"This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you.", John 15:12

FISH Hospitality

Several times each year, BBPC hosts temporarily homeless families who are participating in the FISH Hospitality program and seeking to improve their lives.  Interested in learning more?  Download our FISH FAQ Document.

Appalachia Service Project

Twice a year, volunteers from BBPC and beyond travel together to the Central Appalachia Region to repair homes for disadvantaged families through the Appalachia Service Project.  In April an adult team makes the trip, and in July, we send senior high youth and college students, with adults leaders.

Kid's Connection

Kid's Connection provides a safe, positive option once a month for 4th through 6th grade children in the Bound Brook area who are at-risk for encountering challenging life circumstances either now or in the future.  On the first Wednesday of each month from 6pm to 8pm, we  provide a meal along with the opportunity for socialization, physical activity and creative development in a safe environment.  We hope to empower children to make healthy, positive choices in their lives, to feel affirmed and to believe in themselves.

Soup Kitchen

BBPC serves between 40 and 100 people once a month (usually the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 5-7pm) at the soup kitchen located behind the South Bound Brook Reformed Church. People can cook or serve or both and there is no commitment to come every month – any level of participation is welcome!