Recent News & Happenings from Interfaith Neighbors
Kula Homeschool, ages 4-8
In each class we’ll explore different aspects of farming, gardening, food and nutrition or nature. The classes are generally geared toward ages 4-8, but all are welcome as we discuss topics that some explore into high school.This time we’ll make Solstice Inspired Recycled Art By Lisa Bagwell
More from our programs
What’s Next for Kula Café and Urban Farm
Interfaith Neighbors welcomes Gillian Edgar as the new general manager of the Kula Café and Training Program.
Interfaith Neighbors and Rutgers Mentor Aspiring Food Entrepreneurs
Interfaith Neighbors and Rutgers University have launched a partnership to help budding food entrepreneurs in Asbury Park and Monmouth County.
Coming Together at Junction Hall
A top priority for Interfaith’s Business Development Center Director Roger Boyce is to help create and carry out projects to... Read More
J.E.T Third Time Around
Interfaith Neighbors’ Junior Entrepreneur Training program (J.E.T.) returned for its third year this winter with 22 city students in sixth-to-eighth... Read More
How It All Started
Interfaith Neighbors continues every day to carry out the mission the agency began with nearly 30 years ago.