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BAHA’I FAITH “ Thine eye is My trust, suffer not the dust of vain desires to becloud its luster. Thine ear is a sign of My bounty, let not the tumult of unseemly motives turn it away from My Word that encompasseth all creation. Thine heart is My treasury, allow not the treacherous hand of self to rob thee of the pearls which I have treasured therein. Thine hand is a symbol of My loving kindness, hinder it not from holding fast unto My guarded and hidden Tablets...” Baha’u’llah For more information on the Baha’i Faith go to the web at www.Bahai.org. For information on Baha’i activities in the Princeton area call Grant or Wendy Kvalheim at 609.683.8929.

Lucile Coffey Wade Lucile Coffey Wade, long time resident of Princeton, passed away peacefully at her home in Princeton, after an extended period with cancer. She was 85 years old. Her husband Alfred M. Wade, predeceased her in February 25, 1980. Lucile was born in Plainfield, Connecticut on January 30, 1927. In 1949, she moved to Princeton and worked as a head secretary at the Textile Research Institute (TRI). She married Alfred M. Wade on April 26, 1957, and the following year, had a son, James M. Wade, born November 26, 1958. Lucile is survived by her son, James M. Wade, 53, of Princeton, a sister, Catherine A. Coffey, 91, residing at Ashlar Village Retirement Facility, in Wallingford, Connecticut, and a step-daughter, Molly McGrath, 74, of New York City, from a previous marriage of Alfred M. Wade. There was a private interment and service at 1 p.m., on November 28, 2012 at All Saints Church Cemetery in Princeton.

Religion Chanukah Bowl Celebration For Those With Special Needs

The Friendship Circle will host their third annual family Chanukah Bowl on Sunday, December 9 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Slocums Bowl-ODrome in Ewing. The Friendship Circle is an enriching program that brings smiles and hope to children and adults with special needs. According to its director, Rabbi Shmuel Wilhelm, “The Friendship Circle enlists the help of teenage volunteers who visit these special children on a weekly basis. The volunteer’s mission is to develop a relationship with the child through special playtime activities, creative art projects, learning new skills and reading books together.” “Children react differently with a teenage friend. They feel comfortable; they open up. This relationship is a unique experience where both ‘friends’ are infinitely enriched. In addition, a new face provides some desperately needed respite for family members by relieving the stress from the parents and

DIRECTORY OF RELIGIOUS SERVICES A Spirit-Filled Fellowship A Spirit-Filled Fellowship With An Emphasis On The With An Emphasis On The Word, Worship & Witness Princeton’s Assembly of God Word, Worship & Witness Princeton’s Assembly of God Sunday Worship Service 8:30 &&11:00 am Worship Service Service8:30 8:30& 11:00am am Sunday Worship 11:00 Campus and Community Service 7:00 pm Campus and Community service, Sunday 7:00 pm Campus and Community Service 7:00 pm Wednesday Service for all ages; 7:30 pm Wednesday WednesdayService Servicefor forall allages; ages 7:30 7:30pm pm Staffed Nursery for all services; Children and Youth Programs; Staffed Nursery for all services; Children and Youth Programs; English As a Second Language Program (ESL) English As a Second Language Program (ESL)

Rev. Richard Linderman, Pastor Rev. Richard Linderman, Pastor 26 Nassau Street, Princeton 26 Nassau Street, Princeton 609-921-0981 609-921-0981

Free parking in Chamber Street Garage Free parking in Chamber Street Garage E-mail: worship@nassauchristian.org E-mail: worship@nassauchristian.org Web page: www.nassauchristian.org Web page: www.nassauchristian.org

CHRIST CONGREGATION

Trinity Trinity Episcopal Episcopal Church Church

Crescent Crescent Ave., Ave., Rocky Rocky Hill, Hill, N.J. N.J. •• 921-8971 921-8971 (Office) (Office) Father Paul Rimassa, Vicar Father Paul Rimassa, Vicar Friday, Dec. 7 Tree Lighting 7pm

Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.

