We never like to talk about money in the church, but continuing financial stewardship is encouraged to support the ongoing mission and work of the church. Please consider using our online giving through our established account with VANCO. You can find information on setting up an account by visiting:
You may also want to investigate online giving through your personal bank account. Another alternative is to mail your donations to the church office located at 8 Broad Street, PO Box 509, Branchville, NJ 07826. Additionally, our Greater NJ Annual Conference has set up a link on their website so that you can donate online. All donations will go directly to our church.
Here is the link: https://www.gnjumc.org/onlinegiving/.
Our Administrative Assistant, Barbara Collver will continue to come in on Mondays to do the deposits as long as it is permissible by the local, state and federal governmental agencies. We also know that this time will bring financial crisis to many in our community. Please know that we are here to help every way we can. Please contact the pastor for prayer and to share your needs and concerns.
Remember the words of the Apostle Paul found in 2 Timothy 1:7:
“For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love and self-discipline.”
Hold onto those words and remember that God will get us through this together. Our Bishop, John Schol, shared this important insight:
“While God is sovereign, throughout history, good Christians, faithful Christians have died through disease. Jesus was clear, ‘It will rain on the just and the unjust’ (Matthew 5:45). God does not protect us from foolishness and flaunting safety in the name of God. This is a serious virus that kills and is highly contagious. God is for everyone and expects the church to model faith tempered with wisdom.”
As your pastor, I am committed to serving and leading the Branchville church through these difficult times and will keep you informed of any updates as necessary.
May God comfort and sustain you in these uncertain times.
Pastor Nancy Robinson