CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J. -- The Church of Epiphany, in Cliffside Park, celebrated 100 years this past Sunday, with a party at the Palisadium.
Among the attendees were former Bergen County Freeholder John Mitchell; Cliffside Park Mayor Thomas Calabrese and his siblings, Gerald Calabrese Jr. and Janet Merrill; and Epiphany Pastor Fr. Ken Evans.
At the luncheon, the church honored the late mayor, Gerald Calabrese Sr., and his children accepted the award. Sheila Lally and John Bucco were also honored.
Over the church's 100 years, it has conducted 8,726 baptisms, 7,693 First Communions, 6,319 confirmations, 5,248 marriages and 5,398 funerals. The church is located at 247 Knox Ave. For more information, visit its website or Facebook page.
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