Chalkboard Conversations

“What brings you joy?” That was the very first question on the very first week of the very first year of our Chalkboard ministry.

This year will mark the fourth year of this wonderful community activity.

In the last week of June, we will once again position our large chalkboard outside of the church, and will post a weekly question on it for community response.

Wander by regularly to reflect on the question posted, add your response to the board, and review the responses of others! (And if you would like to be part of the team that oversees the weekly “refreshing” of the board, please speak with Pastor Hogan).

And then make your way a few steps over to our Community Garden!

Contact Information
  1. The United Methoidst Church of Summit
  2. 908-277-1700
  3. umcofsummit@gmail.com
Mon, July 17
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“What brings you joy?” That was the very first question on the very first week of the very first year of our Chalkboard ministry.

This year will mark the fourth year of this wonderful community activity.

In the last week of June, we will once again position our large chalkboard outside of the church, and will post a weekly question on it for community response.

Wander by ...

The United Methodist Church of Summit, 17 Kent Place Boulevard Summit, NJ 07901 true

The United Methodist Church of Summit, 17 Kent Place Boulevard
Summit, NJ 07901

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