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Alleluia Fund for Outreach

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Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!

With Alleluia, as with no other single word, we proclaim God’s love for humanity. Transforming this word into action is the mission of the Diocese of Newark’s Alleluia Fund, working to better the lives of our sisters and brothers in need, both at home and in places far away. When giving to the fund, we become Alleluia people, doing the work of Christ in the world and accomplishing things that would likely be impossible for us to do as individual Christians. Food pantries, after school programs, shelters for those most vulnerable, and critically needed international programs—all these are among the vital ministries of our Alleluia Fund partners.

In the spirit of Alleluia,
The Rt. Rev. Carlye J. Hughes
Bishop of Newark

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Alleluia Fund for Outreach
December 15, 2017
Thanks to the generous support of congregations and individuals across our diocese, $177,805 in grants were approved by the Diocesan Council at their...
Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges
December 5, 2017
In November, four-time Alleluia Fund grant recipient Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges sent a letter to John King, Director of...
Alleluia Fund for Outreach
November 28, 2017
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, On this international day of giving, Giving Tuesday, I invite you to join me in supporting the Alleluia Fund...
The Success for All Afterschool Program of St. Peter's, Morristown. BRUCE PARKER PHOTO
December 20, 2016
At their December 14, 2016 meeting, Diocesan Council approved the Alleluia Fund grant board’s recommendation to distribute $177,000 in grants...
Standing outside Hudson County Correctional Center, one of four facilities where asylum seekers are detained, are (l-r) Rosa Santana, First Friends Visitor Program Coordinator; Oscar Aviles, former Director of Hudson County Correctional Center; and Sally Pillay, First Friends Program Director. LORNA HENKEL PHOTO
December 6, 2016
More than 2,000 asylum seekers and immigrants are being detained in jails and correction centers in northern New Jersey. Many of them are alone and...
Children at the Success for All after school program in Morristown, a 2016 Alleluia Fund partner. BRUCE PARKER PHOTO
November 28, 2016
On this international day of giving, Giving Tuesday, I invite you to join me in supporting the Alleluia Fund for Outreach. Thirty-three programs...
Joining Jesus on the Journey
October 14, 2016
The week of July 25-30, 2016, Bishop Mark Beckwith and members of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark completed an ambitious, modern-day pilgrimage: they...
Joining Jesus on the Journey
July 11, 2016
During the six days of July 25-30, a number of people will join Bishop Beckwith in walking across our entire diocese, from the Delaware River that...
John preparing for Bible study.
May 3, 2016
“I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.” Every Wednesday...
Saul at Amherst College graduation. PHOTO COURTESY PATHWAYS TO COLLEGE
April 19, 2016
Active in Newark since 1991, Pathways to College is a national organization providing underserved students with the support they need to become the...

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