Renaissance Church Online Service

Join us for online church services (live on Sundays at 9 or 11 am, or later at renchurch.com/online). We want to provide hope by turning to God for encouragement and comfort. All are welcome!

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  1. info@renchurch.com
Sun, June 14
11:00 am — 11:45 am
Add to My Calendar 06/14/2020 11:00am 06/14/2020 11:45am America/New_York Renaissance Church Online Service

Join us for online church services (live on Sundays at 9 or 11 am, or later at renchurch.com/online). We want to provide hope by turning to God for encouragement and comfort. All are welcome!

2 Kent Place Blvd Summit, NJ 07901

Renaissance Church

2 Kent Place Blvd
Summit, NJ 07901

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Depth And Breadth Of Experience - In Career, In Service and In Life; Susan Hairston - Candidate for Summit Common Council, Ward 1

July 3, 2020

I never imagined I would be kicking off my re-election campaign for Common Council at a time like this--because, a few months ago, I couldn’t imagine “a time like this,” I’ve heard many people in Summit voice the same sentiment. As the current Chair of our town’s Safety and Health Committee responding to the global pandemic; as a lifelong citizen of a town facing ...

Especially In Times Of Crisis, Experienced Leadership Matters; Marjorie Fox - Candidate for Summit Common Council, Ward 2

When I took my oath of office two and a half years ago, I was honored and excited to help lead our beloved city, but also ready for the challenge to not simply maintain Summit’s excellence, but improve upon it. Never could I have dreamed the direction our city--and our country--would take during that time. Before this past January, Council’s most pressing issues included our work to ...

Summit Police Blotter

July 3, 2020

06/01 - At 1901 hours a report was taken for an attempted burglary to an unsecured motor vehicle parked in the driveway to a Woodland Avenue residence. The victim reported to have witnessed a black male, wearing an orange shirt enter the vehicle. Upon confrontation by the resident, the individual vacated the area in a white Mercedes SUV. At the time of the report, nothing appeared to have been ...

Summit EMS Report - May, 2020

Summit’s EMS Volunteers answered 117 emergency calls for assistance in May. These included 71 medical emergencies: eight motor vehicle accidents, including two rollovers, a car into a pole and another into a building; 14 traumatic injuries; 13 falls; two reports of poisoning or overdose; one allergic reaction; one maternity call; one possible case of ...

Free A Cappella Singing Workshops on Zoom

July 12, 2020

Making the most of the Zoom world, The Hickory Tree Chorus chapter of Sweet Adelines International has lined up an international faculty of top coaches for their free Summer Sing series of workshops. Join the chorus via Zoom on Wednesdays, July 15 through August 19, 7:15 to 9 pm.

Kathleen Hansen, renowned barbershop coach and instructor, kicks off the series. Each coaching session will be ...

Patriots’ Path Council Host 'Virtual Wine Dinner' July 23

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Summit Real Estate Report - April - May, 2020

Prominent Property Sotheby's International Realty's regional Summit office provides an inside look at the Summit real estate market, utilizing Garden State Multiple Listing Service statistics illustrating the numbers and trends that tell the story.

This edition of the Summit Real Estate Report details information from April - May, ...

Travel and Entertainment Stocks: Still Too Early?

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