Service is an beloved component of life together at Pascack Reformed. To get involved, see the information under each activity below.
What's your passion?
We are always looking for new ideas and ways to serve the community.
Bring your passions and dreams—let's work on bringing them to life!
The Community Kitchen
Our community kitchen is an eating experience open to the whole community. Those who come are given a beautiful meal and all the hospitality we can offer. Volunteer greeters, waiters, and kitchen staff serve a meal to rich and poor alike. Often, those who are served sign up to become volunteers at a future event! Training is included for the volunteers. We recruit helping hands from the whole Tri-Boro community.
If you would like either to reserve a seat at our next meal or to volunteer call the church office at (201) 391 - 4066 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tri-Boro Food Pantry
For more than 18 years, our church has housed the Tri-Boro Food Pantry. As members of the board, alongside other local churches, pantry volunteers and clients, we help to regularly feed over 80 families in our neighborhoods.
Want to get involved? We’d love that, too! Call the pantry directly at (201) 573 - 9083 or drop by the church for more information.
See the Tri-Boro Food Pantry website for more information.
Feeding the Hungry
We also work with the Family Promise of Bergen County. Once every few months, members of our congregation contribute by cooking and serving a meal to feed the hungry in Hackensack.
Want to help next time or get more information? Call the church office at (201) 391 - 4066!
We serve our community in ways both big and small!
We provide space for Alcoholics Anonymous groups on Monday and Friday nights at 8pm, and on Thursday nights at 7:30pm.
We are a part of the Upper Pascack Valley Clergy Association—a local interfaith group. Once a month, the many religious leaders of the Pascack Valley join together for food, fellowship, support and collaboration on community projects. In the past we have joined congregations at Temple Beth Or for a unity service and celebrated an annual interfaith Thanksgiving.
We provide land for housing for the differently-abled through a program named for a beloved church member—Tom Lehmann. In his time at the church, Tom led a number of youth programs from his wheelchair.
Loving Our Planet
We're going green! We have installed solar panels on both the church parsonage and Fellowship Hall. We also compost.