we live fully in God's love

and carry God's love into our community.

We seek to worship and grow closer to God as we study the Bible, sing great songs, and pray.

We seek to be Jesus’ hands and feet in the world as we proclaim the Good News of the Gospel through our words and deeds.

And, we seek to nurture relevant, thoughtful, committed disciples, of all ages, in a caring, grace-filled community.

All are welcome!

We are a Covenant Network of Presbyterians, member church! 

Confident in God’s hopeful future and grateful for the ever-widening welcome of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the Covenant Network of Presbyterians seeks an equity still not fully realized for LGBTQIA+ people in church and society, by 

  • Engaging the church to invite all of God’s children into safe and welcoming congregational spaces of affirmation, healing, dignity and purpose; 
  • Educating the church to expand our welcome of LGBTQIA+ people, to affirm their gifts for ordained office, and to uphold marriage equality for all; and
  • Equipping the church to bear witness to justice through advocacy and activism at the international, national and local church levels; speaking a prophetic word in anxious and divided times; and standing with others in fighting hate and oppression against any of God’s children. 

We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA), and a member of the Presbytery of the Highlands of New Jersey.

"In life and in death

we belong to God.

Through the grace

of our Lord Jesus Christ,

the love of God,

and the communion of the Holy Spirit,

we trust in the one triune God,

the Holy One of Israel,

whom alone we worship and serve.

We trust in Jesus Christ,

Fully human, fully God.

Jesus proclaimed the reign of God:

preaching good news to the poor

and release to the captives,

teaching by word and deed

and blessing the children,

healing the sick

and binding up the brokenhearted,

eating with outcasts,

forgiving sinners,

and calling all to repent and believe the gospel."

-A Brief Statement of Faith (1983), one of the confessions of the Presbyterian Church (USA) found in the Book of Confessions, part one of the Constitution of the PC(USA).