The DeBows Pathfinders went hiking at Baldpate Mountain, Titusville, NJ, near Washington Crossing State Park, on Saturday, June 9. The Pathfinders are discussing their plans for the summer and schedule information will be posted on the church website. You may also view some pictures from the hike below. You may contact Wayne Ervin for more information about the DeBows Pathfinders group.
DeBows UMC is rebranding their once-a-month casual worship service as Revival Sunday to better convey the nature and spirit of the service. We will be leveraging the talents of our musicians and their affinity toward bluegrass and old-time Gospel music. There will be plenty of familiar music presented to encourage congregational singing.
The first Revival Sunday Service will be on Sunday, April 22nd at 10:00am. Starting in May, Revival Sunday will be the last Sunday of each month. The energy of these services will revive your spirit and strengthen your faith. Everyone is welcome to join us for any of these uplifting services. We look forward to seeing you there!
The DeBows Pathfinders took a trip to Double Trouble State Park in Bayville, NJ on Saturday, February 10th. It was a cloudy, but warm February day, with temperatures in the 50’s. Some pictures taken during the hike can be viewed below. The next Pathfinders hike is scheduled for Saturday, March 10th. They will meet at the church at 10:00am and then go to Allaire State Park.
Please join us for Fellowship Time each Sunday after the 10:00 AM worship service. You will be able to enjoy friendly conversation and light refreshments.
Visitors are welcome and encouraged to join us for this time of fellowship. You will have the opportunity to meet people from the congregation and learn more about the DeBows community of faith.
Also, for months having 5 Sundays, we celebrate the 5th Sunday with a Covered Dish Luncheon during Fellowship Time. If members of the congregation wish to host a fellowship time, please sign up for a specific week at the sign-up table located outside of Fellowship Hall. This ministry is made possible by the donations received during Fellowship Time and the people who volunteer to host each week.