Located at 211 Millstone Road in beautifully rural Millstone Township, New Jersey in Monmouth County, we hope that you will be moved to be part of the mission of God's love wherever you are, and if you are close enough, come check out our ministry!
Sundays @ 9:30AM
Adult Bible Study in the Ministry Center, beginning again in September:
Tuesdays @ 11:00AM
Sundays @ 9:00AM
Sewing Circle - Wednesdays @ 5:30PM
Book Club - September 12 @ 7:00PM
Dates to Remember...
Last Day of Worship at 9:30 am - Aug. 28th
First Day of Worship at 10:30 am - Sept. 4th
First Day of Sunday School - Sept. 11th
First Day of Tuesday, Bible Study - Sept. 13th
Looking for a good book to read? Our book club is an active group of readers who welcome you to join them any time for book discussion. Come to one meeting – or come to all. You’re sure to enjoy a great conversation among fellow book lovers and friends. The book club is open to everyone; you do not have to be a member to join us at anytime! New readers are always welcome!
Our Upcoming Guest Preachers:
July 31 & August 28 – Mr. Doug Walters
Doug Walters is a recent graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary who is pursuing pastoral ministry in the PC(USA). He lives in Princeton with his wife, Cammi; their beautiful and spirited son Evan; and their obnoxious and overly-friendly dog, Amos. He is excited
to be worshipping with us all!
August 7, Sept. 4 The Reverend Joanne Petto
The Rev. Joanne Petto is a Law Enforcement Chaplain with the Plainsboro Township Police Department and the NJ State Police. As a member of the NJ Crisis Intervention Network, she responds throughout the state to assist first responders who have been involved
in traumatic incidents. She is a Disaster Response Crisis Counselor and a Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress.
August 14, & 21 Mr. Matthew Warren
Matthew was born and raised in Northfield, NJ. He attended The College of New Jersey, where he met his wife Ashley, a Millstone native who attended preschool at United Presbyterian Church of Millstone. In college, Matthew began to sense a call to ministry and
worked with several campus fellowships. After college, he attended Princeton Theological Seminary, receiving both a Master of Divinity (2011) and a Master of Theology (2012). He has since worked as an interim youth minister, associate pastor, and as an adjunct professor of history and philosophy at Middlesex County College and Mercer County Community College. He currently teaches social studies in the West Windsor Plainsboro Regional School District and is pursuing his PhD in theology part-time at the
University of Aberdeen. In their free time, he and Ashley like to read, spend time outdoors, and travel. Matthew and Ashley are both very excited to visit with UPCM again!