9:45 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 15Sunday Craft FairSchool: 9-3: pictures with Santa Monday, Dec. 24 Christmas Eve: Services: Children’s Liturgy 4pm Sunday Sunday Services: Monday, Dec. 24 Christmas Eve: Carols a.m. Sung by the Choir 8:30pm Holy Eurcharist at & a.m. Holy Eurcharist at 8:00 8:00 & 10 10 Monday, Dec. 24 Christmas Eve: Liturgya.m. with Choir anda.m. Organ “All Tuesday, Dec. 25 Christmas Day:Welcome” Silent Liturgy “All Are Are Welcome” All Are Welcome 124 Witherspoon St., Princeton • Rev. M. Muriel Burrows, Pastor

December 8 at 7pm - Christmas at Witherspoon 10:00am Sunday Worship Service 10:30am Sunday School for Children 1st-12th Grade

Worship Service at 10 a.m. Fellowship at 11 a.m Education Hour at 11:15 a.m

December 24 at 6pm - Christmas Eve Service

AN EPISCOPAL PARISH Sunday 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite I • 9 a.m. Holy Eucharist 10:00 a.m. Sunday School for All Ages • 11 a.m. Holy Eucharist Tuesday 12:10 p.m. Holy Eucharist Wednesday 5:30 p.m. Holy Eucharist with Healing Prayers Monday, 12/24, Christmas Eve Holy Eucharist at 12 noon, 3pm, 5pm, 8pm, and 11pm. Tuesday 12/25, Christmas Day Holy Euhcarist at 10am. (no regular weekday services 12/25 at 12:10pm or 12/26 at 5:30pm) Sunday, 12/30, only one service of Holy Eucharist at 9am; Lessons and Carols at the University Chapel at 11am. The. Rev. Paul Jeanes III, Rector • The Rev. Sarah Kinney Gaventa, Assistant Rector The Rev. Jennifer L. Replogle, Curate • Mr. Tom Whittemore, Director of Music

33 Mercer St. Princeton 609 924 2277 www.trinityprinceton.org

Worship, Celebrate Worship,Learn, Learn, Celebrate Worship, Learn, Celebrate Shabbat Worship Worship Shabbat Fridayatat6:30 6:30 p.m.; Saturday at .. Friday p.m.; Saturday at9:45 9:45a.m a.m Shabbat Worship Friday at Weekday 6:30 p.m.; Saturday at 9:45 a.m. Minyanim

Weekday Minyanim

Sunday at 8:30 a.m.; Wednesday at 7:00 a.m.

Sunday at Weekday 8:30 a.m.; Wednesday at 7:00 a.m. Minyanim Sunday at 8:30 a.m.; Wednesday Rabbi Adam Feldmanat 7:00 a.m. Rabbi Adam Feldman Rabbi Annie Tucker

Rabbi Annie Tucker Rabbi Adam Rabbi Emeritus DovFeldman Peretz Elkins

Rabbi Emeritus Dov Peretz Elkins Rabbi Annie Tucker Cantor Emeritus Murray E. Simon Cantor EmeritusDov Murray E. Simon Rabbi Emeritus Peretz Elkins 435 Nassau Street , Princeton; 609.921.0100; Cantor Emeritus Murray E.www.thejewishcenter.org Simon

435 Nassau Street , Princeton; 609.921.0100; www.thejewishcenter.org 435 Nassau Street , Princeton; 609.921.0100; www.thejewishcenter.org

encouraged to attend the party. The highlight of the event will include the menorah lighting. tasty, hot latkes, doughnuts, and Chanukah gelt will be served. Each child will participate in various arts and crafts and will receive a surprise Chanukah gift. This event is free of charge. To R.S.V.P. or for more i n for m at i on, c a l l ( 609 ) 683-7240 or email mercer friends @gmail.com. Learn more about the Friendship Circle by visiting www.mercer friends.com.

