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Seasonal Opportunities

Church Conference Monday, November 12 7 p.m. // Sanctuary


Come celebrate how God calls us to Grow, Connect and Serve here at East Stroudsburg United Methodist. This Conference is led by our District Superintendent Rev. Irving Cotto and open to all.

Wednesday, November 21 7:30 p.m. at St. Matthews Roman


Catholic Church
Ridgeway Street, East Stroudsburg
Other Participating churches include: East Stroudsburg Presbyterian, East Stroudsburg United Methodist, Pocono Medical Center Chaplain

Church Conference Agenda


Lay Leader Report Pastoral State of the Church 2013 Pastoral Salaries and Appointments 2013 Nomination of Leaders Report of Lay Ministry

Bell Ringing for the Salvation Army


is scheduled for the week of December 5-10 at K-Mart in East Stroudsburg. One hour shifts are available between 5- 9 p.m. Monday - Friday and from 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. on Saturday. This a great opportunity for families, friends or co-workers of all ages. Help is also needed with picking up bell ringers at various locations between 6-8 p.m. Call Ken Brown for more information or to schedule a slot to ring at 424-6480.

Soup Kitchen Dates


Our Soup Kitchen will be serving meals Friday, November 23 and December 25, 27, 28. If you would like to help with set up, clean up, serving or with other various tasks, please call Ana Price at 604-9253.

East Stroudsburg United Methodist Church


A Community event for all ages!

Saturday, December 15 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.


Many Hands are Needed!
If you would be willing to help with evening set-up Thursday, December 13 or with cooking, serving decorations, crafts, story-telling or with clean-up, please contact Janice Peters at 994-4174. You can also contact Janice to participate as a vendor. United Methodist Women are also looking for anyone willing to make homemade baked goods or candy. Contact Linda Drake if you can help at 856-9395. Donations will be used by our Adult Mission Trips to purchase building materials, as they continue to assist in disaster response efforts in the United States and aid to local service agencies here in our community. Many of these agencies will have representatives on hand.