Discusses Bipartisanship, Problem Solving, Jersey Values
Above: Gottheimer speaking at New Hope Baptist Church in Hackensack.
HACKENSACK, NJ — Today, October 16, 2022, during Clergy Appreciation Month, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) took part in New Hope Baptist Church’s Sunday service, met with Reverend Dr. Drew Kyndall Ross, and spoke to the congregation, commending them for their strength, resiliency, faith, and positive work throughout the community.
“I know that the New Hope Baptist Church congregation does so much good — welcoming neighbors, family, and friends to celebrate one another and your faith. I applaud you for it and I am incredibly grateful to be here. I will continue to be your voice in Washington. I will never stop fighting for you and your families,” said Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5).
Gottheimer was joined by Bergen County Executive James Tedesco, Bergen County Commissioners Tom Sullivan, Mary Amoroso, Germaine Ortiz, and Bergen County Sheriff Anthony Cureton.
Below: Gottheimer at New Hope Baptist Church in Hackensack.
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