This is where Don will share his reflections.
To read the July/August Newsletter, please click here: 7.8.16 newsletter
to read the June newsletter click here 6.16 newsletter
To read the May newsletter, click here: 5.16 newsletter
Last year’s theme was about having a conversation with someone about the walk, NAMI Mercer, and the importance of awareness about mental illness. This year we want to turn that conversation into an invitation to someone outside the church to join our walk team in support of our brothers and sisters who are affected by mental illness. This will be a great way to introduce people to our church, to our mission efforts, and to NAMI Mercer.
If you would like to sign up, please go to http://www.namiwalks.org/team/fpcodn. Our goal is to have at least 40 walkers on our team, one for every five years of our great history. Please save the morning of Saturday, May 7th on your calendars, call a friend or two and join us in our support of NAMI Mercer. If you have any questions, please contact Heidi at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
The First Presbyterian Church of Dutch Neck is searching for a Youth Minister to partner with an engaged, energetic Children and Youth Ministries Team to continue to build a vibrant, sustainable youth program.
Part time, $20,000 per year. Please send applications before March 20, 2016 to Bart Kartoz (609-610-0490) at email@example.com. See www.dutchneckpresbyterian.com for job description.
SATURDAY MARCH 5, 2016 – 6 PM
Please come join us for a pot luck dinner followed by a celebration of 200 years of DNPC music through the eyes of our children!
This original production was written by Giulia Marolda, Julia Weingaertner, and Maddie Kartoz and will be directed and performed by our Children’s Choir with the help of Amy and Ken Carter. Dinner begins at 6PM followed by the program thereafter. Invitations to follow. Please RSVP . We hope to see you for a historical, nostalgic evening of song, fellowship and good memories! To RSVP click here http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e094ea4aa22aafc1-200years