In Concert: Dan + Claudia Zanes

Saturday, January 21, 2023 | 5:00 pm in the Sanctuary

All ages are welcome to share in this interactive, celebratory community concert.

In lieu of tickets, we ask that each attendee to please bring one of the food items listed below in support of Arm In Arm’s Valentines for Food Drive.

Shopping List:

  • Canned low-fructose fruit
  • Canned low-sodium vegetables
  • Canned tuna, salmon, chicken, or chili
  • Canned beans or 1 lb. bag of dried beans

No glass containers, please. Be sure to check expiration dates. Monetary donations to Arm in Arm will also be accepted.

More videos from Dan + Claudia:

For the Long Night

So Glad I’m Here!

Long Hot Summer Nights

Ariba means up!


Morning of Mission 2023

Come and participate in hands-on projects when we act on our Christian commitment to human flourishing in all places. All hands are needed and welcome.


Monday, January 16, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, Assembly Room

We will be making pet blankets for orphaned animals, putting together sack lunches for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK), assembling Creativity Kits for HomeFront, collecting personal care products for Arm in Arm clients and making calendars for ABC Literacy. Donation items are listed below.
Contact Corrie Berg (email)

Creativity Kits for HomeFront

  • pkgs. of crayons (24–48 ct.)
  • pkgs. of colored pencils (24–28 ct.)
  • pkgs. of markers (10–12 ct.)
  • coloring books
  • coloring pads/sketch pads
  • individual packages of stickers

Personal Care Products for Arm in Arm

  • toothbrushes and toothpaste
  • shampoo and conditioner
  • razors and shaving cream
  • soaps and lotion
  • feminine products


Monday, January 16, 1:00-3:00 pm, Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve

We will work to remove invasive species within riparian restoration project areas, as well as install deer-exclusion caging to protect young tree saplings.

Registration Required with Friends of Princeton Open Space (link)

Contact Mark Edwards (email)

Child/Youth Registration for 2022-23 Programs

Dear Parents,

Summer greetings!

We are excited about the coming program year at Nassau Presbyterian Church. This post contains registration and program information for the upcoming year.


We ask you to complete a new form each year to ensure we have accurate information on you and your child to ensure your child’s health and safety. If you have multiple children in your family, you will receive a separate registration email for each.

To complete your registration, please:

  • print the registration form that was emailed to you,
  • make changes/additions using the fields on page two,
  • with or without changes, please sign and date page one of the form, and
  • return these two pages to the church office as soon as possible – by Tuesday, September 6 or earlier – to make sure your child’s name appears correctly on our attendance lists

If you are new to our church – Welcome! – or have an additional child to register, blank forms are available here and in the literature rack outside the church office:

Registration Form (pdf)


This attachment lists the regular schedule and the start up dates for our program year long (Sept-May) activities:

Start up Dates 2022 (pdf)

Please be in touch if you have any questions. With anticipation for the coming year!

Corrie Berg (x108)

Director of Educational Ministries

Mark Edwards (x109)

Director of Youth Ministries

Ingrid Ladendorf (x105)

Associate Director, Choirs for Children & Youth

Lenten Devotions 2023 – Call for Writers

Ash Wednesday, 3/2/22 – Easter Sunday, 4/17/22

Would you consider writing a meditation for our 2022 Lenten daily devotional series? We are always hoping to encourage new writers to join us. These messages of faith and encouragement have become a meaningful tradition for our community, and for many beyond the Nassau congregation. We will share these messages through a daily email, and later, when the season is complete, as a PDF that can be downloaded from our website.

Participating easy — here’s how:

“God’s Hands and the Holy Spirit,” from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN. Original source: – Jean Bean.

Each writer will be provided a choice of scriptures and guidelines for writing. Choose one or two verses meaningful to you, write a short reflection on them, and include a sentence prayer to close your reflection. It can be in any literary form: Prose, poem, haiku, dialogue, etc. Examples of our recent devotionals can be found on our website here (link).

It need not be complicated; simply from your heart. We have resources and helpers to guide you through the process. Please join us.

If you have any questions about the process or if you’re ready to sign up, please email Karen Barrows.



