Community Brotherhood Service ~ March 1st

CommunityThe clergy and laity of several local churches will meet for their annual Community Brotherhood Service on Sunday, March 1 at the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit church in Mullica Hill.

All members of the community are invited to join this celebration of prayer, song and fellowship.  The service will begin at 3:30 p.m with a welcome from Mayor Lou Manzo. The pastors of each church will reflect on this year’s theme: Working Together as One.  The local Boy Scouts will attend and several choirs and praise bands provide music.

Other churches participating in this year’s service are Trinity United Methodist Church, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Society of Friend, Richwood United Methodist Church and the First Baptist Church of Harrisonville.



Night Of 1,000 Sandwiches

On Wednesday, January 28th at 6:45 pm, the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit will be holding a family charity event to support Saint Vincent de Paul Society and Cathedrals Kitchen. Basically, they need to make 1,000 sandwiches. That’s where YOU come in.
1000 Sandwiches

Please come out an join the Social Justince Committee of the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit and help make 1,000 (or more) sandwiches! All faiths are welcome and you do NOT need to be a member of the CCHS parish to participate. They just need as many hands as possible. And what’s great is that they can use little hands too! Any child can participate so long as they can make a sandwich with minimal supervision. Families and groups can work together at their own stations.

Please be advised that they are making peanut butter and jelly, for anyone who has a peanut allergy.

Orientation begins at 6:45 pm and sandwich making will commence at 7:00 pm. This event takes place in the Mullica Hill Parish Center located at 17 Earlington Ave in Mullica Hill. The church is tucked right off of the little down town area of Main Street. Turn right at the Fertig Funeral Home onto Earlington Ave then make a left where the residential road dead ends. You’ll see the church parking lot on your right. Head into the main doors of the large church (not the smaller church up front).

 You don’t need to sign up ahead of time although a quick email saying you’re coming and how many would be a help:


Want to learn about great local charity projects for kids? “Like” Charitable Children of Southern NJ on Facebook to stay up to date on all the philanthropic ideas and events you can do with your children in the area.


The Reason for the Season: Schedule of Christmas Services

Christmas CHurch Services Mullica HillIt’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the Holidays and forget the real reason for celebrating.  Below is a listing of the dates and times of some local church services on Christmas Eve and Christmas day.  If there’s one we forgot that you’d like to add, please contact us at

The Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit:  17 Earlington Ave, Mullica Hill, NJ

Christmas Eve:  4pm and 6pm at Clearview H.S.,  12am (Midnight Mass) at the Parish Center

Christmas Day:  9am at Mullica Hill Parish Center


Trinity United Methodist Church:  284 Cedar Road

Christmas Eve:  5pm, 7pm and 11pm

Christmas Day: 9am and 10:30am


St. Stephens Episcopal Church:  51 North Main St., Mullica Hill, NJ

Christmas Eve:  5pm (Childrens’ service) and 7pm

Christmas Day: 10am


Fellowship Bible Church 590 Jackson Rd., Sewell, NJ

Christmas Eve:  6pm and 9pm


Wishing Everyone a Blessed Christmas!