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Somerset Presbyterian Church Sets Spring Flea Market Date

Somerset Presbyterian Church Sets Spring Flea Market Date

Somerset Presbyterian Church will hold its annual Spring Flea Market from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. May 5 on the church’s front lawn, 100 John F. Kennedy Blvd. There is no rain date. Spaces are available at $20 each, and are assigned on a “first-paid” basis. If needed, table rentals are available at $10 each. […]

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True 2 Life Ministries Starts ‘Circle Of Life’ Fund-Raising Effort

True 2 Life Ministries Starts ‘Circle Of Life’ Fund-Raising Effort

True 2 Life Ministries, based out of 121 Victor Street, has started a fund-raising drive to help it continue its good works in the community. The Franklin Reporter & Advocate sat down with the ministry’s founder, Pastor Thomas Lewis, for a live-streamed interview about the project, which is called the Circle of Life. We also […]

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Masjid-E-Ali Celebrates Birthday Of Muhammad’s Successor

Masjid-E-Ali Celebrates Birthday Of Muhammad’s Successor

March 31 was the 1,419th birthday of the man Shia Muslims consider to be the divinely appointed successor to their prophet Muhammad. To mark the occasion, members of the Masjid-e-Ali mosque on Cedar Grove Lane held a celebration, punctuated by a lecture, prayers and, as is usual with an Islamic celebration, dinner. The person at […]

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FR&A Video: Township Baha’i Celebrate New Year With Traditional ‘Table Of Seven Dishes’

FR&A Video: Township Baha’i Celebrate New Year With Traditional ‘Table Of Seven Dishes’

The Franklin Reporter & Advocate was among the guests March 25 at the home of Dr. Ron Poustchi and his family. Poustchi is chairman of the Baha’i Group of Franklin Township. The event was the celebration of Nowruz, the traditional Persian and Baha’i New Year. Nowruz, which translated means “New Day,” is marked by the […]

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Hundreds Receive St. Matthias’ ‘Drive-Thru Ashes’ On Ash Wednesday

Hundreds Receive St. Matthias’ ‘Drive-Thru Ashes’ On Ash Wednesday

By PJ Parker. Feb. 14 marked not only the traditional Valentine’s Day this year, but also Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the Christian holy season of Lent. This Ash Wed, St. Matthias Roman Catholic Church on John F. Kennedy Boulevard, under the direction of Fr. Doug Haefner, joined many Catholic parishes in offering “drive thru […]

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St. Matthias Church Offers ‘Drive-Thru Ashes’ For Ash Wednesday

St. Matthias Church Offers ‘Drive-Thru Ashes’ For Ash Wednesday

The Catholic Community of St. Matthias, 168 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, will offer “Drive-thru Ashes” from 4-5 p.m. Ash Wednesday, Feb. 14. The church will also celebrate Mass at 7 a.m., 12:10 p.m., and 7:30 p.m., and hold a prayer service at 5:30 p.m., according to a press release from the church. The masses will […]

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Updated: True-2-Life Ministries Seeks Donations For Christmas Dinners, Gifts

Updated: True-2-Life Ministries Seeks Donations For Christmas Dinners, Gifts

Continuing and adding to a tradition begun two Thanksgivings ago, members of a Victor Street church have chosen seven local families to whom they will bring some Christmas joy. True-2-Life Ministries will serve the seven families a traditional Christmas dinner, and distribute gifts to their children, said the church’s Pastor Thomas Lewis. The party will […]

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Beginning Of Hanukkah Celebrated In Franklin

Beginning Of Hanukkah Celebrated In Franklin

The beginning of Hanukkah was celebrated in Franklin during the week with events at a temple and a local supermarket. On Dec. 12, Temple Beth El held its annual menorah lighting celebration, which featured a display of menorahs owned by the temple’s congregants. And on Dec. 14, Hillsborough-based Chabad Center for Jewish Life brought its […]

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Video Story: Community Fellowship Mass Choir Holds Benefit Concert For Ugandan Church

Video Story: Community Fellowship Mass Choir Holds Benefit Concert For Ugandan Church

A Ugandan church ministry was the beneficiary of a Dec. 10 concert by the Community Fellowship Mass Choir at Rutgers Community Church on Cedar Grove Lane. The benefit concert also featured performances by the 5 Loaves & 2 Fish Orchestra, and solos by Lenore Davis and the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir’s Pam Pettway. The concert was […]

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‘Living Nativity’ Returns To Middlebush Reformed Church

‘Living Nativity’ Returns To Middlebush Reformed Church

Middlebush Reformed Church held the first day of its 14th annual Living Nativity on Dec. 8. The event – in which visitors are led around a path through the park across from the church and stop at stations where the story of Christmas is told – is scheduled to continue on Dec. 9, from 6-9 […]

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