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Graeme Preston Foundation and First Presbyterian Church Partner to Help Hurricane Sandy Victims
The Latino Coalition in collaboration with the Graeme Preston Foundation and the First Presbyterian Church of Freehold is sponsoring a fundraiser on Dec. 15 to assist several local families who suffered severe economic losses as a result of Superstorm Sandy.
Tickets for the fundraiser, are $30 a person and include dinner and dessert for the donor and an evening of live entertainment. Checks may be made out to the Latino Coalition Foundation or the Graeme Preston Foundation.
Three area families, based on need, were selected to receive financial assistance from the proceeds of the fundraiser. They will be in attendance at the event.
More About First Presbyterian Church
"Old Scots Church" was built north of Freehold in 1692, less than a decade after Presbyterians fled Scottish persecution. After a century in Manalapan's Old Tennent Church, the congregation moved to downtown Freehold in the 1830s, laying the current church's cornerstone in 1871. First Presbyterian now holds separate contemporary and traditional services in a Romanesque church at the corner of West Main and Brinkerhoff. Adults and youth can contribute to musical performances by participating in a contemporary praise team or a vocal or handbell choir. First Presbyterian Church offers varied opportunities for fellowship, fun and education to children, pre-teens, youth and adults – including opportunities to help provide food, shelter, companionship or literacy education to the local community.
Other events here
- NA Weekly on Mondays and Tuesdays, 7:00 pm–9:00 pm
- AA Meeting - First Presbyterian Church Weekly on Wednesdays, 7:00 pm
- Al-Anon Meeting - First Presbyterian Church School Weekly on Thursdays, 8:15 pm