A Portal for God's Peace

Episcopal Church of Our Saviour - Secaucus, NJ - Episcopal Church Crest

We warmly welcome single persons, people of all races and families of every kind.


Sunday Service:
Holy Eucharist at 9:30 am

Child care is available


Church of Our Saviour
191 Flanagan Way (Rt 153) Secaucus, NJ 07094

Map and Directions


Tel: 201-863-1449

Barbara Lewis

Acting Vicar

Dorothy Fowlkes
Pastoral Associate


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The Episcopal Church of
Our Saviour
in the Town of Secaucus, New Jersey

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Justice and Peace
....an ecumenical call to action


"Grateful for God's forgiving love, in which we live and by which we are judged, and affirming our belief in the inestimable worth of each individual, we renew our commitment to become faithful witnesses to the gospel, not alone to the ends of earth, but also to the depths of our common life and work.

-- from preamble "The United Methodist's Social Principals"


Image from Disciples of Christ

"Cease to do evil,
learn to do good;
seek justice,
rescue the oppressed,
defend the orphan,
plead for the widow."

--Isaiah 1:16b-17


On this page

Action Alerts
Jubilee USA Network
The Environment and Eco-justice
For More Information
Contact Your Representative

Action Alerts

By taking time to become better informed, to write a letter, to send an e-mail, or to tell a friend, you can put your social conscience to work, showing your love for your neighbors and your stewardship for the world God has given to you.

On this web page we connect with well organized social advocacy programs of various religious bodies. Look at the issues. You'll be enlightened. And its a fairly easy and productive way of putting your time and talent to work.

Episcopal Church
Adcocacy Center
United Methodist Church
Action Alert
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
United Church of Christ
Action Alert
Action Alerts

Jubilee USA Network

Cancel the debt NOW!
continuing the work of Jubilee 2000/USA 

Latest news and action

When I went out to the gate of the city, when I took my seat in the square . . . I was eyes to the blind, and feet to the lame. I was a father to the needy, and I championed the cause of the stranger.
-- Job 29:7, 15, 16 NRSV

The Environment and Eco-justice

Our Saviour Switches to Green Power
The Executive Committee of the Church of Our Saviour has switched its facilities to "green" power service -- electricity produced by solar, wind, or water power rather than coal and nuclear generators. So when you switch on lights or the air conditioner at our church, imagine the air growing purer. Stewardship is your life decisions. Find more about switching to green energy on our Church's "energy" page. Link

Our Saviour Changes to Fluorescent
You're seeing new light in our church. We have converted to energy saving fluorescent lighting. In all, 76 lights were changed. Each and every bulb uses one-fourth the energy of the incandescent light that it replace. Replacing a 60 watt incandescent bulb with a CFL is estimated to eliminate over 600 pounds of greenhouse gas emissions during its lifetime and save $45 in energy costs.

Episcopal Church Peace and Justice Ministries
This office equips Episcopalians to carry out the promise made in their Baptismal Covenant to "strive for peace and justice and respect the dignity of every human being." The programs seek to support justice ministries at the local level by supporting networks -- domestic and international, by providing resources, by sustaining committees and networks, and by advocating the social policies of the church to government. Link

The Web of Creation
Moving towards a just and sustainable world---from religious perspectives. Link

National Religious Partnership for the Environment
Seeks to weave the mission of care for God's creation across all areas of organized religion.

Diocese of Newark
Environmental Commission

Ideas for support of environmental causes in our Diocese.

GreenFaith, New Jersey's interfaith environmental coalition, works to educate, motivate and mobilize faith-based institutions and people of faith to become leaders in the development of an environmentally just and sustainable society.

Evangelical Environmental Network
This unique evangelical ministry was initiated by World Vision and Evangelicals for Social Action as part of a growing movement among Christians to respond faithfully to our biblical mandate for caring stewardship of God's creation.

United Nations Environment Programme
This office in the United Nations coordinates a number of vital programs, conferences and studies and provides substantial information on its website about environmental concerns as well as activities for children. Link

For More Information

Episocpal Church - Peace and Justice Ministries
.....Social Justice Ministry
.....Jubilee Ministry
.....Criminal Justice
.....Environmental Stewardship
.....Peace Ministries
.....Government Relations
..........Action Alerts
Episcopal Relief and Development
United Methodist Church - General Board of Church and Society
..........Action Alerts
United Church of Christ - Justice and Peace Homepage
Action Alert
Evangelical Lutheran Church Faith in Action
Reformed Church in America Social Justice
Action Alerts and News
Disciples of Christ - Justice Action Network
United States Catholic Conference Environmental Justice Program
Jubilee USA Network
Churches for Middle East Peace
Christian Solidarity International
Church of Our Saviour Energy Web Page

Contact Your Representative

If you live in Secaucus, you may contact your representatives in Washington and Trenton by e-mail or by other means suggested in the linked web page or Vote Smart Profile. If you do not live in Secaucus find your local representative by filling in the information in the left-hand column of the Vote Smart homepage.



Secaucus Residents' Representatives





US Senator Frank R. Lautenberg





US Senator Robert Menendez





US Representative Steven R. Rothman
9th District





NJ Senator Nicholas J. Sacco
32nd District





NJ Assemblyman Vincent Prieto
32nd District





NJ Assemblywoman Joan M. Quigley
32nd District





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