Page 8 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • September 30, 2009 Area Powerhouse Christian Church to launch CURRENT Powerhouse Christian Church is launching a brand new weekly gathering called CURRENT. This new venture is designed for people between the ages of 18 and 26. Young adults face many challenges today and the church wants to provide assistance along the journey as they enter college and careers and make some of the most significant decisions of their lives. CURRENT will begin at Powerhouse Christian Church, 500 West Main Street, Wyckoff on Sunday, Oct. 4. Those who entering college face the challenges of juggling a busy schedule, living with someone who was a stranger just a few weeks ago, and having your assumptions about life challenged inside and outside of the classroom. Those new to the workforce are learning to work around the clock to meet deadlines as they face workplace conflicts and power struggles. College students and those new to the workforce often have questions about spirituality and religion. CURRENT will tackle some of these tough issues in an interactive way and offer a support system. Each week, the doors will open at 5:30 p.m. as the group gathers for the first hour to snack and socialize. At about 6:30 p.m., the band will play. Between 7 and 8, there will be an interactive discussion on a pertinent topic. Members may ask questions about any subject. From 8 p.m. on, members are invited to play some basketball, volleyball, pool, foosball, or ping pong, or just enjoy conversation with friends. CURRENT will also be Web-streamed live every week, so anyone who cannot attend in person can participate online, even joining in the discussion as the moderator takes questions from the Internet audience. An archive will be made available. On Sunday night, Oct. 11, Abma’s Farm in Wyckoff will host a hayride and bonfire for CURRENT members. Call the church at (201) 540-1993 for additional information. Atlantic Stewardship Bank recently announced the appointment of John W. (Jack) Hain Sr. of Flemington as senior vice president and senior commercial loan manager. Hain will serve at the bank’s Wayne Office at 400 Hamburg Turnpike. Hain has 37 years of progressive management experience within the financial services industry, most recently as vice president and commercial loan officer for a large regional bank. He has expertise in small business and middle market commercial lending, residential and commercial real estate lending, consumer lending, and business development. Hain attended Gloucester County College. He also earned an RMA Commercial Lending Certification. He is an active member of the Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Hain completed the School for Deacons, Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey in Trenton, and was ordained in October 1998. He is currently deacon assistant at the Calvary Episcopal Church in Flemington, chairperson for the Diocesan Convention Committee, and John Hain joins Atlantic Stewardship Bank’s team is a member of the Board of Mission, Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey. Hain also serves as chaplain for the Hunterdon County Medical Center. “We are pleased to welcome Jack Hain to Atlantic Stewardship Bank’s senior management team,” said Atlantic Stewardship Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Paul Van Ostenbridge. “Jack brings a wealth of commercial lending and operations experience to our senior management team, having spent his career in the lending arena. In addition, he enthusiastically supports Atlantic Stewardship Bank’s goals and tithing mission.” Atlantic Stewardship Bank maintains banking locations in Midland Park, Montville, North Haledon, Pequannock, Ridgewood, Waldwick, Westwood, Wyckoff, Hawthorne, and Wayne. Established in 1985, ASB is a full-service community bank serving both individuals and businesses. The bank is a subsidiary of Stewardship Financial Corporation trading on the NASDAQ under the symbol SSFN. Visit the bank’s website,, for additional information. Pictured at right: John W. Hain Sr., Atlantic Stewardship Bank’s senior vice president and senior commercial loan manager. Coming October 14th! ����� in business A Pictorial Supplement to The Villadom TIMES 2 Locations Glen Rock & Passaic PASSAIC LOCATION NOW OPEN SUNDAYS! We Offer Line Of Credits And Financing Plans Introduce that special woman in your organization to the community. It could be an associate, a department head, a valued employee or even yourself. 201.345-5621 YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSPAPER Call The Villadom TIMES to reserve your space in this well-read annual feature. 201-652-0744. Advertising Deadline: Wednesday, September 30th