Robbinsville Seventh-day Adventist Church
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The mission of our church is to share God's unconditional love with all mankind, both locally and globally, with the churched and the unchurched, with families and individuals, and with young and old. We offer family programs, health programs, and support groups as an enhancement to the worship opportunities that we will make available for the community and for our members. We actively encourage community involvement to better meet the needs of those we seek to serve. 


Food Pantry
Do you know someone in need? Our church operates a food pantry to help the community.  Please contact Lou Ellen Petty.




Taken from Robbins House Facebook Page February 29, 2012
 
The Office of Robbinsville Mayor David Fried and Township Council presented Proclamations and offered a big 'Thank You' to all the local businesses that helped make the 2011 "Adopt a Family Program'' a rousing success Wednesday at the historic Robbins House. The Senior Center and Robbinsville Food Pantry, led by director Renee Burns, along with Meals on Wheels director Dave Williams and Recreation... Department director Joe Barker, hosted and paid tribute to: Tricore; Tony's Farm & Garden; Sweetwater Construction; Kenco Logistics; First Choice Bank; Matrix; the Mercer County Library; LifeTree Community Church; Seventh-day Adventist Church; the Mercer County Clerk's Association and the Robbinsville Fellowship Club.  Thank you for all your contributions to a wonderful year and a great night!
 

 

News from Robbinsville Township - January 9, 2012

"MEALS ON WHEELS'' GETS A HELPING HAND

 The Robbinsville Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Christian Community Choir (CCC) presented a check for $1526.14 to the Robbinsville "Meals on Wheels'' program.

The CCC accepted donations at their holiday concert series, "What Joy! Christ Brings!" on December 4 and, in conjunction with the Seventh-day Adventist Church and Pastor Art Randall, designated the Township's "Meals on Wheels'' program as this year's beneficiary.

"Giving back to the community is an important part of our mission," Patricia K. Weitz, Director of the Community Christian Choir, said.
The Community Christian Choir, a 501 © 3 non-profit organization, with adult & children vocalists from more than 45 area churches, has performed benefit concerts over the last 12 years for many local charities, including The Salvation Army, Trenton Area Soup Kitchen and the Mercer County Special Olympics. To date, the CCC has raised and donated over $163,000.

To obtain a meal, or to volunteer, contact "Meals on Wheels'' program director Dave Williams at (609) 273-0133.
 

 

   Photo (from left to right): Robbinsville Senior Center and Food Pantry Director Renee Burns; Seventh-day Adventist Church Pastor Art Randall; Meals on Wheels program director Dave Williams and Patricia K. Weitz, Director of the Community Christian Choir, gather at Tuesday's check presentation at the Senior Center.