We participate within the larger community by providing some social activities and outreach.
Music and poetry nights are hosted monthly via our Riverside Rhythm and Rhyme program which highlights local singers and songwriters. Open mic, too!
Our Tuesday series offers programs for the mind, body and spirit, by free-will donation, providing our community with activities which might not otherwise be available or affordable.
In the summer of 2011, following three years of thought, discussion, workshops, services and film screenings, Skylands Fellowship officially earned our Welcoming Congregation status, confirming our commitment to providing a welcoming home for all individuals, regardless of their sexual and affectional orientation or their gender identity and expression.
The Fellowship is able to purchase bulk grocery gift cards as a non-profit for a small discount (5% off $1000), and which can then be resold to our members.
We participate with Weis, A & P, and Shop Rite. Each week a member should be available with various denominations of gift cards, so you can buy an amount suitable for your regular grocery shopping, and help raise money for the Fellowship!
Terracycle is a company that makes usable products out of things we normally throw away. They collect their raw materials from organizations like us, schools, businesses and individuals who ship their “garbage” to them. Terracycle pays for the shipping, and pays our congregation a small fee for each item collected.
Terracycle is also committed to education and has a curriculum available on their website. “In Nature
garbage doesn’t exist, but it does in the human system. The Terracycle
curriculum series focuses on how we can solve this problem.”
Terracycle was also featured on a National Geographic Channel Series
called Garbage Moguls.
Our Tuesday Evening Series provides several opportunities for exploring ways to focus on your body, mind, and spirit.
See the Calendar for dates, times, and contacts.