The New Brunswick Faith-Based Coalition plays an integral role in strategically identifying critical community issues to address.
In New Brunswick, there are over 50 houses of worship representing a diversity of faiths. It is estimated that up to 10,000 city residents are members of one of the city’s houses of worship.
Since 2010, the New Brunswick Faith-based Coalition has been engaged in a strategic planning process to identify critical community issues to address. New Brunswick Tomorrow and the City of New Brunswick are the co-facilitators for the New Brunswick Faith-based Coalition.
Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple
Assembly of Christian Church INC
Church Of St. John the Evangelist
Ebenezer Baptist Church
First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens
First Reformed Church
Magyar Reformed Church
Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church
New Brunswick Friends (Quakers)
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church
Sacred Heart R.C. Church
Saint Alban’s Episcopal Church
Saint Peter’s Roman Catholic Church
Second Reform Church
Sharon Baptist Church
St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church
Suydam Street Reformed Church
Tabernacle Baptist Church
The First Baptist Church of New Brunswick
The Presbyterian Church of New Brunswick
The Refuge Christian Church
The Regional Synod Of The Mid-Atlantics
Turkish Cultural Center NJ
United Methodist Church at New Brunswick
Unity Fellowship Church of New Brunswick
For a list of our current initiatives, please visit our Evaluation page.