Childcare Opportunities

Childcare positions are available for the 2021-22 program year.

The positions are $12/hour, minimum of 2 hours per shift, 2 trained childcare workers are assigned to any one shift.

First Aid Certification with Infant/Child emphasis is preferred but not required. The Church occasionally offers this training to volunteers and childcare workers.

Before hire applicants must successfully complete our child protection policy training including a criminal background check and an interview with the Director of Children’s & Family Ministry.

Please contact Lauren Yeh (, 609-924-0103 x106) for more information or to schedule an interview.

Year-long (September to May)

Sunday Mornings,  8:45 AM-12:30 PM

  • 2021: September 12 – December 19
  • 2022: January 9 – May 15

Wednesdays, 4:00-5:30 PM

  • 2021: September 22 – December 15 (except November 24)
  • 2022: January 12 – May 11 (except April 13)


Special Services

  • December 19, 2021: 2:30-4:30 PM
  • December 24, 2021: 2:30-4:30 PM & 6:00-8:30PM
  • March 2, 2022: 6:30-8:30PM
  • April 14, 2022: 6:30-8:30PM
  • April 15, 2022: 11:30AM – 1:30PM


Weekdays On-call for Special Sessions


Chancel Drama 2021: Rescue in the Night!

The Story of Daniel in the Lion’s Den

Join us in-person, for the telling of this memorable Biblical story of courage and obedience, in a light-hearted rendition with singing and speaking roles. Rising grades 3 – 12 are encouraged to sign up!  Everyone will be cast.  If you would like a singing/speaking role, please sign up for a zoom audition date on June 2, June 6 or June 13.

We intend to rehearse in-person during the week of August 9 – 13, each afternoon 12:30 pm –  4:30 pm (dress rehearsal or taping will take place Friday evening, through 8:30 pm).  Our week together will include a mission focus, in addition to daily Bible study, and music and stage rehearsals.  Our worship leading may possibly be live streamed, in-person on Sunday morning, August 15 and we will communicate that decision as soon as possible. Covid protocols will apply, with adjustments as needed.  Sign up and reserve your spot early to receive your script in June!


  • Kick-Off on Sunday, August 8, 7-8:30pm (participants & families)
  • Monday – Thursday, August 9-12, 12:30-4:30pm (rehearsals, bible study, crafts)
  • Friday, August 13, 12:30-8:30pm (including family dinner & the dress rehearsal/recording)
  • Sunday, August 15, 10am Worship – in-person


  • Sunday, August 22, 10am Worship – livestream

Ages: rising 3rd through 12th grades

Fee: $50 per person

Registration is open…payment is due on or before Sunday, July 4

VBS & PresbyCamp 2021

June 28 – July 1, 2021

Last year, at Virtual Vacation Bible School we told stories of the Israelites’ captivity and exile to Babylon. As we began our own pandemic exile, we empathized with their grief as they missed their beloved Temple and traditions just as we were missing our church building and community.

It’s now a year later. We have walked this long road together but the journey is not quite finished. Although there a signs of hope, we’re starting to ask, “Are we there yet?”

VBS 2021 again looks to the stories of our faith to provide guidance for our life. Welcome to Wilderness Wanderings: God Prepares a People. This summer we will gathering together again (outdoors and in-person on the grounds of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Princeton) to revisit the story of the Exodus and the 40-year trek through the desert from Egypt to the Promised Land. Along the way, God provided water, food, rules for living together, and leaders for the people. As we journey through this pandemic, God provides for us—young and old, individuals and the church community—what we need too.

Use the form below to register for Vacation Bible School (age 3 – rising grade 6). Older students (rising grades 4-6) are also invited to add on PresbyCamp. Limited spaces available.

Service Opportunities for Morning of Mission 2021

January 18 – February 22

Make Lunches and/or Hygiene Kits for TASK

Sign Up!

Sign up to volunteer over the next several weeks. to assemble bag lunches or simple hygiene kits at home for use at the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen.

Finished kits and lunches can be dropped off at the TASK main building, 72 ½ Escher Street, Trenton, New Jersey, Mondays, 8:30am-2:00pm. (Google Maps Link)