Bible Studies and Fellowship Groups

Bible Studies

In-depth Bible Study

Meeting on Sunday mornings (September to May), this group examines one book verse-by-verse and wrestles with doctrinal and ethical issues in conversation with our “founding pastor,” Paul. George Hunsinger, Professor of Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, leads this study. See This Sunday for the time and location.

Men’s Breakfast Bible Study

An open invitation is extended to all men at Nassau Church. They meet every Friday morning from 7:30 to 8:30AM in the Assembly Room from September to May and take turns bringing juice, cereal, and pastries. Participants help lead the discussion, which is often on the upcoming sermon title and scripture texts.

David Boyd (732-940-9442;

Early Bird Women’s Bible Study

Read and study the Bible and books about the Bible. This group meets on Friday mornings at 7:00 AM throughout the year in members’ homes for a light breakfast. By 8:00 AM all are on their way to work or home.

Doodie Meyer (609-275-9647)
Lynne Seidel (609-737-0997)

Parents’ Bible Study

While young children’s choir programs are in session, parents gather on Wednesday evenings to study  the biblical passage their children will learn in Church School the coming Sunday. For details, see the Partnering with Parents page.

Presbyterian Women’s Circles

Join a Presbytery group of women using the Horizons Bible study, An Abiding Hope: The Presence of God in Exodus and Deuteronomy, at the Kingston Presbyterian Church on the third Thursday of each month from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM. Bring a sandwich. Each year Presbyterian Women follow this study in circle meetings.

Book Groups

Women’s Book Group

The Women’s Book Group meets for evening fellowship the second Monday of each month for dessert at 7:30 PM and book discussion at 8:00 PM, at the homes of members.

Christianne Lane (609-594-9250,
Katie Flowers (609-890-8659,

Nassau Book Group

The Nassau Book Group is a friendly small group which has been meeting at church for over 10 years. We are both men and women. While we rarely choose a theological book to discuss, we do seem to find religious or spiritual themes in over half of our novels or non-fiction books.

We meet eight or nine months a year, omitting December and some of the summer months. We usually meet the third Sunday of the month, after second service, and share a home sack lunch together. Consider joining us, or just show up to see how we interact! We would welcome a few more literature-loving souls.

Ginger August (609-924-6391;

Fellowship Groups

Legacy Parents

Parents of all ages, but especially those empty, near-empty or gosh will-it-ever-be-empty nesters meet occasionally on a Saturday evening in homes to share appetizers and conversation. For details about our next gathering, click HERE.

Joan Kettelkamp (908-281-0374;
Katie Windom (908-359-0927;

Nassau Stitchers

The group is for those interested in knitting, sewing and quilting. Throughout the year the Stitchers hold a work day from 9:00AM to 4:00PM to work on Sunshine Quilts and Prayer Shawls that are distributed to the ill and grieving. The Stitchers meet at 1:00PM on the second and fourth Monday of each month in the conference room at the church.

Ginger August (609-924-6391;
Sue Rodgers (609-921-7171)

Singalong Traveling Singers

Singalong is an outreach program that originated with the Adult Choir more than 20 years ago. Our mission is to involve residents of the extended care facilities in singing along with familiar, well loved melodies of their youth.

Helen Duncan (609-452-2477,

Walking Group

Nassau members and friends gather for walking at local parks and tow paths throughout the year Tuesdays at 10:00 AM.

Barbara Happer (908-581-8610 or 609-021-1487 or

Walk Talk Pray

Walk Talk Pray is an exercise and fellowship group designed for mothers. This walking group meets Thursdays at 9:00 AM for 45 minutes of walking and then gathers for a brief time of prayer before dismissing at 10:00 AM.

Corrie Berg (609-924-0103 ext. 108; )