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There is much happening in our church in the coming the weeks, and we hope that you will be able to join us for these special events and services!
Sunday Seminar Sunday March 26 from 5-7 p.m.
We are excited to welcome Kate Duggan of Family Promise of Bergen County next Sunday. Sandwiches and dessert will be served , and we'll learn about how we can support Family Promise as they assist working families who are temporarily homeless and who have children. Please use the sign up sheet in the lounge or private message Michelle Hickey.
2017 Wednesday Lenten Noon Services
Join us on Wednesdays during Lent in the lounge of the Second Reformed Church for a time of devotion during the lunch hour, from 12:15 to 12:45 pm. You may come early and bring your lunch. Beverages (coffee & tea) and dessert will be provided. This year’s theme promises to bring us new insights as we explore the question, “What is most meaningful to me about Lent?”
Not available for the mid-day service, but you’d still like to worship on Ash Wednesday, marking the beginning of Lent?
The First Presbyterian Church of Hackensack has invited us to their Ash Wednesday Communion Service on March 1st at 7:30 p.m. They are located at 64 Passaic St.
We remember and give thanks for those members of the church who have gone before us to be with the Lord. We are comforted, as the Scriptures remind us, that both in life and in death we belong to the Lord. (Rom. 14:8).
We pray that God will make complete the union of our departed ones and Himself, and that we might one day share in the same eternal communion. We call to remembrance those members of the church who departed since we last observed All Saints Sunday:
Frank L. Conley
Charles F. Schneider, Jr.
Peter G. Banta
Tuesday Morning Bible Study
We would like all that can attend to our weekly Bible Study held each Tuesday morning at 10:00 AM and run by Rev. Roland Ratmeyer
Our Food Pantry is in need of canned vegetables, paper towels, cleaning supplies & toiletries. For the moment, they do not need pasta, macaroni or canned soups.
Take advantage of the Can-Can sales to buy in bulk and donate some items to our Food Pantry.
Donations are collected on the first Sunday of each month.
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