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red bank umcRED BANK, NJ – The United Methodist Church of Red Bank welcomes the Reverend Jessica Brendler-Naulty, our new pastor, who will give her first sermon at RBUMC on Sunday, October 5, 2014.  A reception will follow the 10:30AM service.  All are invited to join in this service as we welcome Jessica and family to our church. 

Jessica comes to us as a fourth generation United Methodist pastor, and Red Bank UMC is her fourth appointment since she began her ministry; previously she served the Haddonfield UMC, the Trinity UMC, and the Monroe Community Church.  With a BS in Biology from Rutgers University, Cook College, and a Masters in Secondary Science Education from Rutgers, Jessica went on to Drew Theological School where she received a Masters of Divinity. 

She has co-led Youth and Young Adults to Taize, France, in addition to ministry in the areas  of Christian education and nurture, children’s and youth ministries, counseling pre-funeral and pre-marital events, and teaching at confirmation classes.   In addition she counselled at music camp, on bike trips, and in equestrian camp.  Jessica’s talents include singing with a contemporary band!  Her husband, Howard and infant twin daughters Alyssa and Kristie, accompany her to this appointment. 

Red Bank United Methodist Church is located at 247 Broad Street, Red Bank, NJ.  For information call 732-747-0446.


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