SEA BRIGHT ANGELS

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.

NEW HOURS

Sunday Morning Service beginning 10:00 AM

Starting Sunday Sep 10, 2017

Ralph E. Clauer

Celebration of Life of Our Brother in Christ

Ralph E. Clauer

August 20, 2017 Eleventh Sunday After Pentecost

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…

COMMUNITY DINNER

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

ORGAN CONCERT

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

Sep 17: Fifteenth Sunday After Pentecost, Year A

Season of Creation: WIND, SKY, AND SEA

Fire fascinates us, draws us in, and then reduces us to trembling. Death is at once enemy, and sister. And today, we join the witness of scripture in joy and terror at the power of wind, and sky, and sea, and with Francis we confess that God is surely praised through them.  

 

REFERENCES:

  • Exodus 14:19-31
  • Psalm 114
  • Exodus 15:1b-11
  • Romans 14:1-12

Sep 24: Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost, Year A

Season of Creation: FOOD

We increase God’s praise when we address not just our own "hanger," but the legitimate howls of hanger or hunger, “the cries of the needy,” as we pray in our confession of sin, cries we are called to hear as Christ’s body, are respond to with whatever means we have, just as God did, and longs to do through us — without hesitation.

View The Season of Creation Series Overview »

REFERENCES:

  • Exodus 16:2-15
  • Psalm 105:1-6, 37-45
  • Philippians 1:21-30
  • Matthew 20:1-16

Oct 01: Seventeenth Sunday After Pentecost, Year A

World Communion Sunday

World Communion Sunday was started in 1940 as a Presbyterian-led initiative of the Federal Council of Churches toward ecumenical celebration of Communion by some Protestants in the United States on the same Sunday at a time when most U.S. Protestant denominations celebrated Communion infrequently (quarterly at most), and rarely on the same schedule. Not all churches involved in the Federal Council at the time chose to participate, but there was fairly strong uptake by Presbyterians, Methodists, Congregationalists (now known as UCC), and some Baptist groups at the time. These, in turn, generally promoted the idea across their missionary networks outside the United States so there would be more of a feel of worldwide Communion on that day, even if the practice was (and remains) in fact largely limited to a few U.S. Protestant denominations.

United Methodists worldwide continue the practice, as do the Methodist churches outside the United States we and our predecessor denominations autonomized in the twentieth century. We also mark this observance with a special offering that supports scholarships worldwide and in the U.S. and ethnic in-service training programs. 

REFERENCES:

  • Exodus 17:1-7
  • Psalm 78:1-4, 12-16 (UMH 799)
  • Philippians 2:1-13
  • Matthew 21:23-32
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