Support & Care

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We would love to connect with you if you are in need of assistance. Click here for a list of resources or email us to let us know how we can help!

No Empty Stocking

We're excited to be joining with Princeton Human Services again this year to bring Christmas gifts to children in the Princeton Area.  Each year, the wonderful people of Stone Hill sponsor about 120 children in the community and in our church family.  As in the past, you will be asked to spend around $75 dollars on gifts for a child.  If that's a stretch for you, consider sharing the project with another family or your small group.  One year, the students from the Princeton University Sunday buses supported 4 children.  


This year will be a little different in that the stockings won't be on the tree in the atrium. Browse this list of children and their gift request and sign up today! There will be a tree in the atrium where the gifts can be dropped off on Sunday or any other time that the church is open.  If you have issues choosing a virtual tag, please contact Penny Stone. (penny.stone25@verizon.net)

 

Stone Hill Church Care Team is here to minister and serve you and your family where we can. 

Stone Hill Church of Princeton also provides referrals for professional Christian counselors to its congregants. Our referral counselors are all Masters or Doctoral level graduates of counseling programs. Each referral counselor is under regular care and direction of an experienced mentor and all strive to provide biblically sound, Christ-centered, God-glorifying counsel. Our goal is that you would leave with greater self-awareness of God's activity in your life and with a greater capacity to meet present and/or future challenges in your life. To initiate a counseling relationship, contact the Care Team. A counselor will call you back to gather information, and set up an initial appointment. Fees do apply for subsequent appointments, but limited assistance for Stone Hill congregants in need is available from the benevolence fund

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) offers education and initial support. Contact them online or at 609-799-8994.

There are a number of resources outside the church that you may find beneficial.  To connect with us or for more information on additional resources, contact the Care Team.