Missions of Flemington Presbyterian
We believe in putting our faith into action and showing Christ's love through our missions. Some of our missions are through the church and some are in partnership with other organizations. New ideas are always welcome – please contact our pastor, Nancy Asbury, at the church office or the Outreach Committee.
Volunteers in Mission
Our annual mission trip to Maine. More information about this ministry is here.
Our deacons serve our church family and the local community in the spirit of our Lord's ministry of healing and compassion with missions ranging from visitation to Angel Tree to Care Groups. Learn more about our Deacon Ministries.
We host the offices of Family Promise as well as participate in this collaborative project by providing housing on our campus for homeless women and families in our community. For two weeks, twice yearly, food, shelter and fellowship are provided for those in need. Volunteers are needed to prepare meals and assist on site during these times.
contact: Steve Lederach (908) 806-7789 email@example.com
Hunterdon Interfaith Outreach Council
Addresses poverty in Hunterdon County, connecting individuals and families with solutions. Assists with heating oil and security deposits to help clients get into, and stay in, their homes.
contact: Kathie Verse (908) 581-1628 firstname.lastname@example.org
CROP Hunger Walk
Community-wide event sponsored by Church World Service to raise funds to end hunger in the U.S. and the world.
contact: Jim Apffel email@example.com (609) 397-3032
Flemington Food Pantry
Provides food and personal care items to needy families of Hunterdon County regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background.
contact: Lillian Oswald (908) 788-5568
Prayer Shawl Ministry
The Women’s Association welcomes your assistance in knitting Prayer Shawls for special persons, particularly those who are unable to get out-and-about so easily, as a warm symbol of our thoughts and prayers for them.
contact: Jean Mayersky firstname.lastname@example.org (908) 534-2302
Pedals for Progress
We collect used bicycles and refurbish them for Pedals for Progress, which ships them to developing countries where they are sorely needed and highly valued.
Urban Promise, Camden
Equips children and young adults with skills for academic achievement, life management, spiritual growth, and Christian leadership. Urban Promise fulfills this mission through after-school programs, summer camps, two schools, experiential learning, job training, and a host of other programs that challenge youth to develop and realize their potential.
New Eyes for the Needy
Collects and distributes used glasses to the disadvantaged in developing countries.
contact: Jim Apffel (609) 397-3032 email@example.com
Links communities and helps bring sustainable agriculture and commerce to areas with a long history of poverty.