May 3, 2021
Worship & Education

This Sunday:
Children's Church School at 10:00 a.m.
Livestream Worship at 11:00 a.m.
All-Ages Fellowship at 12:00 p.m. following worship
Supporting Nassau Church
Give online using the link provided or by using Church Life on your phone. Mail delivery at 61 Nassau Street has resumed and all checks can be mailed there.
If you wish to mail a check or have questions about gifts, please contact Linda Gilmore.
Staying Connected
Tending the Flock
For pastoral news on congregational life including births, deaths, marriages, use the button below.
Welcome to Nassau's Outdoor Fellowship Gatherings!
Space is still available in this Saturday’s Poetry Walk at Marquand Park.

In addition, throughout the summer, on Wednesday evenings beginning May 12, bring a chair, blanket, and dinner to the church for an outdoor picnic fellowship at 6:15 p.m. This is followed by evening worship at 7:00 p.m., in our new parking lot chapel. Please note, there will be no parking available in the church lot for these services.
Virtual Hymn Sing: The Love to Search and Keep Me
Join Noel and Ingrid for the last Zoom hymn sing of the season on May 5 at 7:00 p.m. Young and old alike are invited to this interactive time of singing virtually together. Come prepared to enjoy some of Nassau’s favorite hymns, choruses, and refrains as we sing, sign, sway, and clap together. We hope to see you for this uplifting time of song and celebration. Watch your email the morning of May 5 for the Zoom link!
Spring Concert Hosted by First Presbyterian Church of Cranbury
Nassau’s choirs are part of a virtual concert hosted by the Cranbury Presbyterian Church. Entitled “Serving God Through Music,” various ensembles from Presbyterian Churches and Urban Promise present music in a wide range of styles. You can find their concert through their YouTube Channel.
Wilderness Wanderings: God Prepares A People
Monday, June 28 to Thursday, July 1

VBS and PresbyCamp return with Outdoor, In-person programs!
Registration is OPEN!
Click the button below for more information and to register.
Questions? Contact Corrie Berg.
This summer we will gather together again (outdoors and in-person on the grounds of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Princeton) to revisit the story of the Exodus and the 40-year trek through the desert from Egypt to the Promised Land. Along the way, God provided water, food, rules for living together, and leaders for the people. As we journey through this pandemic, God provides for us—young and old, individuals and the church community—what we need too.
Westminster Conservatory Recital - May 20
On Thursday, May 20, at 12:15 p.m., join us for the final recital of the program year featuring violinist Dezheng Ping and pianist Larissa Korkina performing music of Beethoven and Grieg. Previous recitals can also be viewed on the website.
Programming for Children, Youth, and College & Young Adults
Find details about getting involved in our ongoing programming online by clicking the button below.
This Week at Witherspoon
Learn more about what is happening at Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church this week.
Nassau's Weekly Scripture Phone Line & Prayer Chain
Neighbors Helping Neighbors
The Loveland Foundation: The Therapy Fund for Black Women and Girls was founded in 2018 by Rachel Elizabeth Cargle. Cargle is a public academic, author, and activist. The Loveland Foundation provides access to therapy for Black women and girls across the country.
Opportunities for Community Support
Details include Arm in Arm volunteer volunteer sign up link.
Reaching the Nassau Staff
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