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Census data also make sure we receive equal representation in Congress, and fair
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Self-respond today - we’re counting on you!
Do you want to help protect what the Lord has created for us? You can help prevent over 40,000 bags and other film plastics from going in the landfill and our waterways by supporting the CNRC plastic grocery bag/plastic film collection initiative. Plastic bags and plastic film of all kinds are not permitted in curb side recycling, but we have a solution! Working together, our church and Trex Decking will form a unique partnership for a valuable up-cycling opportunity to turn what would be garbage into durable decking material.
Please save your clean, dry, single-use plastic bags and plastic film and encourage your family and friends to join the effort. CLICK HERE for the list of items that can be recycled through this program. Help us collect 500 lbs. and Trex will award us a park bench for our church campus, just for doing the right thing!
Contactless drop-off of the plastic that you have collected:
- Check back for the August collection date!
For more information, contact the church office. AND REMEMBER, EVEN WHEN THIS PROGRAM IS OVER, CONTINUE TO RECYCLE YOUR BAGS/PLASTIC FILM - MOST GROCERY STORES HAVE COLLECTION BINS!
Reuse, Reduce, Recycle!
Our Wednesday Night Preaching and Prayer service is held inside, in the sactuary, every other Wednesday throughout the summer at 6:30 p.m. Check the weekly announcements to see which Wednesday is a service Wednesday. Please enter through the Route 537 entrance (unless your mobility is limited) and exit
through the ramped door. Masks are required and please practice social
distancing. At this time, reservations are not required.
211 HELPLINE a free, confidential referral and information
helpline and website that connects people of all ages and from
all communities to the essential health and human services they
need, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 211 can be accessed by phone or
211 works a bit like 911. Calls to 211 are routed by the local telephone company
to a local or regional calling center. The 211 center’s referral specialists receive
requests from callers, access databases of resources available from private and
public health and human service agencies, match the callers’ needs to available
resources, and link or refer them directly to an agency or organization that can
Types of Referrals Offered by 211
• Basic Human Needs Resources – including food and clothing banks,
shelters, rent assistance, and utility assistance.
• Physical and Mental Health Resources – including health insurance
programs, Medicaid and Medicare, maternal health resources, health
insurance programs for children, medical information lines, crisis intervention
services, support groups, counseling, and drug and alcohol intervention and
• Work Support – including financial assistance, job training, transportation
assistance and education programs.
• Access to Services in Non-English Languages – including language
translation and interpretation services to help non-English-speaking people
find public resources (Foreign language services vary by location.)
• Support for Older Americans and Persons with Disabilities – including
adult day care, community meals, respite care, home health care,
transportation and homemaker services.
• Children, Youth and Family Support – including childcare, after-school
programs, educational programs for low-income families, family resource
centers, summer camps and recreation programs, mentoring, tutoring and
• Suicide Prevention – referral to suicide prevention help organizations.
A MESSAGE FROM CAREGIVER VOLUNTEERS OF CENTRAL JERSEY (CVCJ)
We have missed each one of you so very much and look forward to being with you
again soon. While face-to-face services are temporarily suspended, our staff
continues to work remotely to contact all our senior clients and families to ensure
their safety, reduce social isolation, reduce food insecurity, and provide them with
resources through our community partners. We continue to respond to support
requests on a daily basis.
Over the next few weeks we will be rolling out our “contactless grocery shopping
services”, roundtrip medical transportation and an increased level of friendly and
reassuring phone calls. We have initiated “on-line training” for all volunteers who
can help us achieve our mission in this new environment to keep safe our
volunteers, our clients, and those with whom we come in contact. Our schedule of
on-line training is on our website. To register, please send a message to
email@example.com and we will send you the meeting ID number
and password. You can also call us at 732-505-2273.
As we regain and add volunteers we will resume our traditional services (pet
therapy, respite and friendly visiting, Alzheimer and dementia care) and be able to
extend our services to additional seniors needing our assistance.
While the “shape” of our services may change, we assure you of our commitment
to honor and serve our senior community.
We ask God’s blessings on all of you and prayers to keep you safe!
Link to our ongoing meetings and items on our "BE CONNECTED" page.
- Daily Prayer, Monday through Friday, 9:15 a.m. Via Zoom.
- Livestreamed worship service, Sundays at 9:15 a.m.
- Coffee Break Bible Study, Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. via Zoom.
- Evening Bible Study, Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom
- Search "Colts Neck Reformed Church" and you will find us. "Like" our page and you will be notified when we go live or when we add a new post. On this page, we livestream our Sunday services, we post church updates, daily devotions, and "Moments with Scott" videos. Invite your friends and family to "like" our page!
- Search "Colts Neck Reformed Church" and you will find us. Click on the "SUBSCRIBE" button to add us to your list of channels. We livestream our Sunday services to this channel, we post "Moments with Scott" videos, and any other videos that we create for the congregation. If you click on the little notification bell icon and select "ALL", you will receive notifications when new content is added.
- Reverend Scott Brown has an Instagram page. Search for revscottbrown and click the "Follow" button to see his posts.
- We have a hashtag! #CNRCATHOME represents the unity of our church family - we are in this together; church at home for now. We even have a #CNRCATHOME Facebook frame that you can add to your Facebook profile picture. If you share anything from our social media pages, you should add #cnrcathome to your post; if you add something to your own social media accounts that pertain to CNRC you can also add #cnrcathome - this way we can all see who's in it together with us!