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Local Ministries: Mendham and Morris County

Family Promise

“Hilltop church has volunteered, during the week of April 11,  to provide support to Homeless Families residing in temporary housing acquired by Family Promise.   Before Covid, Hilltop would provide the shelter space and meals for homeless families on site using the downstairs schoolrooms in Hilltop house but with Covid this is no longer possible and so Family Promise has acquired hotel rooms for three families at The Sonesta Suites, 100 Candlewood Drive, Morris Plains.  Hilltop has agreed to provide support during the week of April 11th and so we are looking for volunteers to signup for one of the nights to provide either meals or groceries for the 3 families.  All grocery shopping can be done via Instacart, all meals can be done through a food delivery service, or people can make a meal and drop it off at the hotel, (address is on the signup genius page).  If you signup you can call the families at the hotel to find out what they prefer in terms of meals or groceries.  In addition to providing a meal people can interact with the guest through Zoom, if the tenants have access to a computer.   All of the options are mentioned on the signup genius web-page. CLICK HERE

Table of Hope
Family Volunteer Opportunity

The Spring Street Community Development Corporation (CDC), associated with Bethel AME Church, is sponsoring the Table of Hope in Morristown. The Table of Hope is a community kitchen offering dinner at no cost Monday through Friday to needy residents in the area. It is located at the Church Fellowship Hall on Spring Street in Morristown. The Spring Street CDC is looking for volunteers to serve the dinner meal.

Hilltop's Mission, Service and Benevolence Committee has enthusiastically embraced this opportunity. Our Church will be serving dinner on the 3rdMonday of each month. Volunteers will be needed to work from 5:15 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Church members participated two evenings this summer and we are reaching out
for additional volunteers.

If you are interested in serving the dinner, you can sign up for one or more times. A minimum of 6 volunteers will be needed on our designated date. Families are welcome to participate, but children must be at least 10 years old.

Please contact Hope Swarts at or by phone at 908-955-7727, if you wish to be part of this worthwhile effort.

Morris Habitat for Humanity - is an ecumenical Christian housing ministry dedicated to providing decent, affordable housing ownership for low-income families. Through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, Morris Habitat for Humanity (MHFH) builds and rehabilitates houses in partnership with families in need. Habitat houses are affordable for these families because there is no profit included in the sale price and no interest is charged on the mortgage. The family’s monthly mortgage payments go into a revolving fund which is used to build more houses. MHFH offices are located in Morristown at 51 South Street. Their phone number is 973-605-5804. Volunteer opportunities include construction, feeding construction crews, office work and serving on committees. For more information, contact Mission Liaison Russ Hall at 973-895-3143 or visit the Morris Habitat website at


The Interfaith Food Pantry - In late 1994, four local Morris County churches, faced with increasing demand at their individual emergency food pantries, combined their food resources in the basement of the First Baptist Church in Morristown and started the Interfaith Food Pantry. By the end of 1995 they had distributed 19 tons of food. In 2005, the Interfaith Food Pantry, now operating out of both a Speedwell Avenue distribution center and a Morris County warehouse and office facility, distributed over five tons of food to 250 families per week. Demand for food is increasing at the rate of about 15% per year. To respond to this need, the Pantry’s staff of six is augmented by almost 1,000 volunteers who receive, sort, bag, distribute and transport donated and purchased food, as well as perform office administrative duties. A home delivery program which, also employs volunteers, now serves over 100 families. The Pantry offices are located at 540a West Hanover Avenue, Morristown. Visit their website at

Volunteers are needed to serve as a food handlers or deliverers. You can donate food or conduct a food drive. Monetary support has become increasingly important because food must now be purchased to supplement donations.

To volunteer, contact the Food Pantry at 973-538-8049. For further information, contact Mission Liaison, Russ Hall at 973-543-3861.



The Nourish NJ Soup Kitchen of Morristown, Inc. is an ecumenical effort supported and run by 29 congregations from the greater Morristown area. Their mission is to provide nutritious meals in a safe, warm, and caring environment, free of charge, to anyone who comes seeking nourishment. Further, access is provided to community services and resources for those in need while providing opportunities for volunteers to give of themselves in service to others. The Soup Kitchen is located at the Church of the Redeemer, 36 South Street, Morristown. Their phone number is 973-267-0709. As our congregation is one of the supporting congregations, a member of our church serves on the board of this ministry. Hilltop volunteers serve a meal once each month at the Soup Kitchen. Visit their website at  Contact Ginny Gilman through the Hilltop office 973-543-4012.

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