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Flood Damage at the Reformed Church in Kinnelon

During last week's heavy rainstorms the Reformed Church in Kinnelon experienced devastating damage to their Children & Worship space due to flooding. Rev. Beverly Sullivant reports that the entire room had to be gutted, furniture destroyed and discarded, and they are working to clean and restore the space. The church is in the process of setting up a GoFundMe page.  If you would like to assist them in their efforts please contact the church directly: Reformed Church in Kinnelon, 155 Kinnelon Road, Kinnelon, NJ 07405; 973-838-3113




2016 Annual Meeting Minutes

Minutes from the 2016 Annual Meeting have been posted on our downloads page 


"Five Wishes" Living Will Presentations

Five Wishes has become America’s most popular Living Will because it is written in everyday language and helps start and structure important conversations about care in times of serious illness.

The Aging with Dignity Organization has created a document entitled “Five Wishes.”  The first two wishes deal with assigning a proxy to make health care decisions for you if you are unable to and telling your loved ones what your health care wishes are.  The last three wishes are the unique part of the document.  Wishes three, four, and five deal with our spiritual, emotional and personal desires.  “I want to be in the sunshine, listening to familiar music, in my pajamas, not a hospital gown, with my teeth brushed.” 

Nancy Curtis, a Chaplain in Training at Robert Wood Johnson Hamilton (Classis of Delaware-Raritan), has created a presentation to help individuals work their way through the Five Wishes.  The presentation is an hour in length and Ms. Curtis is able to assist participants with their own Five Wishes at the end of the presentation. 

If you would like Ms. Curtis to come to your congregation and present the Five Wishes presentation, you may contact her at or 908-304-2627.  There is a cost of $1.00 per booklet.


English Neighborhood Reformed Church Coffee House to Benefit Homeless Ministry


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