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Stories from Our Congregations

During the COVID-19 pandemic, our congregations have found new ways to remain grounded in prayer, Scripture study, worship, caring for those in need, and seeking God’s justice and reconciliation in the world. Here are just a few of their stories.

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Parishioners Charles Klein, George Kooney and Marge Jingo organ releathering pneumatics.
Stories from Our Congregations | Dec 27, 2021
The pandemic has been a time for learning new skills and starting new projects. Mark Wright decided to teach himself how to rebuild his church’s...
The NJCRI team and their mobile COVID vaccine clinic. ALEEDA CRAWLEY PHOTO
Stories from Our Congregations | Oct 4, 2021
In our parish profile at St. George’s, Maplewood, one of the desires identified by the parish was to expand the congregation’s impact...
Christ Church, Teaneck food pantry
Stories from Our Congregations | Jan 4, 2021
The food pantry at Christ Church in Teaneck has received a $10,000 donation to help feed those who have been impacted by the economic crisis caused...
St. Elizabeth's, Ridgewood Christmas pageant
Stories from Our Congregations | Dec 22, 2020
St. Elizabeth's, Ridgewood adapted their Christmas pageant for the pandemic and the result is charming.
Volunteers distribute bags of food to cars lined up in front of St. Agnes, Little Falls. PHOTO COURTESY BOB DOMBROWSKI
Stories from Our Congregations | Sep 9, 2020
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced other area food pantries to hit pause, the food pantry at St. Agnes’, Little Falls stepped up.
St. Stephen's, Millburn's 2020 Drumming Camp
Stories from Our Congregations | Sep 4, 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the annual Drumming Camp at St. Stephen’s, Millburn was a scaled-down event – two days instead of five, with about half...