METUCHEN, NEW JERSEY (AUGUST 15, 2017) – Thanks to the First Presbyterian Church (“FPC”) of Metuchen home cooking never tasted so good – especially when it is free.
FPC is holding its Free Community Dinner on Sunday, September 10th at 5 p.m. at its Social Center, which is located at 270 Woodbridge Avenue, Metuchen, New Jersey, right next to the FPC church building.
No reservations are required to attend the dinners. FPC has extended an invitation to everyone and welcomes anyone interested in a free home cooked dinner and/or some fellowship at dinner.
“We are once again delighted to give back to our community by providing a delicious free home cooked dinner to anyone who would like to come,” said Rev. Ellen Clark Clémot, Senior Pastor of FPC. “Part of FPC’s ministry is to serve and support our community, knowing by faith that God has granted us all we need to serve faithfully. We seek to obey Jesus’ command to love our neighbors as we love ourselves.”
About First Presbyterian Church of Metuchen
Since 1717, the people of the historic, central New Jersey community of Metuchen have gathered in the name of Christ our Lord to serve and worship God at the First Presbyterian Church of Metuchen. Church members remain united by Jesus Christ, whom they confess as Savior and Redeemer of all creation. Heeding His compassionate ministry to a world filled with despair, sadness, grief, conflicts and fear, FPC strives to witness to the love of God in word and deed. Because we confess that we have received the grace and peace of God through Jesus Christ, FPC joyfully commits to the ministries of mission, outreach and fellowship. Visit fpcweb.org or attend FPC’s church services which are held every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. FPC is located at 270 Woodbridge Avenue, Metuchen, New Jersey. Contact FPC’s offices at (732) 491-2300 or like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/FPCMetuchen/.