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10:00 a.m.





Come sit at the Welcome Table!


Whoever you are, wherever you are in your relationship with God 

- believer, questioner, or wrestler - we welcome you! 

We welcome you because you are a blessing,

a precious creation made in God's image.  

As a community that believes in 

putting God's love in human hearts

we strive to love and live together

as Christ loved, lived, and lives with us. 

With open arms, we celebrate the 


that is your presence with us. 


Welcome home!


65 Pascack Road, Park Ridge, NJ   07656 | Phone: 201.391.4066| Fax: 201.505-1735| pascackreformedchurch@verizon.net





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Rejoice in the LORD, you righteous. It is good for the just to sing praises!

Praise the LORD with the harp. Play to God with the psaltery and the lyre.

Sing for God a new song. Sound a fanfare with all your skill upon the trumpet.

For the word of the LORD is right, and all God's works are sure.

God loves righteousness and justice. The loving-kindness of the LORD fills the whole earth.

By the word of the LORD were the heavens made, by the breath of God's mouth all the heavenly hosts.

 - Psalm 33:1-6  

 The heavens shine with Your glory, as You wrap Yourself in human form!


(Adapted from Claiborne, Shane, and Jonathan Hartgrove. Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 2010. Print.) 




Shepherd of Israel and Light of All Nations,
made known in the gifts
of those who call to other names
and walk on different ways:
may unjust powers  
and the hatred within us
be dismayed by your friendship
and dethroned by your love;
through Jesus Christ, the open arms of grace.
(Shakespeare, Steven. Prayers for an Inclusive Church. New York: Church, 2009. Print.) 


A Review 


"But the day has past for bland euphemisms. He who lives with untruth lives in spiritual slavery. Freedom is still the bonus we recieve for knowing the truth. 'Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.'" 

- Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community? by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

(King, Martin Luther. Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? New York: Beacon, 1968. 71. Print.)


This month we celebrate the feast of the Epiphany, when the mission of Christ is revealed to us through the visit of the magi. They offer him gold as a true if most unlikely ruler, frankincense in light of his divinity, and myrrh for his embalming upon death. At this time we commemorate along with the magi the life, ministry, and death of Christ. We celebrate, too, this month, the life, ministry, and death of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - both as a country and as Christians committed to following Christ's call. Read then, this book, this month, which entices us to our own ephipanies, to recognizing and realizing the truths that lie within and without us. In reading Rev. Dr. King's book, we share a need for bringing the gifts of our most honest and open selves to Christ to show the ways in which we truly understand the life, ministry, and death of our Savior. 




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