Check out what's going on this week at the UMC of Red Bank!
Thursday, January 12, 2023
Click the video above to watch Pastor Cam's Weekend Preview and join us in person or online for worship this Sunday, at 10 am. Hope to see you there!
Reminder: We have resumed in-person worship and continue to live-stream the service on our website and YouTube channel.
Worship Readers Needed-
We are in need of Worship Readers for upcoming Sundays. You can sign up on the sheet near the coffee machine in Fellowship Hall or click here to sign up online. Thank you to all who volunteer each Sunday and serve UMC Red Bank in this way!
Cook a Dinner for Youth Group-
Youth Group is in need of volunteers to make dinners for approximately 20 people on Wednesday evenings. If you are interested and can help, please contact Bonnie Deroski to learn more and sign up.
Learning Tree Registration Open-
Click the image below to access registration forms.
Join the Worship Team
Looking for a new and easy way to be more involved in worship? Would you like to learn more about liturgical theology or to bring your creative spark to our worship spaces and services? Then the Worship Team is a place for you! If you are interested in learning more about the worship team at UMCRB, talk to Pastor Cam.  
Solar Power Monthly Update-
From December 1, 2022 through January 1, 2023, UMC Red Bank has avoided 3,101 pounds of CO2 emissions. Since the solar panel system start up, we have avoided a total of 1,076,528 lbs (or approximately 488 metric tonnes). We are proud of this accomplishment and will continue to play our part in protecting our Earth!
UWF Kitchen Cleaning- 1/14
Please help us give the church kitchen a thorough cleaning! Join us Saturday, January 14 at 9:30 am. Bring rubber gloves, tools you think would be useful and wear old clothes appropriate for some serious cleaning work!
Join Pastor Cam at the MLK Community Commemorative Celebration - 1/16
Join the Property Team!
Are you interested in a hands-on opportunity to help our church? The Property Team is looking for help with various tasks that help maintain our buildings. If you're interested, please see Pastor Cam for more info. 
GreenFaith Meeting - 1/22
Calling all Green Team! There will be a meeting after worship on Sunday, January 22 at 11:15 am in the library lounge. We are looking for your input on how to promote our GreenFaith efforts. Contact Janie Schildge with any questions or for more information on how to get involved.
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 CANNED SOUP. Thank you for your continued support. Email us at with any questions.
Adult Education -
Join Us for Two New & Inspiring Lessons
Wednesdays Online & Sundays at UMC Red Bank
-On Sunday mornings, starting 1/22 in the Lounge here at UMC Red Bank, we will begin Joan Chittister’s video series on Spirituality, Self, and Society. Sister Joan Chittister, a member of the Order of Saint Benedictine Sisters of Erie, PA, has been a highly influential religious and social leader and an advocate for peace, women’s rights, human rights, and church renewal for over 40 years. The video series addresses the challenges of living a purposeful life defined by compassion and care for others. In that spirit of unity, Chittister invites an interfaith panel to join her in broadening the conversation.
-On Wednesday evenings, starting 1/25, Ken Glossbrenner will be leading us in a study of Climate Church, Climate World - How people of faith must work for change by Jim Antal, United Church of Christ. Climate Church, Climate World contends that climate change is the greatest moral challenge humanity has ever faced. Hunger, refugees, poverty, inequality, deadly viruses, war—climate change multiplies all forms of global social injustice. Environmental advocate, Rev. Jim Antal, calls on the church to meet this moral challenge: to embrace a new vocation so that future generations might live in harmony with God’s creation. After illuminating how human beings are responsible for the dangers our planet now faces, Antal proposes how people of faith can embrace new approaches to worship, preaching, witnessing, and other spiritual practices that honor creation and cultivate hope.
Save the Date:
God Squad Spaghetti Dinner 2/4

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Fellowship Time
Coffee Hour-
Sign Up Sheet in Fellowship Hall
We are looking for volunteers to help set up, serve and clean up during Fellowship Time Coffee Hour. Sign up on the sheet near the coffee machines in Fellowship Hall or contact Amanda in the office to place your name on the list.
Pastoral Care
If someone is hospitalized or in need of pastoral care,
please contact Rev. Cameron Overbey at or call (732) 747-0446.