Updated June  6 , 2021


  • Those with symptoms of illness (fevers, aches, cough, sneezing) and underlying health conditions that put them at risk are asked to stay home.
  • Masks are still required for those who are unvaccinated visitors and members.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are still placed throughtout the Sanctuary.
  • Our outside groups are required to adhere to the same safety guidelines.

In-person worship services to resume sunday, march 14

Greetings in Christ!

As all of you know, the past several months have been an extremely trying time for businesses, families, and individuals as COVID19 continues to be a reality.

As a pastor of Browns Mills United Methodist Church, I am deeply sad to inform you that we are going to go to Online Only Church Broadcast of our services temporarily after the Thanksgiving, and we will back to our in-person service on Sunday, March 14, 2021.
As you know, we are in an area that has been determined to be a “hotspot.” Out of an abundance of concern for the health of our people, we are going to take this action. We, as leadership are doing our best to navigate these “uncharted waters.” I want to express our sincerest thanks to all of you for your prayers and words of support.

Please know that even if we may respond differently than other churches from time to time, our heart desire is that we protect you, as well as maintain our ability to witness in this community.

One of the most challenging things we deal with in this whole thing is that there is no “cookie-cutter” approach to handling the situation. What may work for churches in one State, County, or City may not be what works in another area.

So for now, be sure to visit our Facebook page at and YouTube channel to join each service online.
When the service stream starts, I would encourage you to attempt to close all other distractions, and just spend a while with us and the Lord in focused worship. While we don't believe this will ever replace the joy of being together as the Church, it sure is nice to know there are great possibilities until we are able to meet again.

Thank you again for your prayers, and rest assured, we are praying for you too!

Blessings in Christ,
Rev. Daeil Min, pastor
Browns Mills United Methodist Church