Religions and Spirituality

November 18, 2020

PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ -- With the uptick of Mercer County residents diagnosed with COVID-19 (coronavirus) during the ongoing pandemic,Congregation Beth Chaim, the largest Reform Jewish congregation in Mercer County, is making plans to celebrate the upcoming Hanukkah. The last time that the ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ --  The BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha, a global Hindu, spiritual, and humanitarian organization with a large religious home in Robbinsville, is helping to bring peace of mind to congregants while they are sheltering-at-home in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The BAPS locations ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ --  As Passover begins on Wednesday evening for members of the Jewish faith community, local leaders of the Chabad of Robbinsville and Southern Hamilton found ways to help their community still celebrate while staying at home to avoid the spread of the coronavirus.    "As soon ...

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HAMILTON, NJ --  With in-person church services suspended to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) among congregants, many houses of worship are bringing their services to online.  Hamilton Township's St. Mark Lutheran Church, under the leadership of Pastor Ian Hill, will be ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- The Jewish Community Youth Foundation (JCYF) celebrated its 17th year of giving at its annual Check Presentation Ceremony on Sunday, February 9 at Robbinsville High School.  As a result of the group's philanthropic efforts, more than $46,000 was distributed to 20 non-profit ...

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PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ – Mercer County's largest Reform Jewish synagogue, Congregation Beth Chaim, announced on Wednesday that Rabbi Adena Blum will serve as the congregation's senior rabbi beginning on July 1. Blum joined the synagogue in 2014 and currently serves as the associate rabbi.   “We ...

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ROBBINSVILLE, NJ --  The Chabad of Robbinsville and Hamilton used the time before the Chanukah holiday to remember the kind acts of members of the community. The Chanukah Wonderland event included a traditional "Hakarat Hatov" which is translated in Hebrew as recognizing the good.   Rabbi Yaakov ...

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