Check out what's going on this week at the UMC of Red Bank!
Thursday, March 9, 2023
Pastor Cam's Weekend Preview
Reminder: We have resumed in-person worship and continue to live-stream the service on our website and YouTube channel.
Don’t miss "The Best Corned Beef in Town!" - Saturday from 4:00-6:30
Hope to see you at the Scholastic Assistance Corned Beef and Cabbage Takeout Only Dinner this Sat., March 11th from 4:00 to 6:30. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at the door. Thank you for your support of scholarships for our youth. (Please remember to bring bags for takeout.)
Pastor Cam & Evans Lent Reflections- Every Wednesday
Join us every Wednesday in Lent as Pastor Cam and Evan share musical, visual, and spoken word reflections based on our Lenten theme of the journey from the barren wilderness to the new life and bloom of resurrection! The video link will be sent at Noon on Wednesdays via email and will also be linked via the Church's social media at that time! 
*In case you missed the email Wednesday, 3/8, click the image for the video link.
Adult Education Class -
Sundays (in person) &
On Sunday March 12, Adult Education will start a new study on Sunday mornings: Hell, No! by Richard Rohr. All are welcome to join us at 8:45 am in the Lounge as we examine our concepts of hell and what that does to our theology.  This is approximately a 3 week series. The Wednesday evening class is continuing our study of Climate Church, Climate World.
Church & Society Book Discussion- 3/26
Learn more about the "gender data gap" and how it impacts women by failing to take them into account in public policy, medical research, technology design, urban planning and more. Join us in a book discussion on "Invisible Women" by Caroline Criado Perez on Sunday, March 26 at 11:30 am in room 114. Contact Carol Rigler for more information.
Faith, Hope & Love- 4/22
Join Bonnie Deroski and others at Faith, Hope & Love! on Saturday, April 22, 2023 in Ewing, NJ
Faith, Hope & Love: Building Safer & More Welcoming Congregations for LGBTQ+ Youth is an inter generational event filled with learning, story-telling, resources, worship, and more. It is for teens, young adults, pastors, seminarians, youth workers, parents, congregational leaders, and resource providers. This day is for anyone who cares about making churches safer and more welcoming for LGBTQ+ youth. This year, Faith, Hope & Love will be by suggested donation of $20/attendee or $40/family (3 or more members of the same family). Registration is required. Please register at . See Bonnie Deroski for more information.
Backpack Crew Pantry
Donations Welcome
The Backpack Crew has continued to serve the increasing number of people who are impacted by food insecurity in the midst of this health crisis. Food donations are greatly appreciated on the back porch of the church, Monday though Friday from 9 am to 3 pm.
The current donation request is PASTA. 
Thank you for your continued support. Email us at with any questions.
UMCOR Disaster Relief- Turkey Earthquake
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck southern Turkey at 4:17 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 6, 2023, the most powerful earthquake recorded since 1939. In the hours that followed, at least 78 aftershocks were reported, followed by a second earthquake of 7.5 magnitude. More than 5,000 people were killed, with deaths expected to rise. The earthquake also heavily impacted northwest Syria, where 4.1 million people depend on humanitarian assistance. The majority are women and children. At this time, Syrian communities are simultaneously facing an ongoing cholera outbreak and extreme winter weather events, including heavy rain and snow. The humanitarian response is overstretched due to the devastation and cold weather. UMCOR has released an initial solidarity grant to a longstanding humanitarian partner, International Blue Crescent (IBC), which has offices in Turkey. The grant will provide tents, heaters, blankets, warm clothes, ready to eat meals and basic first aid kits. Click here to donate.
Pastoral Care
If someone is hospitalized or in need of pastoral care,
please contact Rev. Cameron Overbey at or call (732) 747-0446.