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We are delighted you have found us online and hope these pages will give you a sense of the vibrant, engaged and caring community we call our church family. Be our guest for Sunday worship and meet some of the folks who make this place special.

Worship Schedule

10:00 am Worship

Our summer schedule begins on May 21, 2017, with one worship service at 10:00 am.  Children in grades K-5 begin in worship with their parents and then go to Summer Church School at 10:15 am.  Nursery Care is available through 4 years of age.

9:45 am Worship

For people of all ages, our 9:45 am service runs concurrently with church school.  Children and youth (K-8) join us for the first 15 minutes of the service; younger children go directly to their classes.  A variety of musical offerings are provided by the Chancel Choir, adult or youth ensembles,  or one of our children's choirs

11:15 am Worship

This service is for those who enjoy a more relaxed start to their morning and prefer a more intimate environment. Musical offerings most often feature soloists and ensemble groups, with the Chancel Choir singing on occasion. Nursery care is provided through age 4.

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Announcements

Summer church school teachers needed

Do you have a spare hour on Sunday?!  We need teachers for our Kindergarten to entering 5th grade Summer Church School class.  All materials provided! 

Sign-up HERE!

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FAMILY PROMISE: OUR GUESTS ARRIVE JULY 30

Did you know that the fair market rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Morris County is almost $1,300 a month, and to afford that apartment a household would need to earn more than $51,000 per year?  Family Promise was created to provide temporary shelter for families who have become unable to shoulder this burden and are working to return to self-reliance. It is one of the few organizations that houses families together, and we are one of Family Promise’s host churches.

We will next host Family Promise guests from July 30-August 6. There are many opportunities - setting up and taking down rooms, hosting guests at PCCT in the evening, cooking dinner, staying overnight, picking up groceries, and doing laundry.  Please stop by the Family Promise board in the Upper Lobby, or HERE.

 

 

 

Jul
27
July 27
Thursday 9:00 AM
CSK provides free nutritious meals 365 days a year to those in need. Our church members help one day a month preparing meals in the kitchen, serving them, and donating bread and milk. Stop by the CSK board in the Upper Lobby for details and to sign up. For information, please contact Story Savage (story_savage_284@comcast.net).

Community Soup Kitchen 36 South St Morristown, NJ 07960
Sep
10
September 10
Sunday 10:00 AM
All are welcome as we kick off the school year!
Worship will be at 10 am and Summer Church School at 10:15 am (children K-5th grade begin in worship with their parents.)

Directly following will be a Church Wide Picnic on our front lawn with food, games and fellowship.
PCCT
Sep
17
September 17
Sunday 10:00 AM
We will have a weekend of service (mission projects) and honor James Brown (in memory) and Fred Wilten for their dedication to the PCCT building.
PCCT
Sep
24
September 24
Sunday 9:45 AM
3rd Graders receive their Bibles at the 9:45 am service.
Sanctuary
Oct
01
October 01
Sunday
World Communion Sunday is a celebration observed by several Christian denominations, taking place on the first Sunday of every October, that promotes Christian unity and ecumenical cooperation.[1] It focuses on an observance of the eucharist.

The tradition was begun in 1934 by Hugh Thomson Kerr who ministered in the Shadyside Presbyterian Church. "Davitt S. Bell (the late Clerk of Session and church historian at Shadyside) recalled that Dr. Kerr first conceived the notion of World Communion Sunday during his year as moderator of the General Assembly (1930). Dr. Kerr’s younger son, the Rev. Dr. Donald Craig Kerr, who is pastor emeritus of the Roland Park Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, was sixteen in 1933. He has related that World Communion Sunday grew out of the Division of Stewardship at Shadyside. It was their attempt to bring churches together in a service of Christian unity—in which everyone might receive both inspiration and information, and above all, to know how important the Church of Jesus Christ is, and how each congregation is interconnected one with another."[2] It was then was adopted throughout the US Presbyterian Church in 1936,[1] and subsequently spread to other denominations. In 1940, the Federal Council of Churches (now the National Council of Churches), led by Jesse Moren Bader, endorsed World Communion Sunday and began to promote it to Christian churches worldwide.[1]
PCCT
Oct
04
October 04
Wednesday
Pumpkins arrive from New Mexico for our annual pumpkin patch. All proceeds go to the Community Soup Kitchen and the Interfaith Food Pantry.
Front Lawn
Oct
05
October 05
Thursday 2:00 PM
All proceedsd go to the Morristown Community Soup Kitchen and the Interfaith Food Pantry in additon to supporting the pumpkin supplier.
Front Lawn
Oct
27
October 27
Friday 4:00 PM
If are under 11, please bring a parent to help!
All welcome.
Mulford Hall
Oct
27
October 27
Friday 6:00 PM
Highschoolers only and Adult Chaperones.
Help deliver the lunches to the homeless in NYC.
Bridges Outreach 120 Morris Ave. Summit, NJ 07901
Nov
14
November 14
Tuesday 7:30 PM
The holidays are hard for many due to the loss of loved one(s). All are welcome to join us for this reflective, quiet evening of prayeres and remembrance.
Halldorson Hall