Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church has been a church home for generations of Princetonians for the last 175 years.

 

Events

 Fall Harvest Bazaar 2016 - Mark your fall calendar for the Presbyterian Women’s annual Harvest Bazaar. This year’s Bazaar will be held on Sunday November 20, 2016 in Fellowship Hall. The usual homemade “goodies” prepared and donated by church members and friends and new/former vendors will be in abundance. The Sunday before Thanksgiving…just in time for the beginning of the 2016 holiday season!

History

A Church for the Future

Photo Credit: ms.akr

Photo Credit: ms.akr

Designated Pastor

  Witherspoon St. Presbyterian Church in Princeton, NJ is seeking to call a Designated Pastor to be an enthusiastic leader and teacher to motivate our congregation to grow in faith; to lead us in developing long-term strategies for church growth and financial stability; to build on our rich legacy to remain on the forefront as a change agent on social justice issues. If you are interested and have been previously ordained, please send letter of inquiry to wspcpnc2016@gmail.com for more information.

 

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Paul Robeson

Paul Robeson

AGAINST ALL ODDS: INSPIRED BY THE LIFE OF PAUL ROBESON - The Trenton Museum Society in collaboration with the Paul Robeson House of Princeton and the African American Cultural Collaborative of Mercer County, is hosting Against All Odds: Inspired by the life of Paul Robeson, an art and history exhibit at Ellarslie Mansion in Cadwalader Park, Trenton.  Denyse Leslie and other Robeson House Management Committee members have planned an exciting and informative series of cultural and educational events inspired by the life achievements of Paul Robeson - his passionate commitment to social, economic, and racial justice worldwide.  Witherspoon members and friends are invited to the exhibit and events.  The exhibit will remain through September 11.