Matawan United Methodist Church - Let us pray for you!
Thursday, June 20, 2019


GOODSEARCH: Did you know you can donate money to Matawan United Methodist Church just by simply searching the Internet.  Use the search engine "Good Search "and select Matawan United Methodist Church under the "Who do you search for" field and hit verify.  It is that simple.  Every time you perform a search or shop using Good Search, they will make a donation to Matawan United Methodist Church.  Just click on the following link and get started.
ROOFING FUND: If you are interested in making a donation to help pay for the roof that was replaced, please make your checks payable to Matawan United Methodist Church and notate "The Roof" in the memo section at the bottom of your check.  REMEMBER, if each person gives “a little” (perhaps $1.00 a day/maybe even your pennies and loose change - then no one has to give “a lot”).
ALTAR FLOWERS: Altar flowers adorn our altar each week.  And....did you know???? You have the opportunity to participate in this ministry!  You may wish to remember your loved ones, by donating flowers "in memory of" or "in honor of"....or maybe you want to acknowledge that special birthday, anniversary or other occasion with flowers on the Altar.  You can even donate because you just feel called and compelled to!  It is easy to do.  Simply fill out the flower chart which is located on the bulletin board in the Narthex or contact the church office and let them know your request.  Be sure to include your name along with the dedication.  The cost of the flower arrangement is $10.00.  It's that easy. 



Food Pantry

We always welcome volunteers in the food pantry. If interested just go to the lower parking lot and let them know you are there to volunteer.

Food Pantry Hours:

Every Thursday morning from 10:00am to 11:30am

The second and fourth Tuesday evening of every month from 6:30pm - 7:30pm


478 Atlantic Avenue, Aberdeen, NJ, 07747.

We are located at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Church Street


Focus on Shared Ministries

 We are the Matawan United Methodist Church-Aberdeen. We have missions and ministries right here, in our community that we heartily support. You many not realize that we support ministries across the United States and even around the world. Our church, the United Methodist Church, helps with this support through shared ministries. Shared ministries are a portion of our offerings that are sent to our Conference (Northern Shore) and then applied to several mission funds.


            One of these funds is the World Service Fund. The World Service Fund provides basic support for several arms of the United Methodist Church that work with missionaries, children, persons with disabilities and many other ecumenical works. One of these efforts is to stimulate spiritual commitment and stimulate Bible Study. An example of this is the founding of Wellspring UMC in Ferguson, Missouri, supported initially in part by the World Service Fund. Another exciting example of the support provided by the World Service Fund (and your support through shared ministries) is the Food Pantry that has been formed by Pomona UMC in Pomona, Kansas. One of their mission goals, much like ours is to combat hunger. Through the hard work of parishioners and initial support from the World Service Fund, they are achieving their goal in Pomona.
One of the logos for our shared ministries says “United Methodists…Giving Generously. Connecting Resources.” This never more present than our contributions to the World Service Fund.



























FLEA MARKET:   Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 10:00am-2:00pm.  Spaces and tables are available for rent and we are looking for vendors (new & used items) for this day.  Please contact the church office if you are interested in renting a space.   



COMMUNITY GARDEN:   The Community Garden is a mission shared by Matawan United Methodist Church, Temple Shalom and Temple Beth Ahm to provide fresh produce to our local community through working together in planting and maintaining a community garden.  We had a successful first year and provided fresh produce to many families within our community.  While our garden is put to bed for the winter, we are still working on planning our crops for next year.  We are excited about the prospect of adding a butterfly garden in 2011 which will enable us to assist in butterfly and wildlife conservation.  We will begin preparing our garden in March, 2011 for our second year of planting and hope you will be able to join us.