Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church invites Nassau members and friends to an Advent Book Discussion (contact Phyllis Rich for zoom links).
Join us for a two-part discussion about the book Hidden Christmas: The Surprising Truth Behind the Birth of Christ. Pastor Mjumbe, Elder Michele Minter, and other guest leaders will discuss how this book by author Timothy Keller can add a sense of purpose to our Christmas celebrations.
The International Mission Outreach Committee (IMOC) of Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church invites new members to work actively with us in realizing our outreach goals in other countries. The Ghana Mission Network is expanding into West Africa, including Liberia. Learn about the our African Diaspora Cookbook. It will contain recipes and remedies passed down from our ancestors across oceans and continents. The theme of our book is from Revelation 22:2 – The leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nation. Sales will help fund a trip to Africa for our youth. RSVP to " class="broken_link">Joan Tomlin or Isa Blyden.
Nassau Church members can help Villages in Partnership fight extreme poverty in Malawi. As the end of the year approaches, you can make donations in honor of a friend or family member to support VIPs mission through Nassau Church’s Alternative Gifts program.
For a longer update from Executive Director Liz Heinzel-Nelson visit VIP’s website here:
Villages in Partnership (VIP) is a nonprofit committed to working with impoverished rural villagers in the Sakata region of Malawi to provide access to clean water and improved sanitation, food security, quality healthcare and education, infrastructure, and economic development for the villages. For more information, call 609-772-4753, email or visit the website:
Womanspace works to prevent abuse and provide services for individuals and families impacted by domestic and sexual violence. Their annual Communities of Light event in early December illumines our community as a powerful symbol of hope for those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Your generosity through the alternative gifts program or through direct involvement with Womanspace helps share the gift of safety. Thank you!