $30)   

We are always looking for people to help.


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
Saturday 6:30pm Footprints in the Sand
Tuesday 6:00pm Fellowship Dinner
Tuesday 7:00pm Bible Study
First Sunday 2:00pm Meridian Ministry in Shrewsbury

Borough of Sea Bright Public Library

The Sea Bright United Methodist Church is now hosting the Sea Bright Library. 

Day  Hours
Monday 1:00 - 5:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 5:00
Friday 1:00 - 7:00 (Summer)
Friday 1:00 - 5:00 (Winter)
Saturday 9:00 - 12:00 Noon

Summer: Memorial Day to Labor Day


The Sea Bright United Methodist Church is now hosting the Sea Bright Library. 

Day  Hours
The Sea Bright Library has arranged for an organ concert every first Saturday of the month For 1 hour starting at 11 a.m.  Come hear the glorious sounds that come from our beautiful organ

Jul 07: Fourth Sunday After Pentecost 2019, Year C

The Inheritance of God Worship Series: THE INHERITANCE OF TRUST

In scripture, we encounter the character of Naaman, a great commander of King Aram’s army. He is suffering from leprosy and is desperate for healing. A young woman, a captive from Israel (the “other,” who lacks power and social standing), speaks with authority and certainty to Naaman’s wife that the prophet Elisha in the land of Israel could heal Naaman. Maybe it was out of desperation, or maybe it was the still, small voice of God speaking to Naaman, but Naaman trusted the Israelite woman and embarked on a journey to the land of Israel to be healed.

View the Inheritance of God series overview >>


  • 2 Kings 5:1-14
  • Psalm 30 (UMH 762)
  • Galatians 6:(1-6) 7-16
  • Luke 10:1-11, 16-20

Jul 14: Fifth Sunday After Pentecost 2019, Year C

Living as Disciples Worship Series: WEEK 1

I think that often when we read the parable of the Good Samaritan we miss the point of the story. In the parable, when the lawyer (who was not a lawyer like we think of a lawyer, but really more like a seminary professor or highly educated clergyperson) correctly identifies the Samaritan as the neighbor, Jesus responds with the words, “That is the right answer; do this and you will live.”

View the Living as Disciples series overview >>


  • Amos 7:7-17
  • Psalm 82 (UMH 804)
  • Colossians 1:1-14
  • Luke 10:25-37

Jul 21: Sixth Sunday After Pentecost 2019, Year C

Living as Disciples Worship Series: WEEK 2

So this second week in our series on “Living as Disciples for the Transformation of the World” we consider the story of Jesus’ visit to the home of Mary and Martha in Bethany. For those of you who read my words regularly what I’m about to write may sound like I am beating a dead horse, but I simply cannot and will not read the story of Mary and Martha as an indictment of Martha and a lauding of Mary.

View the Living as Disciples series overview >>


  • Amos 8:1-12
  • Psalm 52 or 82 (UMH 804)
  • Colossians 1:15-28
  • Luke 10:38-42
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