Community Church of Keyport
COMMUNITY CHURCH OF KEYPORT
(A Congregation of the Reformed Church in America)
Warren Street (between Division & Osborn Sts.)
Keyport, NJ 07735
Mailing Address: PO Box 562, Keyport NJ 07735
Phone: 732 264 1198732 264 1198
REV. DAWN SEAMAN, PASTOR
SUNDAY WORSHIP at 9:30 a.m
To God be the Glory
Serving God and the Bayshore area of Keyport, NJ since 1847
The Church that feeds people; body and soul
Enter to Worship; Depart to Serve
Welcome to the Community Church of Keyport...
Come grow with us....join our warm and friendly church family. Our congregation extends a warm welcome to you.
We welcome you into our midst and hope you will find this to be a caring community where together we can explore God's word and seek to practice compassion in the world.
We invite you to come here often to let us get to know you.
We hope you will find a home here where you can experience God's love for you through worship and service.
Worship and serve with us....
Worship services are held every Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Fellowship hour is held each Sunday immediately following the
We value the participation of children in the full worship life of the church.
We seek to blend contemporary and traditional elements of worship. We have a Kids' Club (Sunday School) program which meets during our worship servicefor children ages 3 to 13. We also offer adult Bible study and Confirmation Class.
Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.
We value our brothers and sisters of other faith traditions.
We are active participants in the Keyport Ministerium Food Pantry. Read more about this at: Keyport Food Pantry.
With the Bayshore Lunch Program, we serve free hot meals to anyone in need of food or fellowship at our Fellowship Hall at 11:30 am on Mondays-Wednesdays-Fridays. For more on the lunch program see: The Bayshore Lunch Program
The Community Church of Keyport is also a supporter of the Classis of New Brunswick Community Development Corporation, a group which helps churches in our region engage in community social justice ministries. Learn more about this at their website: www.classisnbcdc.org.