Millburn Congregational UCC

"Watching for and celebrating movements of God's Spirit."

Our Church Mission

The Mission Committee’s mission is

    ...to assist the congregation and its committees in serving the needs of others, both locally and globally;

    ...to function as a source of information; and

    ...to guide effort to best use financial and humanitarian resources to benefit humankind and the environment. The Mission Committee’s Vision is to help those in need, to work to address those needs, and to raise awareness of our ability to serve those in need



Prayer Shawls — Created with love, these handmade shawls are blessed and given to those in need of comfort, typically during a pastoral visit

PADS (Public Action to Deliver Shelter) — Provides meals and donations of linens and toiletries to the homeless

Love INC. (Love In the Name of Christ) — Supports those who are underserved through donations of housewares, linens, clothing, coats, and food

Meals on Wheels (Catholic Charities) — Drivers deliver nutritional meals to the homebound

Disaster Relief Kits — Collection to provide essential items for disaster victims

Millburn Food Pantry — Provides non-perishable food, toiletries and paper goods for local families in need

Blood Drives — Lifesource blood donation provided on-site throughout the year

Mission Trips — Annual journey involving group outreach and service to locations and people in need of support.

Mitten Tree — Collections of school supplies for children in the fall, and Christmas gifts for families who may not otherwise have presents to open

Adopt-A-Highway — Church volunteers clean a portion of nearby Dilleys Road

“Green” Church — Responsible use of earth’s resources is supported throughout Millburn Church, including recycling, reduction of waste, and wise choices for supplies

Fundraising — An essential component of support, the committee relies on donations from the congregation, and proceeds from the Precious Gifts Sales where children purchase gifts for Mother’s/Father’s Day and Christmas

              To believe is to care...  To care is to do