September 23, 2020
This Week
Adult Education
This Week: LIVESTREAM Sunday, 12:15 p.m. Jim McCloskey, founder of Centurion, in conversation with Dave Davis as they discuss Jim’s new book When Truth Is All You Have: A Memoir of Faith, Justice, and Freedom for the Wrongly Convicted. Tune in for this meaningful discussion about the theological foundation of Jim’s work.

Next Week: Elisabeth Kennedy, professor of comparative religions at the American University in Cairo, Egypt, “Cairo Conversations: A child of Abraham, but who is my mother?”

You can continue to view prior Adult Education videos on the Adult Education Archive page.
Children's Church School - Sundays, 10:00 a.m.
For Pre-K to Grade 5
Join us for graded, virtual, synchronous church school classes via Zoom at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday. Links to Zoom classes will be sent out Sunday morning. Classes are 20-30 minutes in length, depending on age. Contact Corrie Berg.
Worship - Sunday, September 27, 11:00 a.m.
The worship service link along with a PDF of the order of worship will be available in the blue "Worship" box on the homepage on the website on Sunday, September 27, beginning at 11:00 a.m. There will also be a direct link to the live stream worship, order of worship PDF, and all-ages Zoom coffee hour in an email on Sunday morning. The video of the live stream will continue to be available through the link if you are unable to join us at 11:00 a.m.

You can continue to view previous worship services on the Weekly Bulletin page.
Zoom Coffee Hour
Due to our special Adult Education Livestream this week, and the Annual Meeting next week, Zoom Coffee Hour for all ages will resume October 11, 2020.
Supporting Nassau Church
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 to Arm in Arm is directly on their website.

While the office remains closed if you wish to mail a check it is more efficient to address the envelope to Linda Gilmore (look up her address in My Nassau or Church Life or contact her by email.) If you have questions about gifts you have mailed, you may also contact Linda about those.
Staying Connected
Fall Small Groups - from Psalms to (P)Sci-Fi
Small Group fellowship is a great way to keep our bonds of fellowship and faith strong in these distanced days.

Sign-ups Launch today! Groups will begin meeting the week of October 11 and continue through late November. Meetings will take place via Zoom. Click below for a full listing of topics, leaders and times.
Online Hymn Sing returns next Wednesday, September 30, at 7:00 p.m.
Join Noel and friends for a rousing hymn sing via Zoom next week. Bring your own Glory to God hymnal or read the texts on the screen, and be ready to sing, sign, sway, and pray. A link will be sent out the morning of September 30. Let’s raise a shout of joy to God! 
Breaking Bread Worship
Princeton Presbyterians has resumed Breaking Bread Worship Sunday evenings at 5:00 p.m. via zoom. College students, graduate students, and young adults are welcome to join! Contact Andrew for the link.
Choral Programs
New members are always welcome!
  • Adults - Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m., contact Noel Werner
  • Youth - Individual Voice & Music Reading Lessons, contact Ingrid Ladendorf
  • Choirs for Children begin this afternoon: 4:15 p.m. Carol Choir (1st & 2nd graders) and 5:15 p.m. Choir 3·4·5 (3rd, 4th & 5th graders), contact Ingrid Ladendorf
Next Week at Witherspoon
You are invited to deepen your relationships with friends at Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church by joining them for worship and Bible Study. Find details online.
Nassau's Daily Scripture Phone Line
Honoring all of the different ways we connect with one another we are happy to share our Nassau phone line available for dial-in calls to receive a Scripture Reading, Prayer & Blessing. Call 609-683-1975 each day for a recorded scripture lesson and more.
Prayer Chain
The ministry of prayer is part of the baptismal calling of every believer. 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.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Mission & Outreach Opportunity
Fundraiser for the Robeson House on October 4, 3:00 p.m.: Paul Krugman and Eduardo Porter will engage in a conversation about economics and America.
Volunteering with Arm In Arm
Arm in Arm is in great need of volunteers at the two Trenton pantries as well as Princeton. Volunteers are needed to bag groceries inside and away from clients who are served outside. All involved are masked and safely spread out. Volunteers are also needed to deliver food in Princeton. 

To volunteer in Trenton, sign up through the links below or visit the Arm in Arm website. 
Opportunities for Community Support
If you are looking for ways to support the community in this challenging season, please see the Opportunities for Community Support on Nassau’s website.
#MissionMonday
Learn more about our mission partners from #MissionMonday blog and social media posts!
Reaching the Nassau Staff
As our office remains closed, email is the most efficient way to be in touch. You can find each staff person’s email address on the Clergy and Staff page of our website.

For general questions please email “office@nassauchurch.org.” 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.
Updating your Info
Please help us update our data base. The information in this survey is intended to help improve our virtual communication, make sure each household is connected to the appropriate ministry area distribution lists, and to help us have a better understanding of who we are as a congregation.
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