Christmas Eve Worship – 4:30p and 6:00p
PRAY, PLEDGE, AND SERVE – 2022
Jackson Church is committed to helping people grow in their relationship with God. One way we do that is offering opportunities for individuals and families to pledge to grow spiritually; make a difference in our community; and serve the under-privillaged. Jackson Church sincerely appreciates all the prayers, donations, and commitments to the ministry of Jesus Christ! Let’s pledge towards 2022 so we deepen our relationship with God and can do even more ministry in Jackson and around the world as we continue to love as we have been loved by God and make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Click this link to access the Stewardship Campaign 2022 form.
A LIVING NATIVITY – Saturday December 11 at 7pm
Jackson Church’s Christmas Card to the community. This is an outdoor, live, and in-person re-telling of the Christmas story with narration, carol singing, and live animals. Retold and acted by several members of the Christian Friends Forever (or CFF). This is a group of adults and older teens with cognitive and other disabilities grow in faith and friendship through music, skits, activities, and videos. Meetings take place on the first two Mondays of every month from 7 to 8:30 pm.
CHRISTMAS GIVING TREE – starts Nov. 21st and all gifts are due by Dec. 12th wrapped
The Christmas Giving Tree is an annual outreach event. Each year we have a giving tree for children in need and children of families referred to us. The children are referred to us by Anchor House Shelter and families in the community who call us seeking help. We provide a Christmas gift for each child. If you feel you can purchase a gift for one or more child in need, please use the link to Sign up Genius or stop by the church on Sunday and select a child to help from our list. Sign Up Genius Link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A054FA9AF2AABF85-christmas
SUNDAY SCHOOL – December 26 and January 2
There will be no Sunday school on December 26th and January 2nd. Worship will be intentionally family friendly.
READ THE BIBLE IN A YEAR – starts January 1st
What a great New Years Resolution! Commit with me and other friends and family to read through the entire building. We will be reading and discussing the reading online and in person on Wednesday nights at 6:30p.
BIBLE STUDY – Wednesday nights from January 12 – February 9
Join in on Wednesday nights from 6:30p – 7:30p and get to know the first five books of the Bible. We will be doing a 5 week overview of Genesis through Deuteronomy.
MEMBERSHIP CLASSES – Sundays following worship until 12p on January 23, 30, and February 6
COFFEE WITH THE PASTOR – Sunday following worship on January 16
Just a casual time of discussion. Get a coffee a snack and come join the discussion with Pastor Joe.
ONGOING EVENTS, PROGRAMS, AND CLASSES
ADULT BIBLE STUDY
Tuesdays from 6:30p -8p Adult Bible Study will be studying the book of Mark. This class will begin offered only Zoom and not in-person at the church.
CFF – Christian Friends Forever (Special Needs Ministry)
1st and 2nd Mondays of each month.
Every Sunday from 10a-11a for Nursery – 8th grade.
Volunteer to help with Sunday School
Make a difference in the life of a child! God might be calling you to be a teach or assistant, we are always looking for a volunteers. The curriculum is easy to teach and provided. Commit to pray for the children and teachers of Sunday School.
MEN’S FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST
Every Wednesday morning at 8a at the Mug Rack.
WOMEN”S PRAYER AND BOOK STUDY
Wednesday morning at 9:30a on Zoom only.
WORSHIP TEAM REHEARSALS
Sundays following worship at 11:00a
If you like to play an instrument, sing, or want to learn come out and check out our new format and leader, Eric Drew.
MISSIONS, VOLUNTEERING, AND SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
We are partnering with AMVETS to collect clothing and raise funds. The bin is located in the back of our parking lot. Acceptable items include: all types of clothing, adult or children’s, bedding, draperies, curtains, linens, and books. All donations are to be placed in the bin, please do not leave anything outside the bin.
We keep a small supply of emergency non-perishable food items for anyone in need. At the present time we need pasta sauce, cheerios, corn flakes, canned green beans, carrots, corn, Jello, coffee, tomato soup, grape jelly, mustard, mayonnaise, canola oil, cake mix, and pancake syrup. All contributions are appreciated. Anyone in need please call the church office.
Do you want to serve in an area that makes a lasting difference on someone’s life and the life of our community? We are looking for people with a heart for service to help with our Sunday School and on Sunday mornings during worship. Also we are looking for caring people to help with our Grief Share Program, as well as, checking in on some of our members who are not able to get out to church. Email Pastor Joe at [email protected] if you are interested.
DeBows Food Pantry
By appointment only — call 732-928-4475 in advance
Due to the changes in CDC guidance and NJ regulations based on science and the vaccination rate, our procedures at church continue to change. For more information found here.