A special evening with….. Mrs. Medy Dagmil-Narciso Save the date… Wednesday September 20th ABWNJ sponsored event….. Mrs. Medy Dagmil-Narciso is the wife of Rev. Dr. Jerson Narciso, general secretary of the Convention of Philippine Baptist Churches.. Program: Covered dish dinner at 5:30p Speaker at 7pm Address: Memorial Baptist Church of Yardville 17 Highland Ave Yardville, NJ 08620 (609) 585-5296 RSVP Please click here to download the event’s flyer (pdf). Please call Memorial Baptist Church of Yardville at (609) 585-5296 for more information.
Category Archives: Women in NJ
State Project: Supporting Seira Stitch by Stitch The goal of Supporting Seira Stitch-by-Stitch (or the 4S project) is to raise funds to purchase sewing machines for each of the 11 churches of the Seira Community Church of Rwanda. These churches are in predominantly poor rural villages without running water, some with no electricity or minimal at best. Unemployment runs high as well as hunger, AIDS, and parasitic illnesses. However, the women have a dream… To raise money in their
LITTLE HATS, BIG HEARTS ABW Ministries of NJ Conference Project for 2017 Our conference project for 2017 will be RED Baby hats to donate to the NJ American Heart Association for their annual “Little Hats, Big Hearts” program, In February each year the Association gives new moms all over New Jersey a small gift as they start their parenthood journey, Included is a RED baby hat, along with information including tips on raising a healthy family, ways mom
ABCNJ welcomes Debbie Mulneix, American Baptist International missionary serving in the Philippines in support of the anti-human-trafficking work of Samaritana Transformation Ministries in Manila, the Philippines. Debbie also has a relationship with the Convention of Philippine Baptist Churches. Debbie will share with us the outreach program and other news of the Philippine missions on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at Central Baptist Church. Refreshments will be served. Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Time: 7:00 pm Place: Central Baptist Church, 37 S.
Brian and Lynette Smith of Meadville, Pennsylvania, have been endorsed to serve as missionaries in Haiti through American Baptist International Ministries (IM). They will work in partnership with the Haitian Baptist Convention. Brian, well-versed in construction and the manager of a flooring enterprise in Meadville, will work with both local and visiting mission teams in building and maintenance projects for the Cap Haitien Eye Center, the Christian University of Northern Haiti and the Convention Hospital. Lynette, a doula
The 2016 American Baptist Women of NJ Annual Conference was held from June 2, 2016 to June 4, 2016 at Harvey Cedars, NJ. The keynote speaker, Rev. Liz Congdon of First Baptist Church of Trenton delivered a message titled “See… Hope, Faith and Destiny in (a few of the) Women in the Bible“, expounding on the lives of these women and on how their faith journeys can impact our faith journeys in the 21st century. The Slides from Rev.
We welcome 7th to 12th grade girls to come on Saturday and enjoy their own program at the ABW NJ Conference in June. This year we are offering a special discount to those who stay with the group as chaperones (and do not attend ABW events). See the registration form for details. Girls will be required to submit a parent/guardian consent form which can be obtained by contacting Joan Moyer.
This year at the ABW NJ Conference, young women will have a new gathering on Saturday. Young women age 18 to 30 will have a high energy, fun and spirit filled event of their own during the conference. Want to stay overnight? Simply follow the accommodation instruction and complete a registration form.
We are collecting new pairs of men’s and women’s socks to be donated to the homeless through various statewide agencies. Please bring your donations to the ABW NJ Conference in June.
We will be assisting the Long Beach Island Area Food Bank by bringing canned goods for them to distribute to the needy. Please remember to bring your donations to the ABW NJ Conference in June.