HIGHLAND PARK – Global Grace Cafe offers a menu as diverse as the members of its church community in an effort to raise awareness and funds for refugee resettlement, as well as provide job training opportunities for recent arrivals to the country. .

Global Grace Cafe was launched at The Reformed Church of Highland Park in April, according to a statement. The idea for cafe has been in the works for many years.

“On a Sunday morning at RCHP, there are 45 countries represented through first generation immigrants,” the Rev. Seth Kaper-Dale said in a statement. “We have enjoyed many years of increasingly delicious potluck dinners as our church has diversified, and we realized that the representatives from the global community in our church community could be brought together to create a restaurant-style ministry.” read more.


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Interfaith-RISE is a program of the Reformed Church of Highland Park Affordable Housing corporation, a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization that provides affordable housing, supportive services, and connection to meaningful community to low-income individuals and families in central New Jersey. All RCHP-AHC projects are non-discriminatory and are open to the public. Learn more at rchp-ahc.org

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Highland Park Office:
19 S. 2nd Ave
Highland Park, NJ 08904

I-RISE South Office:

2384 E. Landis Ave
Vineland, NJ 08361