Everyone is invited to a special time of fellowship after worship to reconnect as a congregation in this time of COVID-19 and to make a positive difference in our community. We will be collecting nonperishable food items for our mission partner, the Hillsborough Community Action Network. So come on down to NRC at 11:00 AM, drop off your food donations, get a great cup of coffee and snacks provided by our Fellowship team, and enjoy some great fellowship with your church family and friends at Neshanic Reformed Church. See you there!
Sun, Sept 26 – Community Outreach ‘Recipe Bag’ stuffing [after coffee hr]
Sunday Sept 19th Cut-off for bringing canned food contributions to church.
Leave donations in Fellowship Hall noting ‘For Outreach Team-Attn Mary Rooney’.
*Cans of Tuna or Chicken [6 ½ oz]
*Cans of Cream of Mushroom Soup [10 ¾ oz]
*Boxes of Rice [16 or 32 oz]
*Dried Onion Flakes
*Snack size bags of regular potato chips
*Chopped chilies [4 or 8 oz]
Cans of Black Bean, Chickpeas, Kidney Beans [14 oz]
Cans of Diced Tomatoes [28 oz]
Cans of Tomato Sauce [6 oz or 12 oz]
On Sept 26th we will package bags with a recipe and note from NRC.
Distribution is via the ‘Hillsborough C.A.N. Program’.
Our Hearts & Hands group, along with knitting partners at St. Joseph Church in Millstone, donated 80 Knitted Knockers to the New Jersey Knitted Knocker branch. Quite an accomplishment! Learn more about this mission here.
Contact the church office if you would like a set for 2021! Indicate whether you can pick the offering envelopes up at the church or if you would prefer to have them mailed to you
On Christmas Eve, the roadside of our property will be adorned with luminaries to celebrate the birth of the Christ child and to highlight our beautiful church!
Individual luminary bags are available for purchase and can be given in honor or memory of friends and loved ones or to the glory of God. Dedications will be published on our website throughout December and a note card will be placed by each luminary bag that is dedicated on December 24!
The Youth Group will be participating in the annual CROP Walk at the Sourland Mountain Preserve. All are invited to join us on a socially distant walk on Sunday, October 18th, starting at 1:30 p.m.
We are seeking donations to support our walk. Please consider how much you are willing to donate to support this mission. Funds raised through the South Somerset CROP Hunger Walk will continue to support the Samaritan Homeless Interim Program in Somerville as well as the Food Bank of Somerset County in Bound Brook.
Donations for this cause from our church can be processed here:
Checks can be made payable to CWS/CROP and mailed to the church office.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Michelle Zgombic at email@example.com
To learn more about ending hunger, one step at a time, visit https://www.crophungerwalk.org/
The Hillsborough Food panty is in need (as always) of non-perishable goods. Donations can be dropped off any time outside the Social Services office entrance (by the gazebo) in the shopping cart. Click here for details and a list of items accepted. Going forward, we ask that you bring donations directly to the municipal building. The Social Services department is grateful for the ongoing support shown by the members and friends of Neshanic Reformed Church!
Text2Give makes it easy to donate by simply texting an amount to our own NRC Text2Give phone number: (908) 650-8151. Register your cell phone and the account you want to draw from (credit/debit card or checking/savings) and you're ready to go!
Click here to view more information and tutorials! Contact the church office with any questions.