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At First Presbyterian Church of Rutherford we are here to serve God and serve our community. We take this to heart as we offer activities and education that are enriching to Spirit, Mind, and Body. We love to sing and share in music. Our children love to play in our spacious gymnasium as the parents and grandparents visit and share in each others lives. We are heavily involved in giving to and caring for others as well as providing top-notch entertainment for the surrounding area. Our Labor Day involvement has been a hit in the neighborhood, and we love to meet the people we share our streets with. So, take a look at our events and consider attending or even volunteering. It takes all of our gifts and talents to celebrate oneness!  We can't wait to meet you or see you again. 


Upcoming Events

You are welcome to all events below.  Please see individual pages throughout our website for past events.  Thank you!

  • Deacons Fall Fest Bruncheon

    sunday, october 22

    Fall is fast approaching. Mark your calendars and plan on joining the Deacons at their Fall Fest Bruncheon on Sunday, October 22, 2017 in the Karen Kaiser Parish House. Tickets are $3.00 and are available from any Deacon. There will be no tickets sold at the door. Please join us for a delicious and fun time.

  • Connect with the Minister

    Wednesday, october 25

    10:30am at Ara coffee shop

    7:30pm at Park tavern

    I am exploring different ways of providing time to have casual conversation. I will be sitting down at Ara Coffee Shop (6 Ames Avenue, Rutherford) beginning at 10:30. Join me for a cup of coffee and conversation regarding anything that might be going on in our lives and the world. 


    In the evening, I will be going over to Park Tavern (250 Park Ave, East Rutherford) beginning at 7:30 pm. I will be at a table or a booth enjoying the opportunity to meet and talk with anyone who would join me. I have no agenda for these gatherings. I simply want to make myself available. If you would like for me to meet you (and a friend) please come and join me. ~ Pete


  • DANIEL UMHOLTZ ORGAN CONCERT

    SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 3:00PM

    Daniel Umholtz, a young, dynamic organist, will present an organ concert in the chapel at Rutherford’s First Presbyterian Church, “the church on The Triangle,” on Sunday, November 12, at 3. He will be playing a wide variety of music that will display the organ’s array of sounds in the fabulous acoustics of the chapel. The organ, installed three years ago, is state-of- the-art digital made by Walker Technical, the premier maker of digital instruments. Walker Technical is also partially underwriting the concert.


    Although there is no admission cost, a free will offering will be taken. There will be a reception following the concert where you can meet and greet Mr. Umholtz.


  • 12 Women of The Bible

    SUNDAYS AT 11:30AM

    SEPTEMBER 10 - NOVEMBER 26

    The First Presbyterian Church of Rutherford will hold a study of the Twelve Women of the Bible beginning Sunday, Sept. 10 at 11:30 a.m. Lysa TerKuerst, Elisa Morgan, Jeanne Stevens and other leaders will take participants on a journey of spiritual lessons learned from 12 biblical women and what they mean for your life today. We will learn the stories of Eve: Finding Lasting Contentment in the Truth; Rebekah: Breaking Free of Feminine Stereotypes; Leah: Overcoming Rejection and Insecurity; Hannah: Surrendering in Waiting; Abigail: Dealing with Confrontation in Relationships; Gomer: Learning to Accept Unconditional Love; Mary, Mother of Jesus: Moving from Comfort to Courage; Mary Magdalene: Transforming from Outcast to Follower; Mary of Bethany: Putting Our Faith into Action; Martha: Finding Our Identity in Jesus; The Woman at the Well: Turning Our Messes into Messages; The Syrophoenician Woman: Approaching God with Persistency and Boldness. These 12 women and their messages still are strongly related to today's world. Each class will be about one hour long and will include a short lesson on DVD and discussion. Study guides will be provided. All are welcome to join this fascinating study of the women of the Bible. Please register for this free class at 201-438-3569 or at http://fpcrutherford.org/ under adult education. Classes will be held at the Karen Kaiser Parish House.