The annual Deacons' Chicken Dinner is coming! Join us in Fellowship Hall for scrumptious homemade chicken, sides, desserts and drinks. Tickets available after church in Fellowship Hall or at the door. $15 for adults (13 & older), $10 for senior citizens (65 & older), $7 for children (4 - 12 years old), and free for children 3 years old and younger. Maximum family cost of $45.
Are you or someone you know new to the area and looking for a church home? Have you been a visitor to our church and been wondering what it takes to join? If so, join us today for our Inquirers' Gathering. This is a fun and informal hour, starting at 11am in Fellowship Hall, of sharing so interested persons can learn more about the ministry and programs of our congregation, get an overview of the Presbyterian tradition and theology, and have an opportunity to ask questions of our church staff.
Join us for family fun at the Schaeffer Farms corn maze, and then it's back to church to fill Halloween care packages for our FPC college students! (If you have a college student who would like to receive a package, please send their current mailing address to Mary Jernigan at email@example.com). We will meet in the church parking lot at 2pm to board the bus, returning to church and completing the care packages by 5pm. All ages welcome! Children in 4th grade and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Cost is $3 per person. Concession stand food, pumpkins, and other farm stand items are available at additional cost.
The Women's Association invites everyone to join them in Fellowship Hall for coffee and dessert and to meet Revolutionary War heroine Mary Hays McCauley (Molly Pitcher). Historical interpreter Stacy Flora Roth will present a program based on Molly’s life, the Battle of Monmouth, and her life as a camp follower. There will be an opportunity for questions at the end of the program. (This program is funded through the Horizons Speakers Bureau of the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is free and open to the public.)
Are you or someone you know new to the area and looking for a church home? Have you been a visitor to our church and been wondering what it takes to join? If so, please consider attending the upcoming Inquirers' Gatherings. This is a fun and informal time of sharing so interested persons can learn more about the ministry and programs of our congregation, get an overview of the Presbyterian tradition and theology, and have an opportunity to ask questions of our church staff.
This is not a commitment to join, but rather a time for getting to know each other to see if we are the right fit for you and your family. There will be three sessions on October 15, 22 and 29. Each session is one hour and starts after coffee hour at 11:00 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Please let us know if you are interested by contacting the church office at 908-782-3227 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Dave Sarmir at email@example.com. Childcare available upon request. Additional information is available on our website.
The Women's Association invites you to join them at their covered dish luncheon in Fellowship Hall. Jane Kidder, Program Specialist from Howell Living History Farm, will present a program on maple sugaring. Howell Farm presents the agriculture and lifestyle of a typical family farm of the region, circa 1900, offering opportunities to learn about our rural heritage. Howell Farm is owned by Mercer County and operated by the Mercer County Park Commission. We hope you will join us for a fun and informative program.
FPC's annual mission trip to help folks living below the poverty level in rural, western Maine. We have served the elderly, single parent families, and low-income families through Mission at the Eastward's housing rehabilitation program. Details are available here.
Imagine a world where curious kids become hands-on inventors who discover they're lovingly crafted by God. Join us for Maker Fun Factory Vacation Bible School! Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - noon. Register your kids today or sign up to volunteer as a leader or helper. Snack donations are welcome and greatly appreciated. Click here to sign up on the registration page, or contact Kim Kelleher.
Everyone is invited to our picnic! Rain or shine at Jean Mayersky's home. There will be carpooling from the church parking lot at 11:30am. We will have the Dedication of the Least Coin. Bring a favorite photo of yourself as a child or a wedding photo. Bring a salad or casserole to share.
In memory of Willy Alexander Thomas, grandson of Joe and Willy Wallendal, for The UNTOLD Foundation, a nonprofit that works with the Concussion Legacy Foundation to elevate our understanding of concussions and their impact on mental health. Sign up to walk or run or to sponsor our team at http://www.theuntoldfoundation.org/ . There will be food, entertainment, and fun activities for all. Washington Crossing Historic Park, Washington Crossing, PA.
All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast! Includes pancakes, French toast, made-to-order omelets, bacon, sausage, and so much more! $10 per person. Dine with us at our Volunteers In Mission fundraiser, and help support our annual summer mission trip to help others in Maine.
Please drop off clean clothing in good condition at the garage on Sunday mornings or during office hours until June 2 in plastic garbage bags labeled man, woman, boy, or girl and the sizes enclosed. Deacons will sort the clothing, sending a portion of warm winter clothing to Maine with the Volunteers in Mission team and donating the remainder to the Trenton Rescue Mission.
Food, friends, and family fun for all ages! Join together, bring a favorite dish to share, and enjoy fun activities. Deerpath Park, Cedars Pavilion, 120 West Woodschurch Rd, Flemington. Sponsored by the Flemington Area Faith Leaders Association, including Rev. Wonjae Choi. BYOC - bring your own chair.
Fellowship and the Women’s Association will host Revolutionary Tea, featuring speaker Stacy F. Roth. Ms. Roth will offer her signature program, which includes the social history of the era as well as quotations, poetry, prose and songs about the popular and once controversial beverage. Attendees are encouraged to bring a special tea cup they may have and share its story. Along with tea, demi desserts will be served. Everyone is welcome!
The Women's Association is hosting a presentation by Penny Trionfo of Hunterdon County Family Success Center and Harvest Family Success Center. The center exists to provide a welcoming environment to strengthen and empower individuals and families through family-centered activities, education workshops, and access to resources to maintain healthy relationships. A sandwich lunch will be served.
If you would like to learn more about our church and explore membership, please join us at our series of 3 Inquirers' Gatherings scheduled for April 23, April 30, and May 7 from 11am - noon in the library of Fellowship Hall. Childcare available upon request. Please contact the church office to register. Additional information is available on the Membership page of our website.
One of the most moving services of the year. A service of darkness, as the lights are lowered and candles extinguished following each of the seven last words of Christ on the cross. The Chancel Choir will sing "God's Wondrous Love" by Robert Lau with the interpolation of text and scripture.
Each year at Easter, we decorate the front of our sanctuary with a bank of Easter flowers. If you would like to share in this project as a memorial or in honor of a loved one, please click here for the order form and instructions. The deadline to order flowers is Sunday, April 9th.
Groups of up to 10-12 people will work together to solve problems, uncover clues, and crack codes in order to progress as a team. You and your team have 60 minutes to escape the room. Each room has a storyline that you will be introduced to upon entering, along with basic instructions on what you will need to uncover to escape. We have a reservation for 24 people at the Princeton location. Sign up ASAP to reserve your spot! Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Cost is $20pp. The bus will leave the FPC parking lot at 5pm and return by 8:30pm.