Every year, from Advent to New Year’s Day, we decorate the Chancel with poinsettias purchased from memorial donations designated for loved ones.
Wait a minute! This is a Christmas Day story? Where’s “O little town of Bethlehem?” The narrative attributed to John is not a story of…
I was born in the New York Presbyterian Hospital and raised on the banks of the Hudson River just west of the city in a New Jersey town aptly named West New York. Throughout my life…
Ever since my first job, I always feared making a mistake. I feared getting written up, spoken to, or even fired from the job.
The sacrament of baptism is how we are marked as God’s own. John the Baptist acted in fulfilling the prophecy of Isaiah by baptizing individuals after they confessed their sins…
The season of giving is upon us, there is conflict in the world, and the needs in our communities near and far are significant.
Watch the Replay: Good and funeral may not sound like they go together, but in this seminar (hosted by our Deacons) on funeral planning they most certainly do!
An overview of our latest session meeting. See recent baptism, wedding, and presbytery information.
Reading a Thanksgiving book with your children can help them (and you!) refocus on what truly matters at this time of year.
Recently, our very own Vern Verhoef was involved with an Oral History Project as part of an undergraduate class at Rutgers regarding the power of community organizing.