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Upcoming Events


Blood Drive

Sign up now for our next Blood Drive hosted by the American Red Cross on Thursday, April 15 from 11am to 4pm at the Parish House-South Street Hall.
COVID precautions will be in effect. RSVP required. Sign up on the Red Cross website. Enter zip 07960.

REGISTER FOR BLOOD DRIVE


Spring Clean Up

April 10 & April 17 from 9 AM - 12 PM

Help us clean up in the Courtyard and prepare the Church on the Green for spring! We will be weeding, pruning, collecting leaves, spreading mulch, etc.  Questions? Contact Sue Wood at qswood42@gmail.com.  Thanks to all who joined us last month.

Sign Up Here


Free Clothing Event

Saturdays, April 10, May 8, and June 12 at 11AM

Clothes are new or gently used and in great condition!  Event takes place at the Parish House: 65 South St.

Currently accepting spring and summer clothing donations.


WEEKLY GROUPS

BIBLE STUDY SMALL GROUP

MONDAY, APRIL 12, 19, AND 26 AT 1:30PM

Contact Alexandra for more info.

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS BIBLE STUDY

MEETING DATES VARY

A group for ages 18-30. 

Contact Patrick for more info.

MIDWEEK

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 21, AND 28 AT 4:15PM

Fun weekly activities for youth.

K - 5th Grade

Contact Alexandra for more info.

Middle Schoolers

Contact Patrick for more info.

CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP

FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 23, AND 30 AT 1PM

Open to all who are caring for a loved one.

Contact Rev. Sarah to join.

SUNDAY SCHOOL

SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 18, AND 25 AT 9AM

For ages 2 thru 7th grade.

Contact Alexandra for more info.


ADULT SUNDAY MORNING SEMINAR

SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 18 AND 25 AT 9AM

The King James Bible and Walt Whitman with Prof. Chip Dobbs-Allsopp.
A three-part series on the making of the King James Bible, , and of the remarkable influence this masterpiece of prose translation had on America’s greatest and most original poet, Walt Whitman.

In this telling of the story of the KJB two moments are highlighted, the original work of William Tyndale and  the story of the translation and publication of the KJB itself. Tyndale was the first to translate the Bible into English from the original Greek and Hebrew.  Tyndale is the true genius behind the KJB, and his translation technique set the pattern for all later translations into English. Then we shift forward several generations to the time just after James I’s ascension to the English throne, when the famous companies of translators are assembled to publish the KJB in 1611.

Sign Up Here.


HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP

SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 18, AND 25 AT 12:30PM

Contact Patrick for more info.

Want to keep up with the Youth Ministry?  Create a BAND profile and join us.