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Deacons Annual Pancake Breakfast

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Deacons’ Annual Pancake Breakfast

Sunday, March 29, 2015

9:00 - 10:30 AM

in Jim Henry Hall

The tantalizing aromas emanating from

Jim Henry Hall will welcome you to the

Deacons’ Annual Pancake Breakfast 

This is in ideal time to invite friends to church!!

Homemade pancakes, sausage, coffee, tea, juice

Come and through donations, support the Deacon's Fund!

What better way to enjoy a beautiful March morning

with family and friends!

NO Sunday School/NO Adult Seminar


Adult Seminars

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Adult Seminars- from 9:30 – 10:15 in the Church House.

March 29 Palm Sunday – No Adult Seminar Pancake Breakfast


Presbyterian Church Changes Gay Marriage Rights - Newsflash!!!

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Presbyterian Church Changes Definition of Marriage to Include Same-Sex Couples


Here is a segment that was aired on NJTV News on March 18th, following up on Gay Marriage Rights.

Here's the link to the post on NJTV NEWS website ...


Also you may want to check it out on YouTube


PALM SUNDAY - March 29

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Sunday, March 29 is PALM SUNDAY when we collect the One Great Hour of Sharing offering and Fish Banks. Join us.



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Maundy Thursday, April 2, 2015

Come join in our Traditional Agape Supper at 7:00 PM in Jim Henry Hall and Tenebrae Service at 8:15 PM. Join our church family for a simple meal of lentil soup, salad, pita bread and date cakes. Finger foods and activities will be available for children.

Good Friday, April 3, 2015

On this most solemn of days join us at noon for the St. Mark Service for Children in the Chapel; walk with Christians of every tradition as we travel together to our various churches learning again the story of Jesus’ Passion in the Ecumenical Walk at 1:00 starting in the Church of the Atonement; there is a worship for the Youth 6th grade and older at 3:00, “Remember Me Service” in the Chapel.

Easter, April 5, 2015

Celebrate with joy the Resurrection of our Lord. Special music, and coffee hour in the church house. Alleluia!He Is Risen! Easter Egg Hunt after worship.



Mission Possible 2015

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          "Then the righteous will answer him, “Lord, when was it that we saw you hungry and gave you food, or thirsty and gave you something to drink? And when was it that we saw you a stranger and welcomed you, or naked and gave you clothing? And when was it that we saw you sick or in prison and visited you?” And the king will answer them, “Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these - you did it to me.”

 Matthew 25:37-40

           Jesus could not speak more clearly than he does in this passage from the Gospel of Matthew. It is when we act in his name to comfort those in need and sorrow that we are most faithful disciples. Indeed, in addition to telling the Gospel story in worship, we are to proclaim God’s love to others through our mission as a central hallmark of our Christian faith and life.

           Led by our Mission Committee our Session has dubbed this year as “2015: Mission Possible.” Much as we emphasized Faith and the Arts in 2014 this year we will be redoubling  our efforts to live out our faith in Mission. Each month there will be an opportunity to participate in some form of mission. The goal is for each member and friend to have a “hands on” role in mission within this year.


The Presbyterian Church at Tenafly has been serving the Community for 150 years. Our worship services are Sundays at 10:30 a.m. and in the Summer at 10:00 a.m. We provide child care, Sunday school  for all ages and wide variety of musical programs and mission to the community.


Launch of the “Mission Possible” initiative; monthly food collection January 4. Development of the “Helping Hands” poster at the Annual Congregational Meeting.


Monthly food collection on February 1.

Provision of meals and oversight at the Family Promise Family Homeless shelter on February 24 and 25.

Distribution on One Great Hour of Sharing “Fish Banks.”

Soup Squad (collection of homemade soups for distribution to shut ins).

“Stop Hunger Now” for Middle School, High School and College Students, Saturday,    February 28 from 11am. – 5 p.m. We plan to pack 10,000 meals.


Monthly food collection on March 1.

Receive the One Great Hour of Sharing    Offering on Palm Sunday, March 29.


Monthly food collection on April 5.

Rummage Sale on April 18 serving neighbours and developing funds for mission.


Monthly food collection on May 3.


Monthly food collection on June 7.

Welcome our Mission Associate

Special Mission trip


Monthly food collection on July 5.

Special Mission trip


Monthly food collection on August 2.

Hosting the Homeless Shelter.

Special Mission trip.


Monthly food collection on September 6.

“Table to Table” - Prepare a mailing for hunger outreach program


Monthly food collection on October 4.

CROP Walk—raising funds for Church World Service.


Monthly food collection on  November 1.


Monthly food collection on  December 6.

Angel Tree—gifts for those in women's shelters.


The English Conversation/Culture Class started in1985 is a part of the Special Ministries to the Japanese at our church. We have been providing the English conversation and culture class to Japanese women coming here for a few years due to their husbands' employment

It has been great to provide God's love to help them communicate better and understand the different culture in order for them to live in America comfortably.

ESL class will run in the spring from March 24 until June 2. In the fall, class will meet from September 29 until December 8.


Each of us – no matter how young or old is invited – to open our hearts to service in Christ’s name as we respond in love to Jesus’ command “Follow Me.”

The ambitious goals of “2015 Mission Possible” are:

1.    Strengthen and deepen this congregation’s understanding and active commitment to mission as a central expression of Christian faith and life.

2.    Offer opportunities for each member of the congregation to participate in a “hands on” experience of mission within the course of the year adding our time and talent to the commitment of our treasure to mission for the sake of the world.

3.    Come to a full understanding of Christian mission in its global, national, regional and local dimensions, providing concrete manifestations of each of these dimensions within the life of the congregation.

4.    Establish on-going relationships between the congregation and its mission partners in global, national, regional and local contexts.

As we engage in mission together, let us hold close Jesus’ words “when you did it unto the least of these you did it unto me.”

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Upcoming Events

Sat Mar 28, 2015 @10:00AM - 12:00PM
Sun Mar 29, 2015 @ 9:15AM -
Choir Rehearsal
Thu Apr 02, 2015 @ 8:00PM - 09:30PM
Essence Group - Thursday Evening
Sun Apr 05, 2015 @10:30AM - 10:30AM
Communion Sunday


Presbyterian Church Changes Definition of Marriage to Include Same-Sex Couples


Here is a segment that was aired on NJTV News on March 18th, following up on Gay Marriage Rights.

Here's the link to the post on NJTV NEWS website ...


Also you may want to check it out on YouTube