COVID-19 Coronavirus UPDATE: Worship is online as in-person services are cancelled
We have been advised by authorities and the Presbytery of West Jersey to have no gatherings over 10 people and to explore alternative ways to provide spiritual resources online. No matter how far apart we sit in our sanctuary or meeting rooms, bringing people together who come from a variety of places, family size, and exposure risks is not safe or in keeping with being a responsible neighbor. Therefore, the session has cancelled worship services in the Red Brick Church and all events in Price Hall until April 14, 2020 (4 weeks). We will continually reassess our next steps in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the rapidly changing conditions.
Serving You During Health Emergency
The pastor and staff are available to serve you during this health emergency. Please visit our Contact page, for email addresses and other information. We are complying with official guidance, health directives, social distancing, and taking reasonable steps to protect our staff in our workplace. Our church office (609-884-4065) and cemetery office (609-884-5130) will remain open, and if no answer, please leave a message and someone will get back to you as quickly as possible.
Join Us Online
Please join us for worship online each Sunday on Facebook Live or via Zoom Webinar. We realize that not everyone can Easily go online and we are looking to offer telephone access, as well. We will provide instructions to join us online for an abbreviated but engaging worship experience. We will include prayer, Scripture readings, musical selections, and a message of hope from Pastor Kevin. You may send your prayer requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you are well. As you are able, stay home, and Express carefor others through email, a phone call, and other ways to be in prayer for each other and our world while we can’t gather in person for worship. We look forward to a time when we again will be able to gather as the people of God in the community when it is deemed safe.