All of the church staff is working at home now so email is the most efficient way to be in touch. You can find each staff person’s email address on theClergy and Staff page of our website.
If you have general questions or do not know to whom your email would best be addressed, please email “email@example.com.” This email address is monitored by our administrative staff who will forward it to the person best suited to address it.
Staff can also be reached by phone if you have a pastoral emergency. Please call the church office at (609) 924-0103, dial "0", and leave a message. The main church line is checked daily by staff.
Text NASSAU operating to 73256 to give to the Operating Fund.
Text NASSAU hunger to 73256 to give to the Hunger Fund.
Standard messaging rates apply.
Giving online is now the easiest and most efficient way to give to our church. You may give using the link provided or by using Church Life on your phone. You may also text NASSAU operating or NASSAU hunger to 73256. The most efficient way to give toArm in Arm is directly on their website.
You may also mail a check. As our offices are closed, mail is being forwarded to Linda Gilmore, but this can be slow and unpredictable. So it is more efficient to mail directly to Linda (look up her address in My Nassau or Church Life or contact her byemail.) Checks mailed are deposited weekly on Fridays.
Adult Education - Saturday, May 9 @ 9:15 AM
The Acts of the Apostles is not a blueprint for a perfect church. Instead, Acts contains stories meant to provoke and inspire our imaginations about how God might be present among us in vibrant and unexpected ways. During the five Sundays of May, Eric Barreto will lead us through a number of imaginations for following Jesus into a changing world. Check your inbox on Saturday morning for a video link.
The worship service will be available in the blue "Worship" box on thehomepageon the website on Sunday, May 3, beginning at 9:15 a.m. There will also be a direct link to worship and all-ages Zoom coffee hour in an email on Sunday morning. You can also access "one-click" worship through our YouTube channel starting at 9:15 a.m. on Sunday mornings.
Bring your own coffee/juice and join at 11 a.m. or a few minutes earlier, so we can split into breakout conversation groups. Link and details will arrive in your inbox on Sunday morning. If you haven't Zoomed yet, you’ll need to download a small app to your computer, iPad/tablet, or smartphone. For technical support, please review the following tipshere.
The Devotionals will continue to be emailed andposted onlinethrough May 31, which is Pentecost. Scripture passages for May 1-10 were chosen by Lauren McFeaters and May 11-20 were chosen by Len Scales. To sign up to receive the Devotional Email,click here.
Look for the Zoom link in your email. The meeting is waiting room protected.
5:00 p.m. - Middle School
7:00 p.m. - High School
8:00 p.m. - Back from College
We will bless graduating students at Breaking Bread Worship on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. EDT. Details at the Facebook event.
All Children, Youth and Adult choirs continue to meet via Zoom and YouTube! Look for a Zoom invitation in your email. We are thankful for the ways in which music continues to connect us. Please contactNoelorIngridfor more information.
Zoom Schedule for Children and Youth:
Wednesdays, Joyful Noise and Carol Choir at 4:00 p.m., Choir 3-4-5 at 5:00 p.m.
Sundays, Cantorei at 5:00 p.m. and Chorale at 6:30 p.m.
The ministry of prayer is part of the baptismal calling of every believer. We pray for the world because God so loves the world. We pray for the church because it is Christ’s body, living and working in the world. We pray for one another because we care for the wholeness of God’s people. To request prayer for yourself, a loved one, or a friend please contact Debbi Roldan. To join the prayer chain, send Debbi your email address or phone number.