- Church Reopening Document. Please read the steps in place as decisions are made about reopening.
- All non-critical in-person meetings of any size are now canceled. If you need to meet with a pastor or staff member, please contact the church office so that arrangements can be made. For the benefit of everyone, all arranged meetings at the church will be limited to 10 or less, and they will follow standard medical precautions, including social distancing.
- Until we resume in-person services, our Sunday service will be available via Facebook for our 9:30 a.m. service. We will also make the video available on our YouTube channel at 11:10 a.m. Audio portions of the Sermons are also available on Mondays on our church website.
- Sign up for the e-bulletin for updates, and check back here for resources and ways to help.
- COVID-19 Mental Health Help Info
Virtual life together:
During this season of virtual life together, we have canceled events that lie at the core of gospel community: worship services, Sunday school, nursery, the café, Sunday Evening at 6:30. These are real losses. And therefore, in order to compensate, your staff and leaders are adding some initiatives to help you connect meaningfully with God, one another, and the larger church community.
- For everyone: Sunday join us at 9:30 a.m. on our Facebook page for our worship service: music, prayer, Scripture, and a sermon. At 9:30 a.m. and 11:10 a.m., the service is also available on our YouTube channel.
- For everyone: Download the Stone Hill Church App, avaliable from apple and android app stors, free. You will find information, announcements, connections, sermons, services and more!
- Again, for everyone: Our church elders will be reaching out to members in their parishes. If you’re not a church member and want to be included in that elder care, please contact Pastor Jin or the church office.
- For those in small groups: Our small groups will continue, growing closer and deeper during this virtual season. If you want to join a small group, please contact the church office.
- Again for those who want it: a daily newsletter, the Stone Hill Connector, is emailed Monday through Friday. It if full of help, hope and humor for adults, students, youth, and kids.
- Finally, Prayer gatherings are held Monday through Friday at noon! Contact the office for zoom call details, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 609.924.3816.
May God be with us during these days. He is our refuge and our strength; His Son and Spirit are a very present help in these times of trouble.
Additional Virtual Resources
Dwell: Want to listen to God's Word on your phone? Some of our congregants recommend Dwell. Dwell is a free app that you can listen to! If interested, you can get more info and sign up.
RightNow Media: Stone Hill has specially selected selections for everyone on their channel in RightNow Media. In addition to that, there are thousands of resources, studies, encouraging speakers, thought provoking and even funny resources for everyone. Check those out at rightnowmedia.com. Contact the office for a login if you don't already have one.
Getting Help & Helping Others
- PrincetonCovid.org has daily updates, what's open, practical advice, and what to do if you need help. The site is maintained by the Town of Princeton, Community Collaboration of Princeton Public Library, the Municipality of Princeton, and Princeton Public Schools.
- The town of Princeton's Coronavirus Resources page has a list of places you can get food as well as ways companies have offered to assist the community with waived fees, free services, etc.
- Additional resources from Princeton Human Services. Información en español.
- Princeton Food Calendar During Covid-19
- Notify our care team if you are able to assist the church address needs (delivering food, picking up medicines, etc.)
- There are families we support who have been impacted by shutdowns due to coronavirus - consider giving to our Benevolence Fund.
- The Princeton Children's Fund is collecting and distributing donations.
- Stop and Shop and McCaffreys have implemented "senior hours" to allow high-risk age groups to purchase groceries while social distancing.
- The Coronavirus Emergency Expense Fund (CEEF) has been established to assist with expenses for residents of Princeton or students at Princeton Public Schools. Applicants should exhaust other options before applying (unemployment insurance, TANF, LIGEAP, etc), and household income must fall under certain limits. Applicants with questions or without a computer should call 609-688-2055 and leave a message for Princeton Human Services, who will call back within two days. The criteria and application is also available in Spanish: fondo de ayuda por la emergencia del coronavirus criterios y aplicación