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The First Pres Cranford Collects Food for Cranford Family Care and the Osceola Pres Food Pantry

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Organizing the boxes are Service and Mission Team members.
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​The Service and Mission Team of the First Presbyterian Church of Cranford sponsored a congregation-wide food collection during the Advent Season. Boxes were brightly decorated by the First Presbyterian Church Youth Fellowship under the direction of Youth Fellowship Coordinator Ashley Kile. The food will be donated to Cranford Family Care and the Osceola Presbyterian Church Food Pantry.

Shown organizing the boxes are Service and Mission Team members (front, left to right) Bob and Jean Wands, Lee McArthur, (front, left to right) Associate Pastor Caroline Unzaga, Carol and Jeff Berns, and Skip Winter.

The First Presbyterian Church of Cranford is located at 11 Springfield Ave, Cranford. For more information about First Presbyterian Church of Cranford, please contact the church office at (908) 276-8440 or visit firstprescranford.org, Facebook @firstprescranford or Twitter @fpcc.

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As the body of Christ inspired by the Holy Spirit, the First Presbyterian Church of Cranford seeks to be faithful disciples living our lives as a testimony of Christ’s love for all. The FPCC welcomes diversity and respects and cares for all of God’s creation. The FPCC seeks to spread the Word and invite others to live Jesus’ command to love one another as the Lord first loved us.

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