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Stewardship 2019

Stewardship Sunday is October 28 Look for your 2019 Stewardship Brochure  and 2019 Pledge Card in the mail. PCCT is Reaching Up and Reaching Out in so many ways – Click Here. Also, if you missed it this past Sunday, check out Evan Skinner speaking about the impact of PCCT’s mission and service programs – Click…

Adult Mission Trip

Sponsored by The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township in partnership with All Hands and Hearts, this trip is open to all adults ages 19 and up regardless of congregational affiliation.   Work Projects: most homes are in the Rebuild phase: restoring walls, ceilings, and floors to their functional structure; installing doors, baseboards, window trim, light…

Apportionment (Per Capita)

The total per capita for 2018 will be $35.00 per active member. Of this total, $23.35 is used by our Presbytery with the remainder sent, as required, to the Synod, $4.10, and General Assembly, $7.55.

Haiti Mission Trip

January 2-8, 2019 Open to post-high school adults of all ages. The early January dates make this an ideal time for college students – help us spread the word! 

Pumpkin Patch 2018

The pumpkins are here! 2018 marks the 12th annual Pumpkin Patch Fundraiser to help address hunger in our area. Pumpkins of all sizes and a variety of colorful gourds will be on sale. PCCT buys them from the Navajo Indians in New Mexico, and the net proceeds from the sale are divided equally between the Community Soup Kitchen of Morristown and the…

Styrofoam Recycling Update

As part of its commitment to the environment, for more than 5 years PCCT has supported a public styrofoam recycling effort by providing a bin in the parking lot for drop-off. The styrofoam was driven by volunteers to FoamPack, a recycling company on Rt 22 in Union. Unfortunately, issues with the poor quality of some of the…