A summer sanctuary open to all, dedicated to the worship of God
For Six(6) Weeks during the 2020 summer the Elberon Memorial Church will come alive with its uplifting Sermons and Music
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic we must do our part to help stop the spread of the virus. To that end. pre-registration is required. We must do this to assure that we meet the requirements of the health department in the event contact tracing is necessary.
Keeping in mind these safety guidelines as we must all make some adjustments:
Wear a mask covering your nose and mouth,Social distance from others by at least 6 feet.
Do not sit in the first 3 pews at the front of the church.
Please sit in every third pew if the service is inside the church.
Practice good hand hygiene. Sanitizing gel is available for your use.
If you would like to attend a Sunday morning service, please register on the church’s website at elberonmemorialchurch.com Service Pre- Registration You will need to provide the following contact information:
Your phone/cell phone/
Your email address
Please register any others who will attend with you, their names, and phone numbers, and email addresses.
Once you are registered, you can attend the service.
The services are on Sunday and start at 11am during the summer season. Check the bulletins below.
To print a copy of the 2016-2020 weekly bulletin click onto the appropriate date below.
The Summer 2016 Season Schedule Sunday July 3 for 10 weeks
July 3rd at 11am, July 10th at 11am, July 17th at 11am, July 24th at 11am, July 31st at 11am, August 7th at 11am, August 14th at 11am, August 21st at 11am, August 28th at 11am, September 4th at 11am 2016
10 Weeks during the summer the Elberon Memorial Church comes alive with its uplifting Sermons and Music
Rev. Dr. Hugh MacKenzie has been an ordained Minister of word & Sacrament for 42 years.
Rev. Kevin Williams has served as the Pastor of Martin Luther King Presbyterian Church in Neptune, NJ.
J. Randall Nichols, Ph.D. is a United Presbyterian minister who served for thirty-five years on the faculty and staff of Princeton Theological Seminary, retiring in 2008
Marc Terranova MD. In 2007 I was ordained as a deacon
at Trinity Presbyterian Church, the only church to which I have belonged for fifty-two years.