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Syrian Refugee Crisis to be Discussed Oct. 11

Post Views: 13 An evening with Dr. Mary Mikhael is scheduled for Tuesday, October 11th at 7:00 pm at Old Bergen Church in Jersey City. Dr. Mary Mikhael is one of the leading authorities on Syria and Lebanon. For nearly 20 years she served as the Dean and President of the Near East School of Theology. She also served in the Women’s Program of the Middle East Council of Churches. She will be visiting with us […]

Reminder for Board of Pensions Employee Agreements: Due Sept. 30

Post Views: 13 Reminder to Pastors, Treasurers, Business Administrators, and Clerks of Session: every church with a member in the Board of Pensions Benefits Plan needs to have an employer representative create and submit an online Employer Agreement by September 30, 2016. If this is not done by next Friday, employees will not be able to make 2017 elections on Benefits Connect during annual enrollment (October 17 – November 11) and may not have the […]

Highlights of the September 17 Stated Meeting

Post Views: 41 (The November 15th (Tuesday) meeting of the Presbytery will be held at the First Presbyterian Church, Maywood, at 4:00pm. 401 Maywood Avenue, Maywood, NJ. The Rev. Sam Weddington, Pastor.) The Presbytery met on Saturday, September 17th at Old Bergen Church in Jersey City. Old Bergen is the longest continuous Christian congregation in New Jersey and a beautiful place for our meeting. We thank the Rev. Jon Brown and his congregation for hosting. […]

Gospel Musical Set for October 28 & 29 at Claremont Lafayette United PC

Post Views: 14 The House of Theos drama ministry at Claremont Lafayette United Presbyterian Church will present “Caught Up” the musical, starring Calvin Hart and Kimberly Kafele on October 28 and 29 at 7 p.m. The gospel musical will also feature Mark Hill, introduce Ashlei Hardenburg and there will be a guest appearance from Rev. Willie Keaton. The story centers on a mysterious disappearance of a pastor’s wife and son, and through chaos and confusion, […]

Silent Movie and Organ Music on October 29 at FPC Rutherford

Post Views: 13 “Flicks, Phantoms and Pipes” will occur on Saturday October 29 at 7:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Rutherford. Join others in watching a silent movie featuring Dr. David Baskeyfield improvising on the church’s newly restored Moller pipe organ. Costumes are optional. Child care is available. Free will offering will go to the Karen Kaiser Memorial Concert Series.

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