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Celebrating our 10th Year!

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Lent 2019 Social Justice Sundays

March 10th        Racism                Linda Caldwell Epps, PhD

10:00 am 65 Newton Sparta Road, Newton NJ 07860

Linda Epps founded 1804 Consultants to advance educational and cultural organizations. She brings to clients more than 40 years of experience working with educational and cultural institutions, including the New Jersey Historical Society, a statewide museum, library, and educational facility, where she served as President and CEO, and New Jersey Network Television and Radio where she served as Vice President for Institutional Relations.

She held various positions at Bloomfield College, including Vice President for College Relations, Vice President for Student Affairs, and Dean of Students. Linda has earned the Most Distinguished Alumnae Award from Seton Hall University and induction into the Douglass Society, the highest honor accorded to Douglass College graduates. She has also served as a Ford Foundation-funded consultant to several institutions of higher learning. Linda holds a Bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University’s Douglass College, a Master’s degree in American Studies from Seton Hall University, and a Ph.D. from Drew University.

March 17th                  Food Insecurity Marie Hogarty

10:00 am 65 Newton Sparta Road, Newton NJ 07860

March 23rd          Restorative Justice Dianna Morrison

5:00 pm 936 Homestead Drive, Newton, NJ 07860

March 31st         Joining our friends at Sparta Methodist Church

10:30 am 71 S. Sparta Ave, Sparta Township, NJ 07871

April 7th              Disabilities Alice O’Rourke

10:00 am 65 Newton Sparta Road, Newton NJ 07860

April 14th           Gun Violence Mike Corso

Palm Sunday

10:00 am 65 Newton Sparta Road, Newton NJ 07860

What we’re about…

We are  a welcoming, inclusive community practicing the discipleship of equals found in early church communities. All gifts are honored and all gifts are offered in service to the People of God. In each of our lives, we seek to bring the joy, light, compassion and peace of Christ to those around us, especially to those most in need.

Our liturgies serve as an alternative to the regular celebration of Mass experienced in most parishes.  Please Join us!  Come and See!

Mass is celebrated every Sunday at 10am, at The Center, 65 Newton Sparta Road, Newton, NJ.

On the second Sunday of the month we celebrate at 4:30 pm at St Mark’s Lutheran Church, 100 Harter Road, Morristown, NJ.