Midnight run to Hoagie Haven.

Last week we wandered down to Hoagie Haven at freezing midnight pm. The wind was cold. The blood-red super big wolf moon was pretty epic. 
Our spirits were high. Being wrapped in a sleeping bag on Nassau Street certainly helped.  We had a great time. 

We've been going to great places with each other for years.  It's part of what we do. It's part of why we are who we are.  

Without a summer trip, I (probably) wouldn't have become a Christian. Without a weekly church, I (probably) wouldn't have stayed a Christian.  
Join us for both. It might just change your life. One week at a time.
Summer19Summer Trips 2019

  • Middle School @ NorthBay: June 27 - July 1, 2019

  • Appalachia Service Project: July 7 - 13, 2019
 Registration Deadline: Sunday, February 3
Registration '19 adventures is almost over!  West Virginia. France. The Chesapeake.  Where will you go?  Where will God take you once you've gone?  Get these dates on your calendar and start planning for a trip (or two) of faith.
Visit the Youth Ministry Summer Trips Page to download the Deposit Form and read more about each trip. Click the button below:
Youth Trips
Summer 2019
SundayAMSunday Mornings

It's "January in Genesis" final week: 
January 27, Assembly Room,  9am.  
Joseph and all his loving brothers!

Beginning Sunday, February 3,  we'll jump into Lee Strobel's book "Case for Christ." 

Lee was a skeptical journalist who set out to show why Christianity isn't true. Funny thing about that, guess what happened? We'll ask the hard questions, like, "Can we trust the Bible?" and "Is there real evidence-the scientific kind-for a resurrected Jesus?"  Come grab a copy. Read. Listen. Think for yourself. 
Bagels at 9:15.
Parents: Want a copy? I have enough-

Middle School - Room 303

Sr. High - Room 304
with Scott Harmon,
Kelsey Lambright,
& Jason Sterlacci
with Mark Edwards
& Jesse Barkalow

SundayPMSunday Night Fellowship 
Middle School and High School can be grand. But they are also rough. Each week we gather to blow off some steam, reconnect with God and each other, and recharge for the coming week. Some nights are serious, some nights aren't. Either way, you'll find just what you need most: fellowship with God and friends.
Middle School
Sr. High
5:00 - 6:00 pm
Room 304
6:00-6:40 pm
Assembly Room
6:40-8:00 pm
Room 304

February 3 - Schedule

5:00 pm - Combined Choir Rehearsal
6:00 pm - Dinner & Super Bowl
8:30 pm - pick up after Halftime Show
YouthDinnerParent Help Needed

Sunday nights - help set up and serve dinner between youth activities! See your youth in action - meet other youth of the church!

<-- click the SignUp Genius logo to go to our sign up page and pick a date.

Winter schedule through March is now available.

Questions: Julie Swanke (609-468-9982, julie_swanke@verizon.net) or Lauren Yeh (609-924-0103 x106, LYeh@nassauchurch.org)
MusicNotesMusic Notes

Mass of the Children rehearsal:
Saturday, January 26, 10:00 am-12 pm
Middle School Treble Voices & Choir 3·4·5. Parents, please feel free to join us at 11:45 am in the choir room to get a sneak peak!

Middle School Choir sings this Sunday!
January 27, 9:15 am (with Choir 3·4·5)
Please get robed and meet in the choir loft by 8:45 am for rehearsal with the bell choir. 

Cantorei sings in Worship:
February 10, 11:00 am

John Rutter's Mass of the Children Choral Service:
Saturday, March 2, 5:00 pm
Invite friends and family to come for this special evening featuring Middle School Choir members, Choir 3·4·5, our Adult Choir and chamber orchestra. 
First Mass of the Children combined rehearsal

With Gratitude for You,