Tu B’Shvat Seder Celebration Set for Jan. 28 at Temple Sinai

January 11, 2018


SUMMIT, NJ - Temple Sinai will celebrate Tu B’Shvat, an ancient festival, reminding everyone of their sacred duty to renew the promise of Earth and all its bounty.

Sharing wine, fruits and song, the group will participate in a beautiful seder, after which there will be a pot-luck vegetarian dinner.  Everyone who attends is asked to contribute a dish for all to share.

Eleventh Anniversary of Menorah Lighting Marked at Faith Lutheran Church, New Providence


NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - On the evening of Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017, the eighth day of Hanukkah, members of four congregations celebrated the lighting of the eighth candle of the Menorah on the lawn of Faith Lutheran.  

The evening marked the eleventh consecutive year Faith and the three synagogues of Summit, Temple Sinai, Ohr Shalom-Summit Jewish Community Center ...

MLK's Legacy Examined at Congregation Beth Hatikvah in Summit Jan. 13

SUMMIT, NJ - Congregation Beth Hatikvah, in preparation for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, is inviting the community to come together Saturday, Jan. 13, beginning at 10 a.m., for an interactive consideration of Dr. King's legacy. Rodney E. Williams, associate minister of Fountain Baptist Church, will present an audio and visual overview focusing on the impact of Dr.

Faith Lutheran Church Hosts Interfaith Thanksgiving Worship Service of New Providence, Berkeley Heights


NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J. - The eleventh annual New Providence-Berkeley Heights Interfaith Thanksgiving Service occurred on Monday evening, Nov. 20, at Faith Lutheran Church in New Providence.

The participating worship communities were the Baha’is of New Providence, Bridgewater Gurudwara-Garden State Sikh Association, Congregation Ohr Shalom-Summit Jewish Community Center, Faith ...

$37,500 of Food Collected for the Needy by Boy Scouts, Then Delivered by Faith Lutheran Church Volunteers


NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - On Saturday, Nov. 18, eighty-three members of Faith Lutheran Church and thirty-seven members of the New Providence community gathered at Faith to sort and pack $37,500 of canned and packaged food for the needy.  The food filled 743 boxes. 

During the prior weekend Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts distributed bags to the doorsteps of the ...

Interfaith Candlelight Vigil in Summit Dec. 13 to Remember Lives Lost, Call for Greater Gun Violence Prevention

SUMMIT, NJ - On the eve of the fifth anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy, congregations in the Summit community will partner to hold a candlelight vigil calling for gun violence prevention. The public event will be held December 13, beginning at 6 p.m., at Congregation Ohr Shalom in Summit.

The vigil commemorates the lives lost on December 14, 2012, when a gunman ...

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church and School Announces The Rev. Dr. Daniel Gunn as Priest-in-Charge


NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ -  St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church and School, at 419 South Street, is pleased to announce the appointment of The Rev. Dr. Daniel Gunn as Priest-in-Charge.  Father Daniel, as he likes to be called, celebrated his first service at St. Andrew’s on Nov. 19.

Fr. Daniel comes to New Providence after serving as Assistant Rector of Christ Church ...

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New Members are Welcomed at The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township

January 16, 2018


CHATHAM TWP. - On December 3, the congregation of The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township formally welcomed ten individuals and their families as members of the church. Joining were Julie and Thomas Bliemel, Alison and Daniel Lasher, Ally Li, Carrie and Bryan Reasons, Stacey and Chuck Schroeder, and Sarah Murchison all of Chatham.

The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township is a ...