Tuesday Night Men's Group
7:30PM 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Virtual
The group is open to men of all ages and spiritual backgrounds. We will begin a new study this fall using the book “Letters to the Church,”
by Frances Chan. For questions, call A.J. Rice @ 201/400-1028 or email at email@example.com.
Wednesday Morning Men’s Group
We do weekly Bible Studies with rotating leadership. We are currently Studying Acts. The Leader each week provides coffee and bagels for those participating. Contact Don Williamson for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday Men’s Group
8:00AM Prayer Tower
Studying Mark's gospel with group-led study/discussion. Contact Mik Williams at email@example.com for more information.
Prime Time Prayers - Retired Men
8AM Thursdays 200A
The study for fall is a video series from Redeemer Church (Tim Keller). Contact Franco Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org or Warren Braunwarth email@example.com for more information.
Saturday Men’s Group
Weekly Bible studies with rotating leadership. We are currently Studying Exodus. Contact Don Williamson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and/or a meeting invitation.
Moms in Prayer International 3 groups gather weekly - all are welcome
"We are moms who pray together impacting children and schools worldwide" (momsinprayer.org)
- Sundays 7PM Sanctuary -- praying for children of all ages. Contact: Lorie Acciarito (email@example.com, 732.306.7220)
- Mondays 10 AM Prayer Tower -- praying moms with children upper elementary through college/career including Korean and Portuguese speakers. Contact: Lorie Acciarito (firstname.lastname@example.org, 732.306.7220)
- Wednesdays 9AM 200A -- praying moms with children preschool through middle school including homeschoolers. Contact: Autumn Hobbs (email@example.com, 917.566.1161)
Young Womens’ Bible Study
Mondays 7:30PM 200A
If you are a young woman out of high school and want to discover God’s word and direction, please join us for a weekly group tailored to you!
Judi Rogers (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Sara Copp (email@example.com) for more information.
Bad Girls of the Bible
2nd & 4th Tuesdays 7:30PM 300A
Studying the Bible using 6 week topical studies. Winter/Spring study will be 'The Greatest Chapter in the Bible' by Laurie Short. Contact Denise Neuwirth (firstname.lastname@example.org) to join the group.
Tapestry Women's Bible Study
Tuesdays 7:15PM 100AB
Fridays 9:30AM Various Rooms (childcare available)
Tapestry is our longstanding women’s Bible study program with about a dozen small groups which meet weekly from September to May. This year we will be studying 'Matthew: Making Disciples for the Nations'. Groups meet on Tuesday evenings, Wednesdays or Friday mornings. Each leader has indicated if her group will be meeting in person, virtually or as a hybrid class. Contact Carol Williamson (email@example.com) if you have any questions or click here to register.
Yarns of Hope
2nd Wednesday Wenman Room
Members knit and crochet prayer shawls and lap blankets for NPPC’s Caring Ministries to be given to those in special need of comfort and the assurance of prayer. We also make hats, mittens and scarves for distribution in areas of NY/NJ by the urban outreach ministry, The Relief Bus. Contact Emma Grant (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get involved.
Ladies Bible Study
8:30AM Thursdays 300A
Cofffee and conversation followed by Bible study. Contact Judy Campbell (email@example.com) for more information.
Third Thursday Circle
10AM, 3rd Thursdays Wenman Room
Meets once a month for fellowship & Bible study. Contact Jan Schryer at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Groups For All/Sunday School
Tuesday Night Study and Fellowship
Tuesdays 7:30PM Basking Ridge.
Currently studying Galatians. Contact Mary Anne Eggert (email@example.com) for more information.
Bible Book Group
Thursdays 7AM via Zoom
The group reads about 10 pages of "The Books of the Bible" (Biblica) per week and then holds an open discussion during the meeting. The group is open to men and women. Contact Jay Troutman firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link and to join the group.
Hour of Prayer
Sundays 9AM & 10:15AM Both groups meet in room 300D
Christians are called to pray together, but sometimes it is awkward to begin. This group features an easy way to pray as a group, using a printed guide.
Theresa Hansen email@example.com
Philippians - Finding Joy Starts Sunday, April 16, 10AM 300F
This is a 5-week study of Paul’s letter to the Christians in the Roman colony of Philippi. Paul wrote this letter from prison. How can we express the same joy that Paul reflects? Contact Gregg Chatterton if interested (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Sundays 10AM Wenman Room
Streams will continue through June 11th, drawing from two guest speakers and several of our favorite speakers from the spring '23 Stand Firm Ligonier Convention--we will use their videos and have a discussion after each video, followed by prayer. Other than Mother's Day, May 14 and Memorial Day Sunday, May 28th, we will continue to meet at 10:10 AM in the Wenman Room. Contact Ned McDonald at email@example.com for more information.
The Book of Job Starts Sunday, April 16, 11:15AM 300F
The world teaches us to revolve our actions, thoughts, and beliefs around ourselves. “It’s all about you!” we are encouraged to think. In the world’s philosophy, we become the author and hero of our story. But the Bible teaches a different view, one where another hero—the actual Author of life—takes center stage. In the book of Job, God asserts his preeminence and displays his power. This eight-session series on Job by Francis Chan explores the overriding truth that we exist not for ourselves but to glorify the God who deserves all worship and praise. Contact Gregg Chatterton if interested (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ESL - English as a Second Language
Virtual classes at various days/times.
Using the Bible to learn English. Email email@example.com for more information.
Dinner for 8
Dinner for Eight is a fun fellowship gathering for eight people - couples and singles are welcome. Meeting in small groups in each others homes enables us to get to know one another a bit better than just in passing to say hello - each group functions according to their own timetables and schedules - hopefully they will be able to schedule at least three or four gatherings during the year. Everyone chips in for dinner -usually the host provides the main course with others bringing hors d'oeuvres, salad, and dessert. For additional information or to sign up, please contact Judy Walz (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the church office (908.665.0050).