facebookliveDue to the COVID-19 outbreak, we will be worshipping online every Sunday at 10 am.  You can join us via Facebook Live by clicking the button to the right.  You do not need a Facebook Account in order to join us; simply click “not now” if Facebook asks you to create an account. Please adhere to social distancing recommendations set forth by the CDC, stay home, and wash your hands!  Together we can take precautions to protect the most vulnerable among us.


A congregational note went out a few weeks ago saying the first possible Sunday that we would return to in-person worship is August 2nd.  As a consistory, we wanted to gauge how the congregation is feeling about this potential return date.  Please take a couple of minutes to fill out this survey, so we know how you’re feeling.  This is an important decision, so we’d really appreciate your feedback and thoughts.  You can take the short survey here

PRC Kids are invited to participate in a Virtual Vacation Bible School each Sunday during August.
Space is Limited.


We give money and volunteer time and resources

S.H.I.P. (Samaritan Homeless Interim Program)
 We maintain an on-going collection of canned goods, dried food and personal toiletries which are delivered monthly along with frozen casseroles and desserts from Shop-Rite for SHIP’s mobile soup kitchen.

Food Bank Network of Somerset County
 Peapack Reformed leads Feeding 5000, an annual community food drive in November, and Summer Stock-up, another drive in July.  In August we collect for the Backpack Program, which supplies weekend lunches for school children in need.

Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry at the Bound Brook Reformed Church
 Volunteers from Peapack Reformed regularly help serve Wednesday evening meals at the soup kitchen, and about eight times a year we also plan and cook the dinners. 
In October, we collect coats and other warm clothing to add to the give-away racks in Bound Brook Reformed’s Community House.

Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity
 In addition to supporting Habitat with funds, we have worked on housing sites in Lambertville, Bernardsville and Bridgewater.

United Way of Somerset County
As participants in the Tools 4 Schools program, we load up the collection table with backpacks, school supplies and other student necessities and deliver them to United Reformed Church in Somerville for distribution to school children in need.

Jail Chaplaincy of Somerset County Toy Collection
Youth from Peapack Reformed take the lead in our collection of non-violent toys and books for jail inmates to give as gifts to their children at Christmas.

Hope for Veterans at Lyons VA
Every week a volunteer from PRC picks up frozen unsold baked goods from the local tea shop Cocoluxe for delivery to residents of the transitional housing at the VA facility in Lyons, Bernards Township.

God’s Co-op Pantry
Peapack Reformed has become an active partner, along with other area churches, in supporting this Bernardsville food pantry which serves the local Hispanic community, senior citizens from Ridge Oak and veterans from Lyons.





Our new commercial gas stove, installed in July. Mission and fellowship opportunities abound for feeding God’s children in body and spirit.




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224 Main Street, Gladstone, New Jersey 07934


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