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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

Regular Worship Schedule Begins This Sunday, September 24.

Our two worship services begin this Sunday, September 24.  One service is at 9:45 am the other service at 11:15 am. Please read the "Worship Schedule" (below left) for more information. 

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The Pumpkin Patch is Coming!

Our Annual Patch officially opens on Thursday, October 5. The patch benefits The Community Soup Kitchen of Morristown, The Community Food Bank, and the Navajo Nation in New Mexico where the pumpkins are grown.  

We need MANY volunteers to help sell the pumpkins.  Sign-up HERE to help.

Patch Hours:

Monday-Friday from 2:00-6:00 pm

Saturdays from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Sundays from 11:00 am - 6:00 pm 

Read more about the patch HERE!  All proceeds go to mission.

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Weekend of Service and A Celebration of Our Future

 

Enjoy some fun snapshots from this special weekend HERE.

 

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Rally Day Recap!  

Enjoy some fun snapshots from our Annual Rally Day HERE!

 

Sep
24
September 24
Sunday 9:45 AM
3rd Graders receive their Bibles at the 9:45 am service.
Sanctuary
Sep
24
September 24
Sunday 11:00 AM
Confirmation at PCCT is a nine-month program of learning, service, and participation in the worshipping life of our congregation. Targeted to 9th Grade youth, but open to anyone in high school, the program is designed to prepare young people to become adult members of the church, enable them to make a public profession of faith, and invite them to complete the vows made by their parents at the time of their baptisms.
Continuing our pattern from last year, classes will generally book-end the first service, with students arriving by 9:15 am, attending the 9:45 am service with their families and then returning to class from 10:45 to 11:30 am.
Confirmation Orientation for Students & Parents
Sunday, September 24, 11:00 am, Halldorson Hall
Families should complete the online registration at www.pcct-nj.org/confirmation prior to the Orientation Meeting.

Halldorson Hall
Sep
24
September 24
Sunday 6:30 PM
Sunday, September 24, 2017, 6:30 pm
A fun, informal way to kick off the year and allow students to get to know one another in a casual setting. Details to follow.

Contact Rev. Tom Brown (973-635-2340, tbrown@pcct-nj.org) for more information.
Member's homes ,
Sep
27
September 27
Wednesday 4:15 PM
FAITH, FRIENDS & MUSIC!
Wednesdays from 4:15-5:30 p.m.
Starts September 13

This program is a very special experience for our children age 4 - Grade 3, with scripture-based stories, hands-on activities, art projects, games, and music! The music portion will include singing and bell ringing (see below). No musical experience needed! Please contact Cindy Caporaso (ccaporaso@pcct-nj.org) for more information.

MUSICAL GROUPS
Children participating in Wednesday programming will have the opportunity to join our children’s choirs: Psalm Singers (K-3rd) and Joy Ringers (K-3rd).

Cantate and Youth Bells (4th and up) will meet on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to accommodate busy schedules. Each group performs during worship about once a month. 

Please contact Janice Williams for details
Faith, Friends & Music Room
Sep
30
September 30
Saturday 9:00 AM
Understanding U.S. Dominant Culture and Systemic Racism
and How the PCUSA is Wrapped in It

Saturday, September 30, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Presbyterian Church of Madison, 19 Green Avenue, Madison, NJ
U.S. society has a dominant cultural center which categorizes who and what is seen as "normal, good, and standard." This important workshop explores our socialization within this system and the role the PCUSA plays in it. It is sponsored by Crossroads Anti-Racism Organizing and Training in cooperation with the Presbyteries of Newton and Elizabeth and is open to all. For more information call the Presbyterian Church of Madison at (973) 377-1600. The cost is $10 for lunch. Registration deadline is Monday, September 25.
Presbyterian Church of Madison
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
04
October 04
Wednesday 4:15 PM
FAITH, FRIENDS & MUSIC!
Wednesdays from 4:15-5:30 p.m.
Starts September 13

This program is a very special experience for our children age 4 - Grade 3, with scripture-based stories, hands-on activities, art projects, games, and music! The music portion will include singing and bell ringing (see below). No musical experience needed! Please contact Cindy Caporaso (ccaporaso@pcct-nj.org) for more information.

MUSICAL GROUPS
Children participating in Wednesday programming will have the opportunity to join our children’s choirs: Psalm Singers (K-3rd) and Joy Ringers (K-3rd).

Cantate and Youth Bells (4th and up) will meet on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to accommodate busy schedules. Each group performs during worship about once a month. 

Please contact Janice Williams for details
Faith, Friends & Music Room
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
08
October 08
Sunday 5:00 PM
An immersive overnight mission and educational program sponsored by the Youth Interfaith Council of the Chathams. Join us as we walk in solidarity with the homeless from church to church in Chatham. Tentative times are from 5:00 pm Sunday to 6:00 am Monday. There will be an option for teens to leave on Sunday at midnight. Planned events at each host site will build awareness and provide tangible support for the young homeless population in this area. More information available soon – contact Pastor Tom for more information.
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