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Former Clover Hill Reformed Church Student Doing Mission Work in Uganda

Each year the Clover Hill Church provides a small scholarship to our college students and, when I present the checks I speak of our college students as our product, our gift, our missionaries to the future!

And I believe that is true, as I watch them take their places in business and education and medicine and the other vocations to which God has called them.  The world, in many places and ways, is so much better for all that God done through the men and women who had their souls shaped and nurtured in Clover Hill!

Here is the story of one of them, one of us, Jason Reinhardt.  Jason, Jalina, Drew and Blake will soon be leaving to serve God, on our behalf, in Uganda.  Please read, share and pray over this, and if you can provide and support for them in their work that would be wonderful!

If you have any questions or need more information just let me know! Thanks so much!


Jack Cherry

Pastor, Clover Hill Reformed Church


News from the Reformed Church Home

Reformed Church Home Earns Deficiency-Free Honors in Annual State Survey: Kate Shepard, Executive Director and Administrator at Reformed Church Home (RCH) in Old Bridge, New Jersey, is pleased to announce a Deficiency-Free Rating attained in the annual survey of skilled nursing facilities conducted by the NJ Department of Health and Senior Services. “This honor places Reformed Church Home among a handful of elite New Jersey nursing centers recognized for excellence in quality of care, and is a testament to the excellent nursing and management staff that uphold our high standards every day,” said Shepard. Click here for more news from RCH.

Food Bank Presentation: During a pre-Thanksgiving celebration, Kate Shepard, Executive Director at RCH, presented a check for $500 along with several hundred pounds of food to representatives from the Food Bank of Old Bridge.  Donations were collected from staff members and families of residents at the Home as part of the “Stop Hunger” and “No Kid Hungry” initiatives implemented during the month of November at RCH.

The Reformed Church Home, a subsidiary corporation of the Synod of the Mid-Atlantics, is an assisted living, skilled nursing, and rehabilitation community in Old Bridge, NJ.


RCA Women's Sankofa April 23-25, 2015

Dear sisters,
Greetings to you in the midst of this Advent Season. As we look ahead to 2015, you are warmly invited to join our second annual Women’s Sankofa journey, April 23-25, 2015.
Come with other sisters in Christ for a two-day, two-night trip through New York State, tracing the steps of our historical mothers and sisters of faith.
Along the way we'll share our own stories, build relationships, and have deep conversations. We'll visit historic and sacred sites and engage in theological and biblical discussions. We'll pray, reflect, and worship as we celebrate a rich legacy of faith.
Join us for this Sankofa journey as we look back to understand the past in order to move forward.
Join the journey and come to new gratitude, joy, and hope for all God calls us to be as women of faith in the 21st century.
Save the date: April 23-25, 2015
Questions? Contact Shani:; (212) 870-2538
Liz Testa
Coordinator for women’s transformation and leadership
Reformed Church in America



"It's Time: Responding to Grand Jury Decision" by Tom De Vries

For those who don't subscribe to RCA General Secretary Tom De Vries' prayer update/newsletter, AspenWind, we're sharing the following link to his latest installment, It's Time: Responding to Grand Jury Decisions.


Do You Have Payroll Experience?

The Rutgers Native American Welcome Center is seeking a person with payroll experience to help with financial matters such as payroll for a single part-time employee, limited check writing, making deposits, and providing financial statements.  This person would receive a small stipend and may be asked to attend an occasional meeting.  For more information please contact Rev. George Montanari, 732-873-2776;