…And the cooking pots in the house of the Lord shall be as holy as the bowls in front of the altar, and every cooking pot in Jerusalem and Judah shall be holy to the Lord of hosts…

– Zechariah 14:20b-21a

  • Trustee News

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    More Details About the New Westminster Hall Kitchen

    by Dave Gibbons

    The design of the kitchen renovation considered feedback from many different sources, including Session, the Board of Trustees, Deacons, employees, and the volunteers that regularly use the kitchen before completing the architectural drawings and starting construction. During the solicitation of input, objectives were identified and prioritized. Important objectives included (i) adhering to a financial constraint […]

    Thanks to Leisure Learning Program for Donating New Chairs

    by Gary Ingram

    You might have noticed that the chairs in Westminster Hall and new and much more comfy than before. Thanks to the Leisure Learning program of the Bernards Township Library for donating new folding chairs for Westminster Hall this summer. The chairs cost over $5000. (Leisure Learning holds their programs in Westminster Hall.) The Trustees recently […]

    From the Trustees: Preparing for the Future – A Historic Preservation Plan

    by Bill Emmitt

    Our September History Highlight centers on the continuous need for our leaders to envision and prepare the way for the many generations to come.  It is timely then that Session has recently approved the Trustees recommendation to engage the firm of Connolly & Hickey Historical Architects to create a plan detailing how best to care […]

    Update from Trustees: Sanctuary Windows

    by Gary Ingram

    From the Trustees… As BRPC prepares to celebrate its 300th year, we as a church community are committed to honoring our past as we look forward to what lies ahead. Trustees have been hard at work in their role as caretakers of our property, focusing on two historical elements that are showing signs of old […]

    Update from the Trustees: Oak Tree Update

    by Gary Ingram

    From the Trustees… As many of you have noticed, our Oak Tree has suffered greatly from the heat and storms of the last month. Although extensive testing has been conducted over the past few months, the conclusion of our team of experts has been that the soil around the tree has sufficient nutrients for the […]