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Women's Mission Experience in Italy-April 2017

We are eager to make sure that all RCA and CRC women know about our women's global mission experience to visit JJ and Tim TenClay in Palermo, Italy this April 2017.  There are a few spots remaining in the group and we'd love to fill them with women who have not previously heard about this trip.  

This journey will be a wonderful opportunity for women in your congregation to learn more about the global refugee crisis and engage first hand with women and children in southern Italy alongside our wonderful missionaries, JJ and Tim, and their two young daughters.  

The trip focuses on JJ’s vital ministry to refugees, migrants, and other populations on the margins of society. JJ works to meet the spiritual, physical, and socioeconomic needs of the more than 500,000 refugees and migrants in Sicily. In addition, we’ll be exploring the meaning of Essere Chiesa Insieme (being church together)—of integrating different cultures, traditions, ethnicities, and languages into a single worshiping community—with Pastor Tim.  Travelers will return home inspired and equipped to articulate their learnings and inspire fellow congregants to consider the possibilities for community outreach and engagement.  

The trip will be led by Ms. Lesley Mazzotta along with Rev. Megan Hodgin.  Both leaders have led international women-focused trips and are passionate about this type of experiential learning in the global setting.  

JJ and Megan are both listed in the RCA's recently published Refugee Response guide.  Click on the link to learn more:

Any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.  Download the printable flier here or view it at:

We appreciate your support in spreading the word and covet your prayers as the group prepares in the coming weeks.

Rev. Liz Testa, Women's Transformation and Leadership, Reformed Church in America


Northwestern College Symphonic Band at Warwick-March 10th

The Warwick Conference Center will host a performance by the Symphonic Band of Northwestern College, Orange City, Iowa, on Friday, March 10, at 7 p.m. The event will take place in Mulder Chapel. The concert will include traditional and modern selections by composers from the U.S. and abroad, including compositions that feature fragments of hymns “Eternal Father Strong to Save” and “America the Beautiful.” The 48-member ensemble will also perform “Amor de mi alma,” about a father’s love for his child. The concert is free; community members are invited.


Camp Warwick Summer Camp

Camp Warwick is now recruiting summer camp staff. Job descriptions and an application packet can be found on their website at

Camp brochures and registration forms are also available online, or click here to view.


Brookdale Reformed Church-Ash Wednesday Service

Brookdale Reformed Church will be offering an Ash Wednesday Service on 3/1 at 7:30 pm. In this service, we are invited to receive God’s reconciliation and love in the sign of the cross.  We receive this sign in ashes-for our cleansing and renewal and in oil-for our healing of body, mind and spirit and in doing so, we open ourselves up to God’s transforming power. 

For more information, please call the church at 973-338-7676 or e-mail our pastor at: The church is located at 16 Bellevue Avenue, Bloomfield, NJ 07003


Concert at Reformed Church of Highland Park-January 22

Sunday, January 22nd
Sanctuary, Reformed Church of Highland Park, 19 S. 2nd Avenue
The stage will be shared by Clarum Sonum, a volunteer group of singers and musicians dedicated to musical outreach and championing new works, and the Ian Howells Quintet featuring Louis Castano.
A free will offering will be collected to benefit the social justice work of the Reformed Church of Highland Park.