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Monday
Jun272016

English Neighborhood Reformed Church Coffee House to Benefit Homeless Ministry

Thursday
Jun162016

MRC Cares: A Resource Group for Caregivers

Are you taking care of a loved one in your life? Caring for a loved one is both a privilege and a challenge. Beginning June 23, come on Thursdays at noon to a new resource group for caregivers, led by April Humes, where you will have opportunity to share your knowledge and experiences in a compassionate, supportive environment, and learn fun self-care tools and techniques. Let your family, friends, co-workers and neighbors know about this too!

1 South Middlebush Road, Somerset, NJ 08873

Tuesday
May032016

Regional Synod Annual Meeting-Saturday, May 7th

The Synod of the Mid-Atlantics will hold it's annual meeting on Saturday, May 7th beginning at 8 AM at the Adundant Life Reformed Church in Wyckoff, NJ, with President Rev. Douglas S. Shepler presiding.

Rev. Christopher Jacobsen and Rev. Thomas Larkin, both pastors at Abundant Life, will lead us in worship at 8:30 AM.

Click here to view the Call to Meeting and this year's workbook.

 

 

Friday
Apr222016

Be A Camp Sunrise Volunteer Counselor at Camp Warwick

Monday
Apr182016

Global Grace Cafe Opens at the Reformed Church of Highland Park

The Global Grace Cafe is a new initiative of the Reformed Church of Highland Park, set up for the purpose of highlighting the delicious tastes of global cuisine from around the world that is represented by our members and friends.  The goal of the cafe is to raise funds to support the immigration and refugee initiatives of this church and its partners.  It's a cafe by the church, featuring the global community that now calls Middlesex County home, to help raise funds to meet the needs of those who are arriving and settling here. 

Global Grace will be a daily Cafe that operates from 9:30 am-2 pm.  Coffee and pastries will be served each morning.  Starting at 11:30 am a full lunch service begins.  In addition to a daily soup option from Sierra Leone, and a delicious salad, there will be an entrée prepared by our featured chef from India, Syria, Guyana, Jamaica or Indonesia.  

The lunch menu prices are as follows, every single day.

 

  • $2 cup of soup
  • $3 salad
  • $5 lunch-size entrée 
  • $1 cookie
  • There will always be a $2.00 kids plate of pasta available!

 

The cafe will operate out of the church Quilt Room Mon-Wed, and will operate out of the social hall on Thurs-Fri. during many weeks of the year.  Other weeks it will be out of the social hall all 5 days.  The social hall is a big, beautiful spacious room.  Come grab a $1.00 cup of Fair Trade Coffee and a pastry and settle in with a book and stay for lunch!  Also, there is free wi-fi available throughout both rooms where the cafe will operate - plenty of room for guests to sit for hours if desired.   Would you like to have a group come together for a business meeting or book-group over lunch?  We can find quiet places within the church facility to accommodate your needs.  Frequently the main course will be vegetarian, but even if it isn't, there will always be a vegetarian soup and salad.  

You can call ahead to 732-249-7349 to make orders for pick up.  Maybe, if there is enough interest, we'll add delivery as an option.  

Have you wondered how best to support the Immigration/Refugee work of RCHP and its partners?  Committing to eating delicious food regularly at our cafe, and sharing the news that this place is about to open for business, would be a great way to engage!  Monday April 18th is opening day!  

If you'd like to volunteer at the cafe, or if you'd like to learn how food from additional cultures can be highlighted, let us know.  If you enjoy your lunch, and you'd like one or more of the chefs to prepare food for a wedding, Bar-mitzvah, baptism party, birthday etc...you can hire a chef through our Catering for A Cause Initiative, which will be affiliated with Global Grace.  

This cafe is about enjoying delicious food, but it is also about enjoying the deliciousness of living in a world that is diverse, open, sharing, and free.  Come taste and see!

Peace to you, Seth Kaper-Dale, The Reformed Church of Highland Park