Category Archives: Cornerstone Community Kitchen

Cornerstone Kitchen: New Year’s Eve @ 1 pm

West Windsor Plainsboro News, the biweekly paper, celebrated Cornerstone Community Kitchen volunteers Annette Ransom (left in this WWP photo), Judy Miller (on the right) and Chris Orsini (pictured below, in action, wrapping take-home meals). In the article, published on December 19 and distributed … Continue reading

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Cornerstone Kitchen on Christmas Eve

Cornerstone Community Kitchen celebrates its third Christmas, its first in the new Fellowship Hall. We serve every Wednesday, no matter what ! But on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve the meal will be 1 to 2:30 p.m. (instead of … Continue reading

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Meeting Needs: Bentley Community Services

Dorothy Sterns-Holmes and Brant Holmes of Bentley Community Services have been providing fresh produce, frozen meats, and desserts for Cornerstone Community Kitchen for more than a year –and  now we can hear them speak at the UMM-sponsored breakfast this Sunday, October … Continue reading

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The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship

We welcome this post by Jeanette Timmons, who wrote it for the newsletter of the Jewish Center of Princeton, and we celebrate the cooperation and support between the congregations: The Jewish Center has offered support to the Cornerstone Community Kitchen, an … Continue reading

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Step Right Up and Spin the Wheel

Though it was 100 degrees in the shade, PUMC’s Growth Committee took its message “Help Us to Help Others” to the Princeton Regional Chamber’s “Plaza Palooza” networking event on July 16. From 4 to 7 p.m. at the Princeton Public … Continue reading

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Cornerstone Community Kitchen: One Year Old

Just inside the doors of Princeton United Methodist Church, on a recent Wednesday, geraniums decorated the red-and-white covered tables, and napkins were tied with matching red ribbons. A dozen volunteers donned aprons and disposable gloves, ready to serve at Cornerstone Community Kitchen, When Emma … Continue reading

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TASK’s Dennis Micai: Good Report Card

Originally posted on Princeton Comment.  The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) gets four stars on the report card provided by  Charity Navigator; it earns 69.13 points out of 70. So Dennis Micai, executive director of TASK, will be able to share that good news at … Continue reading

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Peter Brown: The Church as “Social Urban Lung”

Originally posted on Princeton Comment. Diversity is much prized by some Christian congregations, but in recent history it hasn’t always been this way. Churches have been historically the most segregated, divisive groups in America. But in Rome in the period … Continue reading

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Princeton’s Good Samaritans Nurtured Community After Superstorm Sandy

Written by Sarah Harris, Barbara Fox, and Robin Birkel Hurricane Sandy caused havoc in New Jersey. Princetonians suffered downed trees, road closures, power outages, school and business closures, sporadic cell service, and no Comcast or FiOS phone service. Princeton has … Continue reading

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