Senior adults participate in a rich life of worship and fellowship at Nassau. Watch for upcoming fellowship and community events in these places:
The church helps senior adults get to and around the church. Bus service to Sunday worship runs year-round from local retirement communities. Our building, worship services, and other events are accessible and feature mobility, sound, and sight assistance.
We hope to see you soon.
Stonebridge and Windrows Bus Service
For 2016-2017 we offer bus service for the 11:00AM service from the Stonebridge (Skillman) and Windrows (Princeton) retirement communities. This transportation ministry is intended for senior adults for whom parking and walking to church pose difficulties.
- Please be ready to board at each respective front entrance ten minutes prior to pick-up.
- There is no bus service on April 20, 2017, due to Communiversity.
- There is bus service for noon worship & communion on Ash Wednesday and Maundy Thursday. Details available in your Sunday bulletin.
Summer Bus Service
Sunday worship is 10:00AM only in the summer (Memorial Day through Labor Day), and the bus schedule changes accordingly.
Our building, parking lot, worship services, and events are accessible. To learn more about our mobility, hearing, and sight assistance visit the Access Nassau page.
Opportunities and Resources
Small Group Opportunities for Education & Fellowship
A variety of small groups are offered through the church, some short-term of 6-8 weeks fall and spring; some long term. While the content of each group will vary, all participants will have opportunities to consider questions of faith, share joys and challenges, pray for one another and encourage one another in discipleship. Contact the church office (609) 924-0103.
The Jewel Leback Deacon Library
The Jewel Leback Deacon Library, located in the room to the right of the sanctuary, is home to a variety of helpful and inspiring resources including the subjects of health and well-being, grief and bereavement, prayer and spiritual care, aging and the life cycle and much more. Anyone can check out resources and return them when completed.
Pastoral care is the way we minister to and with each other in daily living: sharing joys and sorrows, supporting in times of stress and need, offering mutual forgiveness and reconciliation. Our Lord taught us to love people in all of life’s circumstances in the church and beyond.
Pastors are available to meet with church members as they address life’s transitions which bring joy and sorrow in human life: children are born, grow up, become independent; people begin work, change jobs, retire; new chapters of life are set in motion and end of life issues are addressed.
The ministries of pastoral care support people in recognizing, accepting, and celebrating these and other such times of adjustment.
Lauren J. McFeaters, Associate Pastor (609-924-0103 x102; email@example.com)
To request prayer for yourself, a loved one or friend, contact Debbi Roldan (609-688-9550, firstname.lastname@example.org). Debbie will initiate the prayer chain. You may also write your concerns in the prayer book in the narthex. All concerns are confidential. If you wish to participate in this ministry, Debbi can add you to the email or phone prayer chain.
Nassau members and friends gather for walking at local parks and tow paths throughout the year. Meets Tuesday mornings.
Barbara Happer (908-581-8610, 609-021-1487, email@example.com)
Advocacy Care at Princeton Senior Resource Center
The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) is one of Princeton’s best assets. They exist to empower older adults in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives. PSRC offers affordable services, programs and opportunities that support educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers. They provide social services, support groups, health and fitness, arts and education and volunteering.
Susan Hoskins (609-924-7108)