Category Archives: Cornerstone Community Kitchen

Clothing Closet: Princeton Cornerstone Community Kitchen

Q&A with Judy Miller, manager of the Clothing Store at Princeton Cornerstone Community Kitchen, where she is also a board member. She arranges the table decor for each Wednesday meal, and she distributes clothing and other needed items during CCK … Continue reading

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Princeton Cornerstone Community Kitchen: Princeton Period

Founded in 2012 as a non-sectarian ministry of the Princeton United Methodist Church, Princeton Cornerstone Community Kitchen has provided more than 25,000 meals to our guests at our free weekly no-questions-asked dinners. A new, pioneering program – PrincetonPeriod.org – has … Continue reading

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Mission Project for Sunday School

Sunday School students will work on a mission project to support people in the local Princeton area. We will prepare Hygiene Kits that will be distributed to people who visit Cornerstone Community Kitchen. The Cornerstone Community Kitchen (CCK) offers a free and nutritious … Continue reading

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Some come for the food, some for the fellowship

Cornerstone Community Kitchen served 130 meals on china plates this week; founded in 2012, it is in it’s fifth year. In addition to nutritious meals CCK now offers a clothing closet, art classes, and English as a Second Language lessons. … Continue reading

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Four years, 408 meals: Cornerstone Community Kitchen

  For the complete photo album of the CCK picnic click here. To volunteer — here is information. Thanks to everyone for their commitment!

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Represent Christ in the Marketplace

Because PUMC belongs to the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce, church members get discounts on events like those held by the Young Professionals Group, Women in Business Alliance, Technology Business Alliance, and Independent Business Alliance. This month Debra Vizzi speaks … Continue reading

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Mitten Tree: Donate Warmth

Among the many beautiful trees around the church (thank you, John and Robbie Vaccaro!) is the mitten and hat tree in the Sanford Davis Room. Doris Pope used to hold the record of the most hats knitted for this tree. … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Week: Cornerstone Kitchen and Interfaith Service

The Cornerstone Community Kitchen (CCK) offers a free and nutritious meal every week, even on holidays. Volunteers from the community serve the meal from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. The meal time on Wednesday, November 25 is at noon.  In partnership … Continue reading

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Third Anniversary for PCCK

Here is a link to the article in the Princeton Sun about the third anniversary of Princeton Cornerstone Community Kitchen, and the Sun used this photo, with Chris Cox and a university volunteer. Who remembers July 4, 2012 when — because … Continue reading

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Getting our fingernails dirty — close to home

These volunteer opportunities refer to organizations on PUMC’s outreach web page — or speakers at a United Methodist Men’s breakfast within the past two years. Each has current volunteer opportunities. The PrincetonUMC blog has live links to the web pages. Boy Scouts … Continue reading

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