November 17, 2017

abundance"As I sit to write this letter of gratitude to you, our Reformation Sunday morning experience here at Nassau Church is so fresh..."

adventAdvent and Christmas Calendar
Advent and Christmas 2017
Season of Worship and Community
December 3 is the first Sunday of Advent, a time of fervent expectation leading up to Christmas. Our Advent and Christmas schedule is now available. Mark the dates and join us as we celebrate the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. 
A Child's Advent at Nassau 
Advent Calendars, Wee Christmas, the Advent Craft Fair, and more. Families, we invite you to join us for these special moments in a child's Advent at Nassau. Click through for dates and details. 
Adult Education

This Sunday, November 19, PU Asia expert Tom Christensen will unpack the complexities of China's economic, military, and political growth, with special attention to North Korea.  9:15 a.m. in the Assembly Room. 

At 9:30 a.m. in Niles Chapel, Bill Phillippe continues  "A Romp through the Old Testament." Come for an "enchanted story about people, and a God, we'd like to know better."  Sundays, November 19 and December 3. 

Miss a recent not-to-be-missed Adult Ed class? You can listen to the recording on each month's Adult Education posting. See November for Larry Alphs and Deborah Amos or revisit October's Reformation series.
parramosHonoring 16 Years of Partnership in Guatemala
On Sunday, December 3, we will honor the 16-year Princeton-Parramos Partnership. You are invited to a reception following the 11:00 a.m. service.
On Sunday, December 3, we will be honoring a program which, for 16 years, has made a huge difference to the New Dawn Trilingual Education Center and to residents of the small Guatemalan town of Parramos.  This partnership will be coming to an end during the next two years. Read the story on the website. 

We invite all to the celebration, including the Partnership's hundreds of supporters at Nassau Church and beyond.  Please join us at either service and at a celebratory reception in the Assembly Room immediately following the 11:00 a.m. service.
dreamactHands Across Princeton for Dream Act 
The Princeton community will join together on Hinds Plaza on Tuesday, November 28, at 12:00 p.m., to support the Dream Act. This visible action will call on Congress to pass the Act by December 8. 

Cancellation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) will put at risk the dreams of 800,000 young adults whose lives are woven into the fabric of this country. The Act will restore protections, provide legal status, and allow a pathway to citizenship. 

Join us to support our immigrant neighbors.