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Loving Your Neighbor When You Can’t Leave the House

As the State of New Jersey is taking significant measures to reduce the spread of the virus, let us remember our responsibilities to our neighbors and ourselves. Love your neighbor by staying home as much as possible. But also love your neighbor by making phone calls, writing cards, sending emails, supporting businesses, caring about the vulnerable, poor, and in prison. Let this…

Resurrection Eggs

Christian Ed. is supporting families stuck at home with their first-ever Take Home Sunday School activity, Resurrection Eggs! Families with young elementary aged children will be getting Resurrection Egg kits to enable them to tell the Holy Week and Easter story with their family sometime this week! Each egg holds an object that will help you tell the Easter story to your…

We Would Love to Sing with You!

We will be worshiping online for at least the next two weeks. Please stop by sometime (email the Office for the door code) and pick up a hymnal to take home and use for our online worship services. If you can’t make it to church, we deliver! Reach out to the office via email or leave a message on our answering machine…

Food Pantry Can Help

During this difficult time, remember the Pitman Food Pantry! Located in the rear of Pitman’s Baptist Church (30 N. Broadway), the Pantry is open three days a week to fulfill your need. The hours of operation are Tuesday 6-7 PM, Wednesday 4-5 PM, and Thursday 12-1 PM. Donations to the Pantry are appreciated! In lieu of leaving your donation in the basket…

Friday Prayer Practice

Prayer Practice for Friday, March 20th, 2019 Friday Prayer Invitation: Isaiah 41:19 says,“I will set in the desert the cypress, the plane and the pine together.” None of these trees could grow in the desert without miracle. But God provides hope in the midst of hopeless places. I invite you to go looking for cypresses…

Weekly Story Time

Weekly Story Time: "Who Is My Neighbor?" Pastor Drew shares the children's book "Who Is my Neighbor?" by Amy-Jill Levine & Sandy Eisenberg Sasso Posted by First Presbyterian Church in Pitman on Wednesday, March 25, 2020  

“Dinner’s On Me” Support Family Promise

Dinner’s On Me – We are collecting Emergency Funds for families experiencing homeless today through April 1st. All money donated today though midnight tomorrow will be used to buy dinner for a family in need by ordering from a local restaurant who provides delivery services or to purchase gift cards to a local supermarket. Help…