5:30 pm — 10:00 pm

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Bridges Lunches Drop Off in Barnwell Hall

We are gathering 200 lunches for our Bridges run

If you are available to help make 10-15 lunches or more please email Caroline at cdean@ccsnj.org

Drop off the lunches on Friday April 26th in the kitchen & refrigerator in Barnwell Hall from 10 am -5 pm.  Early drop off available on Thursday from 10am-5pm

Sign up today!

Bridges Run Volunteers: Friday, April 26th, 2019

8th-12th grade volunteers & chaperones are invited to go on our

Bridges Run from 5:30pm-10pm.  Friends are always welcome.

Bridges runs are amazing & life giving opportunities for all involved!

Email  Caroline at cdean@ccsnj.org

Here is the permission form for adults


and students (below)


Contents of a fresh brown bag lunch

  • Sandwich: preferably made with 100% white, whole wheat or soft, whole wheat with low     

         sodium deli meat.  Please, no peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.  Please do not put mayo,

         mustard, lettuce or tomato on the sandwich.  If possible, include mayo or mustard packets

         in the bag.

  • Fruit: grapes, clementines, bananas, pears or other soft fruit

  • Dairy Item: mozzarella, cheddar or other cheese stick, 4 or 6 oz yogurt with spoon or 2

          squeezable yogurts

  • Chewy granola bar (reduced sugar if possible) or Nutrigrain-type fruit & cereal bar

  • Drink: Water (6 or 8 oz. bottle)

Guidelines for making fresh brown bag lunches

  • Please do NOT put sandwiches in the brown bag lunches– Keep separate.

  • Keep sandwiches refrigerated until delivery.

  • Wash hands

  • Include mayo and mustard packets, if possible.

  • Meat only (no condiments, lettuce or tomatoes)

  • Wrap sandwiches in zip lock bags.

  • Many of our friends have dental problems; please purchase soft fruit (no apples, please.)

  • Although not as healthy, fruit cups are an alternative to fresh fruit – please remember spoons and napkins.


Thank you for your support!


April 26
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Rev. Caroline Dean