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      Annual Congregational Meeting -- Sunday January 25th

      Please join us for our annual congregational meeting to be held Sunday January 25th immediately following worship.

      The Ruth Circle will again be selling barbeque sandwiches on a Kaiser roll, pickle, chips and a drink for $6.00.  Pints of bbq sauce will be sold for $5.00.  Extra sandwiches are $4.00.  Of course if you would like to bring your own brown bag lunch please feel free to do so.

      Posted on Jan 16, 2015

      Newark Empowerment Center needs your help

      Who:   To Benefit the Newark Empowerment Center

      What: HEART OF NEWARK CONCERT - Featuring Mike Arenson and Friends

      Where: UUFN - 420 Willa Road, Newark

      When: Saturday, February 7, 2015 - 7-10pm

      Cost:  $15. Tickets are available on Eventbrite at


      An Evening of Music and Dancing for all ages, a range of food and beverages both alcoholic and non alcoholic will be available for a nominal donation. Child care will be available for a small donation.

      Planned for just before Valentine's Day as a fun way to warm up and share some good times with friends and family. It's the perfect way to express your love for Newark Residents who might need some extra tender loving care.

      Additional Information:

      The Newark Empowerment Center is located in space located at the Newark Methodist Church and supports the homeless population of Newark, DE. NEC is managed by Marc Marcus

      NEC co-ordinates "Code Purple" for the Newark, Delaware area.  "Code Purple" nights are called when the forecast is 20 degrees or below. When activated, "Code Purple" in Newark operates from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. in church space provided by eight different Newark faith communities on a rotating basis. Space in most places is limited to one or at most two rooms and can accommodate no more than 25 guests who are homeless.

      Posted on Jan 8, 2015


       Worldwide Marriage Encounter is a dynamic marriage enrichment experience, a unique weekend program where you focus on each other without the distractions of everyday life.  There are no open group discussions and you are not required to disclose any aspect of your marriage to others.  It is a deeply personal experience for each couple that participates.  All you need is a commitment to each other and a willingness to work towards a stronger relationship.  Married couples of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome, including those not currently attending worship. 

       The two of you will be together, away from everyday pressures and distractions.  You will learn new ways of communicating deeply and come away with an enriched understanding of each other.  Restore, renew, and rekindle your marriage as you learn to love, listen, and share more deeply.  Starts Fri. at 7:00 p.m. through Sun. 5:00 p.m.Why not accept the gift of a M.E. weekend?  You deserve it!  The next interfaith Presbyterian/United Methodist Marriage Encounter Weekend will be presented Feb. 20-22, 2015 at the beautiful Vandiver Inn, bed and breakfast, in Havre de Grace, MD.  Spaces are limited, so please register soon.  $25 discount if you apply before Feb. 1st. Registration brochures are available on-line from Al and Dottie Lund (302-478-4209) or Register on-line at

      Posted on Jan 8, 2015

      Code Purple Needs Volunteers

      Code Purple Decoded

      Think of "cold people" when you read or hear the term "code purple". The Code Purple ministry offers cold people, the homeless in our area, supper and an overnight, 6 pm- 6 am, in a safe, warm sanctuary when local weather forecasts predict 20° F or colder overnight. Eight Newark churches participate in Code Purple. As soon as NEC declares a "Code Purple" night, the host churches activates its volunteer staff. At First Presbyterian, volunteer teams serve for an average of 3 hours during "Code Purple" nights.

      The Volunteer Teams:

      • Prepare supper and ready the dining area
      • Set up the sleeping area for the overnight guests
      • Greet guests and explain the rules; monitor behaviours
      • admit late arrivals until 9 pm, when doors are locked
      • stay from midnight to 6 am, in case a guest needs help; this team also prepares breakfast and sees guests out
      • clean up

      Contact Pam Crowe, 738-4794, for more information, or visit

      Posted on Jan 31, 2014
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