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SUNDAY WORSHIP & SERMON: May 10 SUNDAY WORSHIP HYMN
SCRIPTURES for Sunday, May 24: Psalm 68:4 - 20, John 17:1-11, 2 Corinthians 3:7-18
Due to the current Covid-19 outbreak, all church activities are suspended until further notice. Sunday's Sermon will be uploaded at 11 AM each Sunday. Hardcopies of the sermon are also available by request, just click "Contact Us" above. A video of Sunday worship is also available on Facebook.
NEW Prayer Requests: For Joe Eddy, severe leg pain, Marie Miller, in Hospice care, and the Consistory, as they plan our reopening. For grieving families.
"5@5" Prayer Time: Every day at 5:00 pm, step away from your work and take five minutes to pray: for all those who have been afflicted by the coronavirus; for the medical community who are on the hospital front lines; and for the scientists and medical professionals who are tirelessly trying to find a vaccine.
In loving memory of Angus Todd, Dottie Kraus & Tillie Fisher, we lift our joyful praises to the Lord.
Scriptures for NEXT Sunday, May 31, Pentecost: Psalm 104, John 7:37-39, Acts 2:1 - 13
CONSISTORY REOPENING PLANNING MEETING: 1:00 PM, Sunday, May 31
When you drive by the church, you will notice our historic cemetery, which includes headstones that date back to the Revolutionary War. Located between Edgewater Ave an the Hendricks Causeway, the church's cemetery still has burial sites available and is open to persons of all denominations. Contact our church's secretary for more information.
For more information, call 201-943-5628
English Neighborhood Reformed Church
A RICH HISTORY... A NEW BEGINNING
CELEBRATING 252 YEARS of MINISTRY TO THE COMMUNITY
We’ve seen the transformation happen – people who began the journey full of doubt and uncertainty become secure in the knowledge of Jesus' call in their life and His desire to show them all that they were meant to be. The change may start slowly – in a Bible Study class or during worship perhaps – but once it begins, we are never the same. The Lord calls us by name, He knows our fears and anxieties, but through His love and the love of a faith community, we begin to understand just how incredibly loved we are by God, and that love then informs everything we are.