Each month the Social Ministry Committee collects food donations to be given to people in need. Non-perishable food items such as tuna fish, canned fruits and vegetables, pasta, rice, peanut butter, jelly and cereal are needed. The food may be brought in at any time and left in the shopping cart near the stairs going to the church. The items will be picked up at the end of the month. Thank you for your support. We are so grateful to ShopRite for giving us this cart for our food collection.Personal items for New Visions In Camden. In addition to providing breakfast and lunch New Visions offers showers to those who want them. Personal hygiene items are needed for this. Tooth brushes and toothpaste ,washcloths soap and shampoo are all needed. We have placed a basket for these items near the the stairs going to the church. Sometimes these items are readily available for those staying in hotels while on vacation. 

Please Join Our Team of Lectors: All team members are notified of dates to be filled for the new season. You can opt out of or opt into any dates that suit your schedule. All readings for upcoming dates are sent to the team before each new    season begins, and hard copies are posted in the Narthex.  Lectors have ample time to review their readings and get pronunciations of unfamiliar names, etc. (from Pastor Truland, me or Google!). Contact Judy at or text 609-975-3344 for more information.


Fall/Winter Clothing Drive – Social Ministry will be collecting gently used fall and winter clothing for men, women and children in Burlington on October 19th from 9am to Noon.  Now’s the time to go through your winter clothes and get rid of those items that are still got but you just don’t wear anymore.  Donations will be going to the Sisterhood.  And don’t worry, if you can’t swing by on Saturday, just bring them to church on Sunday!


Bake Sale – the Craft Show is just around the corner, which means that Social Ministry will be taking donations for the Bake Sale table!  The money is used to supplement several ministries such as helping people in the congregation, gift cards for food, gifts for the food banks, etc.  The more homemade baked goods we get, the more money we have to support these goals.  Don’t forget to sign up!

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