January 19-20 is Mission Weekend, when we remind ourselves of our Christian commitment to human flourishing in all places. Join us for these opportunities to get involved.
Lock-In, January 19-20, 8PM – 8AM
After a normal Fellowship night on Jan. 19th, Senior High Youth are invited to stick around and spend the night in the church. We’ll do some help-out projects for Arm-in-Arm, have some fun, take a midnight run to Hoagie Haven, and maybe even get some sleep. Our Sr. High Leadership Team (Kelsey, Jesse, Nathan, Lauren & Mark) will be here all night.
Contact Mark Edwards (, 609-933-7599)
Signed Permission Form Required
- Online Permission Form closes 3pm on Friday, January 17 – after that time use the paper form available below or at the church.
- Or download the PDF: Lock-In Permission Form
Morning of Mission, Monday, January 20
Come and join an effort below as we equip and serve local organizations. All hands are needed and welcome.
From 10:30 am to 12:00 pm at the church we will be making pet blankets for orphaned animals, putting together sack lunches for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, assembling Creativity Kits for HomeFront, collecting personal care products for Arm in Arm clients and making calendars for ABC Literacy.
Bring donations to the church on Sunday or Monday:
This year’s MLK Day of Service project will take place at the historic Hedgepeth/Williams Middle School of the Arts located in Trenton, New Jersey. The service activities will include school beautification projects such as painting several walls, decorating stairways, and organizing various spaces.
Meet at 8:00 AM at Nassau to carpool and return by 1:00 PM.
Contact Christ Werner Robinson ()
MLK Worship Service
Princeton Clergy Association invites everyone to gather for a service to celebrate the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 20, at 7PM in Nassau Presbyterians’ sanctuary. Those wishing to join the community choir should come to the music room at 6PM. Reception to follow.