Since May 2014, Covenant Chapel has partnered with Feeding Hands, a Christian, private, non-profit organization that provides food each month to veterans, the working poor, persons with disabilities, seniors and the unemployed in our community.
The pantry is open at Emmanual Church in Somerville, NJ, every Tuesday, from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, and 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Volunteers from area churches participate in this weekly ministry. Please visit feedinghandspantry.org or call (908) 397-6452…
• To obtain more information about this ministry
• To learn about volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups
• To find out how to donate non-perishable items
Covenant also supports many missions and service throughout the world that the Reformed Episcopal Church Board of Foreign Missions recommends. For more information, please visit the REC Board of Foreign Missions.
In the fall of 2012, Hurricane Sandy brutally destroyed many homes and businesses in the New York/New Jersey area. Our former Rector, Rev. Greg Miller, together with members of Covenant Chapel REC, traveled to Staten Island, New York, over several months to help rebuild the devastated home of a widow who was forced to live out of a garbage bag after this disastrous storm. Thanks to the Anglican Relief and Development Fund, the love of Christ was demonstrated in a lasting way to those left emotionally, physically, and financially overwhelmed by the personal consequences of this tragedy. Read more on ARDF's site here.