Senior Care

   Senior Care Ministry

First Presbyterian offers opportunities and resources for seniors and their families. During the pandemic, seniors can keep in touch with the life of the church through online worship and Bible study and through email news. If you know a senior who doesn't use a computer, contact the church for information on how to dial in to worship using only a phone and on how to receive the weekly email in print form.

Additional programs and resources are currently under development. Check back to see what might appeal to you as this ministry grows. If you wish to learn more, make suggestions, or ask for assistance for you or a loved one, contact Pastor Nikki Passante,



Please tell of us of opportunities for older adults or to serve older adults


Here is a list of resources: some documents, some community organizations.

This is a developing list. Let the church know if you have a recommendation


Voices of Grief

Myths of Grief

Are Your Affairs in Order?

Common Reactions to Grief

End of Life Preparations


Interfaith Caregivers - Provides simple, yet vital services that enable seniors to maintain their independence. Trained volunteers at Interfaith Caregivers provide door-to-door transportation to and from medical appointments, stores, senior centers, libraries and other destinations, assist clients with vision problems or physical limitations, shop or run errands for those who are unable to do so on their own. This organization is a tenant in the church's Frank Wezner House at 20 Chestnut St., Haddonfield.

Mabel Kay House - Mabel Kay offers a full range of activities on a daily basis. We will add schedules as they become available. Some of their programs include: Art Workplace, Bridge, Bingo, Lite Aerobics, Cardio Fun, Senior Tai Chi, Line Dancing, Friendly Friday, Informational presentations, Municipal and State speakers, Healthy Lunch Friday, Pizza and Bingo afternoon. (8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday) 856-354-8789

Haddonfield Retired Men's 65 Club - Male Haddonfield residents who are retired from their regular vocation, regardless of age, are eligible for membership in the Club.  Residents of nearby towns participate as guest members. The club offers bridge on Mondays, trips on Tuesday, golf and pinochle on Wednesdays, guest speakers on Thursdays, and bowling on Fridays.  Members also enjoy service opportunities, evening events, and spring and fall luncheons.  More than 160 members enjoy the club’s congeniality and fun.

Presbyterian Older Adult Ministry Network - POAMN’s mission is educating and equipping leadership and aging congregations to promote and engage in activity, wellness, care, and social involvement. Our purpose is to educate, advocate, develop and share resources, and train leaders by raising awareness around issues facing those who serve older adults, and are older adults, all in a covenant relationship with the Mission Agency Board of the PC (USA).


First Presbyterian Church

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20 King's Highway East, Haddonfield, NJ 08033
(856) 429-1960