No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here. We are an open and affirming congregation!
The first of our “First Sunday Concerts”… “Masterpieces for the Piano”, was held on June 2nd to showcase the newly acquired baby grand piano at the hands of our new music director, Patricio Molina. The program consisted of a variety of European dances for the piano – J.S. Bach’s masterful French Overture and Chopin’s last sonata. Patricio Molina also performed his original composition based on Chilean dances. The concert was enjoyed by all who attended and was truly a moving experience.
We’re sure you won’t want to miss the next in our series of “First Sunday Concerts”…
October 6th at 4:00 pm – “Anything Goes”
Our concert series begins with a recital by Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, a music fraternity from William Paterson. The “Sinfonia” began on October 6, 1898 at the New England Conservatory in Boston, so the group will be performing on their 115th Anniversary! Their program entitled “Anything Goes” [not the musical] will feature instrumentalists and vocalists performing a wide range of music from classical to pop, and is sure to be enjoyed by all!
November 3rd at 4:00 pm -The Valley Ringers Bell Choir
A Place for Worship
We meet together to focus our attention on God, giving praise and receiving blessings and inspiration, and spiritual refreshment. We hope this is what you experience here.
A Place for Learning
To us, studying the Bible is vital because it not only informs us intellectually, but also guides us spirituality, a Book that is alive and relevant to life today.
A Place for Enrichment
For every person at every age level we offer a wealth of opportunities — programs and ministries for children, youth and adults which fill the church calendar. You can be sure that in this kaleidoscope of activities there’s more than one place where you can contribute and be personally enriched.
A Place for Friendship
Nothing quite compares to the joy of Christian community. That’s why we make it a priority to build lasting bonds among the members of our church family — bonds of concern and genuine commitment to one another.
We’re happy to have recently installed a stair lift enabling everyone to have safe, easy access from the main parking lot to our upper level in order to attend services and events.
A Place for Service
Just as Jesus Christ came “not to be served, but to serve …,” we accept our responsibility to reach out in service to others. This applies both within the church family and in the wider community. We look forward to serving you, and we hope to see you again.