First Presbyterian Church (FPC) of Cranford will hold a Mission Fair on Sunday, Oct. 6 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., in Bates Hall. This event is open to the general public.
The Mission Team of First Presbyterian has invited many of groups to display information that highlights the church’s work in the world. Also represented will be many outside organizations from Cranford and beyond that are supported by the congregation with time, talent and treasure.
Representatives are invited from: Agape Community Kitchen, Center for Hope Hospice, Community FoodBank of NJ, Contact We Care, Cranford-Elmora Soup Kitchen, Cranford Family Care, Cranford First Aid Squad, Cranford Clergy Council-(Human Relations Scholarship), Elizabeth Coalition for the Homeless, Elizabethport Presbyterian Center, FISH, Furniture Assist, Greater Plainfield Habitat for Humanity, HomeFirst, The Instute of Music for Children, Journey To Wholeness Grief Recovery, Knitting for Needs, PC USA Missions: Big Hearted Grannies (Romania) & Nadia Ayoub (Ukraine), Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, Project Graduation Cranford, Project Protect, Raphael’s Life House and Restore Ministries. Also, PrimeTime, Helen K. Baldwin Nursery School, Girl Scout Troop 40362, Boy Scout Troop 80 & Pack 103.
The Mission Fair begins after worship service, which begins at 10 a.m. on Oct. 6, is Peacemaking Sunday; the guest preacher will be Rev. Cheryl Galen, the new Transitional Leader for the Presbytery of Elizabeth. All are invited.