Church Hosts Program For Families Facing Forclosure

SCOTCH PLAINS—On Sunday, Feb. 7, at Willow Grove Presbyterian Church in Scotch Plains, Patrice Simms, a housing counselor with the Central Jersey Community Development Corporation’s Housing Assistance Recovery Program (HARP) will lead a discussion on what New Jersey families facing foreclosure can do.

This is an informational session to make people aware of their options in case they or people close to them find themselves in foreclosure.  HARP’s mission is to rebuild communities, one family at a time by finding permanent solutions that stabilize neighborhoods through prevention, housing assistance and recovery, financial education, and advocacy. This ministry of First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens based in Somerset is available to families from anywhere in New Jersey.


The Adult Forum begins at 11:30 a.m. following the 10 a.m. worship service.  Childcare and children’s programs are available.

For more information about Willow Grove, phone the church office, Monday to Friday, at 1-908-232-5678, e-mail at or visit Willow Grove Presbyterian Church, 1961 Raritan Road, is located across the street from the Scotch Plains Southside Firehouse and soccer field and near the corner of South Martine Avenue.

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