Join CIC for an evening of traditional Irish Music featuring DAOINE!
March 10, 2017
Reformed Church of Highland Park
Tickets at the door: $10 Adults; $8 Seniors; $5 Kids; $30 for a family of 4 or more.
Refreshments will available for purchase.
Benefits Churches Improving Communities.
Join NeighborCorps Re-Entry Services for a free screening of the acclaimed documentary 13th, followed by a panel discussion on mass incarceration and race. Panelists include Marshal Roundtree of the National Religious Campaign Against Torture and the American Friends Service Committee; Andrea McChristian of the NJ Institute for Social Justice; and Boris Franklin, playwright, author, poet and motivational speaker.
Sunday, February 12, 2017
All are invited to CIC’s Annual Meeting!
- Wednesday, January 25th
- 7 PM
- At the Reformed Church of Highland Park at 19 South 2nd Avenue in Highland Park, NJ
Download the Annual Meeting Flier Here!
CIC now offers a simple way to learn about or present about our organization and work: The new CIC Presentation in PowerPoint. This 11-slide info-graphic offers an overview on CIC and its impact on the lives of people in central NJ. Click the link above to download your copy today!
Watch a new video interview with April Humes, mental health counselor with Church Based Mental Health Services, that gives a brief overview of the program and where it is operating in central NJ.
Please come to the Friends of the CIC Meeting, 7 PM at the Reformed Church of Highland Park!
Learn about how Churches Improving Communities is transforming lives in central New Jersey by pooling the gifts, time, and talent of Classis churches.
Come to the Annual Friends Meeting to hear from CIC programs about how they are improving lives in communities across central NJ and throughout the RCA. Learn about new initiatives for 2017!
Become a Friend of the CIC! Support CIC by joining the Board of Trustees, volunteering for a program, or by making a donation that will help CIC assist churches and communities throughout the Classis.
Find out how CIC can partner with your church to dream, discern, and create social justice programs that meet the needs of your community and spread God’s love! Meet CIC’s experienced staff who can help you plan a budget, market your program, get donations, apply for grants, and engage volunteers.
The Congregational Engagement Committee connects churches within the Classis to share events, programs, dreams, and experiences with each other at each month’s phone call meeting. We can discuss how CIC can assist your church! All are welcome to join the call and to share how your congregation is bringing God’s love into your community! Conference call at noon, phone # 605-475-4850 code 5897
In October 2016 NeighborCorps staff members registered over 100 people to vote at the Middlesex County Adult Correctional Facility. This effort was coordinated through a partnership between NeighborCorps, the Middlesex County Re-Entry Taskforce, and the Puerto Rican Action Board.