We, the Community Presbyterian Church, declare ourselves
open and affirming. We believe all persons are ministers, each and every one. With
God’s grace we seek to be a congregation that includes all persons. We embrace
differences of sexual orientation, gender, race, age, mental ability and
physical ability. Together we
participate in the church, seeking to know Christ, grow in discipleship and
live the challenge every day.
Greetings from Barbara Decker, our "home-grown" missionary
Here is the full text of Barbara's article, an excerpt of which appears
as a guest contribution in the "Pastor's Corner" column of the May 15
Sandpiper. Barbara recollects on her experiences growing up and
describes her missionary experiences in Latin America and Africa. Barbara grew up in our church, and our church provides financial support for Barbara's mission.
In Memoriam: Corrine Decker (1926-2013)
Corrine Decker, a long-time member of our church, passed away at 86 in Rhode Island on May 7, 2013.
Benefit Concert for Chris Molnar on May 29 at SBHS, 7:00pm
as a congregation, have been praying for Chris Molnar, a neighbor of
the Kainer family and a former member of Boy Scouts Troop 90. This
article publicizes a benefit concert to be held for Chris on Wed. May 29
at the South Brunswick High School.
at CPC is a two-year journey for our youth. In the first year (2012) of
the current cycle, students looked inwards as they examined their faith
and how they related to God in their lives.
Wellness Center Update, May 1st
two months into operation, the Wellness Center hosts nearly 20 classes
onsite every week. The Board is adding more classes, and is spreading
the word to the community through local media, its website, Facebook,
and participation in community events.
CPC is planning to adopt a new hymnal
Worship Team, with Session's approval, would like to ask for your
financial support in purchasing up to 100 copies of the new Presbyterian
hymnal which will come out this Fall.
Reflections of the Confirmation Class on their Recent Retreat
During the first weekend in March, Nate Reimann, Nick Attanasio, and
Student Pastor Rick Morris went to Camp Johnsonburg in northwestern NJ
for a confirmation retreat.
Property Committee Explores and Develops a Five-year Plan
As our Church evolves, our property needs continue to demand attention,
and we envision our place in the community, the Property Team at CPC
considers a Master Plan.
Feed the Children - On Hold Until June
Due to a departmental review and reorganization, FTC will not be in operation from March through June. FTC will contact the church when they are ready to resume operations.
[Be a part of the body of Christ and reach out to help those in need]
Community Presbyterian Church,
57 Sand Hills Road, Kendall Park, NJ 08824
The journey of faith
I was thinking about finishing another confirmation season, I was
acutely aware of how I continue to journey in my own faith. A friend
sent me this poem for confirmation
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