Flemington Circle Book Study
The Flemington Circle Book Study is a casual time for discussion, questions, and a meal. All who are interested are welcome to attend and participate. The Study takes place on Tuesday nights, twice a month, at 7 PM at the Ship Inn Restaurant and Brewery. See the website calendar for the next meeting.
This fall, we are reading and discussing The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert: An English Professor’s Journey into the Christian Faith. Using this book, we hope to learn to better understand the importance of outreach and evangelism but also to appreciate God’s sovereign work of salvation in our lives.
Please call ahead (908-788-3840) if you have any questions. Copies of the book are available as needed. We hope you’ll join us!
Ladies’ Scripture and Prayer Meeting
You are warmly welcomed to join the ladies for a monthly time in God’s Word and Prayer! This time of fellowship around the Word of God usually takes place one Friday morning a month. Currently, the gospel of John is being studied and discussed. See the website calendar for the next meeting.
Please call ahead for details! All women are welcomed!
Nursing Home and Care Center Ministries
Join us every second Sunday of the month to minister the Gospel to the residents of the Rolling Hills Care Center, and every fourth Sunday of the month to minister to the residents of the Hunterdon Care Center.
We sing hymns, pray, and greet the residents- but most importantly, we preach the Good News of Jesus Christ from Scripture. Please pray for this ministry!
Fellowship Meals and Meetings
In addition to normal gatherings for Worship Services and meetings, we gather together as a congregation for monthly Fellowship Meals (potluck style – guests are very welcome!), occasional meals, and summer BBQs. Please see the calendar for the next upcoming fellowship meal following morning worship.
We try to regularly share the good news about Christ in our local community and make our neighbors aware of who we are and what we believe. For example, for the last several years we’ve had the opportunity to do this at the Hunterdon County 4-H & Agricultural Fair by handing out free materials and engaging in discussions over the course of several days. We are always looking for ways to reach out with transparency and clarity.