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Mother of God Orthodox Church Princeton Day School, 650 Great Road, Princeton, NJ 08540

609-252-0310

www.mogoca.org

Sunday, 10 am: Divine Liturgy Sunday, 9:15 am: Church School Saturday, 5:30 pm: Adult Bible Study Saturday, 7:00 pm: Vespers

You’re Always Welcome! ...at the

Christian Science Church

Feel God’s healing love for you Discover your Christlike identity Find peace and truth in our weekly Bible Lesson First Church of Christ, Scientist 16 Bayard Lane, Princeton ~ 609-924-5801 ~ www.csprinceton.org Sunday Church Service, Sunday School, and Nursery at 10:30am Wednesday Testimony Meeting and Nursery at 7:30pm Christian Science Reading Room 178 Nassau Street, Princeton 609-924-0919 ~ Open Mon.-Sat. 10-4

Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH

50 Walnut Lane•Princeton•Jeffrey Mays, Pastor•921-6253 Affiliated with the United Church of Christ and the American Baptist Churches, USA

siblings each week.” Equally important is The Friendship Circle’s goal to provide a nurturing program for the teenage population that fosters love and responsibility and is immensely rewarding. Wilhelm states, “all too often, our endeavor to impart ‘meaningful’ values to our children is shorthanded by our inability to back up our words with ‘meaningful’ activities or appropriate challenges. Our program is substantive, wholesome, and enormously satisfying. Through reaching out beyond our familiar surroundings and extending a helping hand to others, The Friendship Circle promotes sensitivity and offers a fresh perspective on life for our community’s teens.” Families with children, and adu lts w it h special needs, and volunteers are

Nursery Provided • Ramp Entrance on Quarry Street

407 Nassau St. at Cedar Lane, Princeton

Sunday 9:00am Christian Education Sunday 10:30am Worship with Holy Communion Tuesday 7:30pm Advent Taize-style Evening Prayer (PU Chapel) Monday, Dec. 24 8pm Christmas Eve Candlelight Service Tuesday, Dec. 25 10:30am Christmas Day Service Call or visit our website for current and special service information.

(A multi-ethnic congregation 609-924-1666 • Fax 609-924-0365 Church Office: 609-924-3642 www. princetonlutheranchurch.org

St. Paul’s Catholic Church 214 Nassau St., Princeton • Msgr. Joseph Rosie, Pastor

214 Nassau Street, Princeton TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18 Advent Reconciliation Service with Individual Confessions Msgr. Walter Nolan, Pastor7pm (Bi-lingual) MONDAY, DECEMBER 24: Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord Mass at 4pm with Children’s Choir and carols beginning at 3:30pm Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:30 p.m. Mass at 4pm in School Gym • Mass at 6pm • Mass in Spanish at 8pm Sunday: 7:00, 8:30, 10:00, 11:30 and 5:00 Midnight Mass at 12am with carols beginning at 11:30pm p.m. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25 Mass atSunday 7, 8:30, 10 &at 11:30am evening mass Mass in Spanish: 7:00• No p.m.

Princeton United Methodist Church Cnr. Nassau St & Vandeventer Ave 609-924-2613 www.princetonumc.org Jana Purkis-Brash, Senior Pastor

Nassau Presbyterian Church

61 Nassau Street 609-924-0103 www.nassauchurch.org in downtown Princeton across from Palmer Square

Sundays 9:15 AM

Worship Church School & Adult Education

11:00 AM Worship

Worship Explorers (Age 4-Grade 3) Child Care available at both services

SUNDAY WORSHIP 9:30 & 11:00 am 9:30 am Church School

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS Sunday, Dec. 16 Concert at 7:30pm

Monday, Dec. 24 Family Candlelight Service @ 6pm

Monday, Dec. 24

Traditional Candlelight Service at 8pm

Sunday, Dec. 30

Sunday Service at 10am Nursery Care Provided

www.allsaintsprinceton.org 16 All Saints’ Road Princeton 609-921-2420 An Anglican/Episcopal Parish SUNDAY Holy Eucharist 8 AM & 10:15 AM* Christian Formation for Children, Youth & Adults 9:00 AM *Sunday School; childcare provided WEDNESDAY Holy Eucharist 9:30 AM The Rev. Dr. Hugh E. Brown, III, D.Min., Rector Thomas Colao, Music Director and Organist Michael and Lisa Szydlowski, co-Directors of Christian Formation

 All Saints' is located N. of the Princeton Shopping Center, off Terhune/VanDyke Rds.

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