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Thursday
Jan272011

South Branch Reformed Church fundraising dinner

Help cover snow plowing costs by attending the spaghetti dinner on Saturday, January 29. South Branch Reformed Church

Tuesday
Jan182011

Mold Retirement Celebration

Pictures from the Rev. Frederick Mold, Jr. Retirement Celebration are posted in our picture gallery.

 

 

Tuesday
Jan112011

Retiring General Secretary to visit our region

Wes is doing a final tour of the denomination before he steps down in June as General Secretary.  He is meeting with RCA members all over the country and talking about what he has learned during his 17 years of service to the RCA.  He will encourage discussion on Our Call and share some of the stories that have come out of the 10 year goal.  He will also offer thanks for all the good works that the churches have faithfully been doing in furthering the Kingdom of God.  He will encourage all to pray for wisdom for the new General Secretary whoever he or she may be.
 
Wes is planning to visit with leaders in our area February 16-17, 2011:

Classes of Greater Palisades and Passaic Valley
February 16 for breakfast together
9-11 a.m. (location to be determined)

Classes of Delaware-Raritan and New Brunswick
February 17 for breakfast together
9-11 a.m. (location to be determined)

Monday
Jan102011

workshop on networking and collaboration

ANNOUNCING ANOTHER GREAT WORKSHOP LED BY EARL JAMES
 
TOPIC: NETWORK COLLABORATIONS
 
DATE AND TIME: SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 12:30 P.M.
 
LOCATION: SECOND REFORMED CHURCH, 100 COLLEGE AVENUE, NEW BRUNSWICK
 
MISSION AND OUTREACH COMMITTEES ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED

Wednesday
Jan052011

guest speaker on early China mission

Dinner and Guest Lecture Jan. 18th 5:00-6:15, Hertzog Hall, NBTS.  Chris White, PhD student at Xiamen University in Fujian, China, who is this year’s Albert A. Smith Scholar in Reformed Church History, will be our presenter.  The title of his lecture is “Without Jobs and Without Idols: The Earliest Protestant Christians in Minnan.”      Chris will offer sketches of the some of the first Christian converts in the Amoy region (Southern Fujian) and discuss what was required of them, how their lives changed when they chose to officially enter the church, and possible motives for converting to this new faith.  All are welcome to attend.  Bring friends and colleagues.  Donation: $5.00 (no charge for students/faculty).  RSVP to bfillette@nbts.edu. Sponsored by the Reformed Church Center at New Brunswick Theological Seminary. Download a printable pdf flyer here.