10:00 am Worship Service for all ages with Nursery Care, and pew activity materials for young children; Sunday School for children and youthbegins after the message.PCUSA Logo

  • 11:15 Refreshments
  • 11:30 - 12:15 Adult Forum
  • 1961 Raritan Road
  • Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
  • 908.232.5678

       Upcoming Events 

 Sunday, May 22 
Retirement Celebration for Marilyn Thorne

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Organist at Willow Grove Presbyterian Church
Honoring 62 years of Music Ministry

10:00 am Music Sunday Worship Service
Featuring Marilyn playing the organ and other special music
11:30 am Luncheon following worship in Ryno Hall
Program and Presentation of Gifts

Please RSVP to church office for the luncheon by May 19.
908-232-5678     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sunday Adult Forums
11:30—12:15 am
Living Well, Dying Well, Preventing Suicide

May 1 We will discuss the book Being Mortal: Illness, Medicine, and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande. We will look at the modern experience of mortality, how medicine has changed this, and important conversations to have with your family.

May 8 Leaving a Legacy and Planning Your Funeral—What do you want your family and friends to remember about you, your faith, and your deepest values?

May 15 Talking about Suicide—Prevention, Resources and Hope—Danielle Hale will share some of her journey and plans to participate in the fundraiser ‘Out of the Darkness’ on June 4 in NYC. We will learn about warning signs, strategies to help someone, and faith resources for help and hope. There are sponsor sheets for Danielle at the church.

Serving Our Neighbors

Willow Grove Church serves our neighbors near and far who are suffering from homelessness and hunger by working through the following organizations:

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Family Promise Union County enables homeless families to take the necessary steps toward lasting independence.


Community Food Bank of New Jersey fills the emptiness caused by hunger with FOOD, HELP, and HOPE.ndependence.


Heifer International empowers families to turn hunger and poverty into hope and prosperity by bringing sustainable agriculture and commerce to areas with a long history of poverty. Their animals provide partners with both food and reliable income.


Alcoholics Anonymous
Meets at Willow Grove on Thursdays, 8pm

Job Search Work Team

Job Search Work TeamEvery Tuesday at 9:30 am in Kiep Lounge

Information, strategies and support for people seeking jobs or in transition.
For more information, contact Tony Calabrese at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Our Mission

With God guiding us, we are called to be an intergenerational Christian community helping people:

WORSHIP God in ways that creatively engage people's hearts and minds

SHARE the story of God's love in Christ with children, young people, and adults

GROW in relationship with God and friends, both those we know & those we don’t know yet

SERVE neighbors near and far suffering from homelessness and hunger

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