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Pillar of Fire Gets Green Light for $10 Million Building Project

Pillar of Fire Gets Green Light for $10 Million Building Project

Preparatory work on the Pillar of Fire’s nearly 50,000-square-foot multipurpose building is underway, with church officials looking to December 2014 for its completion. The township’s building department gave the project its final approvals on Sept. 25, and workers almost immediately began erecting a silt fence along the property, which borders Weston Canal Road. “We called […]

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Church Wants Permanent Home at Cedar Grove Lane and Como Drive

Church Wants Permanent Home at Cedar Grove Lane and Como Drive

UPDATE: The Sept. 19 zoning board meeting was cancelled, the Tabernacle Church hearing has been rescheduled for the Oct. 17 meeting. An Edison-based congregation wants to build a church at Cedar Grove Lane and Como Drive, but its Zoning Board of Adjustment application has raised concerns among township and county officials. The application filed by […]

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Church Entrepreneur, Debt Management Ministries Plan Networking Party

The Entrepreneur and dfree ministries of First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens are holding a networking  party from 6:30-8 p.m. Sept. 10 at the church, 771 Somerset St. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the church’s C.H. Brown Jr. Memorial Fellowship Hall. “dfree” is a “First Baptist […]

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North Brunswick Church Refurbishes School Garden as it Prepares Somerset Services

North Brunswick Church Refurbishes School Garden as it Prepares Somerset Services

Volunteers from the Point Community Church of North Brunswick spent three days of their summer fixing up the garden at Pine Grove Manor School on Highland Avenue. The work was seen by church leaders as a way of introducing themselves to the community in advance of them founding a new congregation in Somerset. The work […]

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