February 23, 2021
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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
Linked-in Learning for Lent, Presence in Absence, continues this Sunday. Shane Berg and Dave Davis discuss the Gospel of John and our Lenten theme. Come and learn why Jesus makes the seemingly contradictory claim that his upcoming departure will ensure his ongoing presence among his followers.
Supporting Nassau Church
Give online using the link provided or by using Church Life on your phone.
If you wish to mail a check or have questions about gifts, please contact Linda Gilmore.
Stewardship - Last Call for 2021 Pledges
We are closing out the 2021 Pledge Campaign so that we can move on to budgeting for the 2021-2022 fiscal year. If you have not yet pledged your support of Nassau Church for 2021, please consider joining us in supporting our daily mission and ministry. You may pledge on My Nassau or send an email to Linda Gilmore.
Staying Connected
Congregational Meeting
The Session has called a congregational meeting for March 14th after the 11:00 livestream service of worship for the purpose of changing the installed pastors terms of call and receiving an update from the Forward in Faith Together working group. The meeting will be held on Zoom and a link will be available in the Sunday morning email along with worship and adult education information.
Palm Branch Selfies
Our Silent Night candle selfies were so wonderful, we are doing it again, this time for Palm Sunday! We will be adding your palm-waving pictures to a recording of our congregation singing “All Glory, Laud, and Honor” for worship on March 28. Instructions can be found using the button below. Contact Lauren Yeh with questions.
Request for Nominations
As a vibrant, diverse Christian community, Nassau Presbyterian Church depends on faithful, caring, and visionary leaders. Your Nominating Committee values your suggestions as we prepare the slate of officers to be presented to the congregation. You are invited to nominate members of the church to the office of Ruling Elder (the spiritual leaders of our church) and Deacons (the arm of compassion of our church).
  • Send an email to the church office
  • Leave a voicemail message at the church office: 609-924-0103, ext. 0
Easter Flowers
You are invited to give an Easter tulip in memory or in honor of a loved one. A full listing will be printed in the April 4 Easter Order of Worship. Tulips will be moved to the front steps of the church after Easter worship and can be picked up at that time. The deadline to be included in the bulletin is March 28.
Lenten Devotions
The Adult Education Committee has gathered daily Lenten meditations from our faith community to help us to contemplate together our relationship with God in anticipation of the resurrection of Christ and our re-emergence into a changed world in need of healing. To be sure you receive these daily emails, sign up online or contact Lauren Yeh (email)
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
Nassau's Daily Scripture Phone Line & Prayer Chain
Neighbors Helping Neighbors
This is Home with Matthew Desmond
Thursday, February 25 at 5:30 p.m. Attendance is free, and donations are welcome in support of Arm in Arm.
17th Annual "Valentines for Food" Program
Help Those Who Are Hungry in Mercer County Feed Their Families
Arm in Arm has never seen its shelves go empty, thanks to the generosity of supporters like you. When you support Valentines for Food, you support Arm In Arm’s effective response to food insecurity in our area. Read more online:
Support for our Community
If you are looking for ways to support the community in this challenging season, we are collecting them on Nassau’s website. Details include Arm in Arm volunteer needs & instructions for the 2021 Calendar Donation program.
Winter Coat Collection
While the church is not sponsoring a coat drive this year, area groups that are in need of donations of winter wear include the Rescue Mission of Trenton, and HomeFront .
Housing Initiatives of Princeton (HIP) champions housing security in Mercer County. Since 2004, HIP has been helping low-income families avoid homelessness by providing service-enriched transitional housing and rental assistance programs. HIP is one of the leading organizations of the Princeton Housing Stability Coalition, of which Nassau is a part.
Reaching the Nassau Staff
While the church 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.
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