Our building is currently closed due to the coronavirus
Offering a welcoming church community to all people, wherever they may be on their journey of faith, celebrating the glory of God through worship, fellowship, and service.

Palm Sunday Worship

We will be offering a Live Format worship service that will include Communion at Home (details below) and prayer requests.

You can join us live at 10:00 am or watch a recorded version of the service available after 12 pm on our website.

Join us Live:

NEW Watch LIVE on our YouTube Channel.

No login required.

Watch via Zoom Webinar

Use this link to connect to the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/365097857.

Note: The webinar feature asks for your name and an email address to join.  Please use [yourname]@pcct-nj.org if prefer not to enter your personal information. 

Important Information for Zoom webinar:
  • Connecting is far simpler than with a Zoom meeting.
  • As a participant, you do not need to connect video or audio.
  • Only worship leaders are visible on screen (Yes, you can wear your PJ’s!)
  • Prayer requests may be shared using the chat feature at the top of your screen when connected.

Communion at Home

We invite those watching live to share in the sacrament of Communion. Some advance preparation is needed.

Before the time of the service you will want to prepare some bread, a slice or a small loaf of any kind of bread. In some parts of the world tortilla, rice cake, or cassava are used as this element which is defined not as a wheat product but as the most common food of the people. Let it be something you alone or you with others in your house may break and share. (In a pinch, even a cracker will do.) Prepare a cup or cups of juice — perhaps grape — or even cranberry, or wine, with or without alcohol; one for each person who will be partaking in the sacrament.

Set these elements in the living room or kitchen where you will worship electronically with our faith community. Perhaps you want to put them on a lovely cloth or fabric that reminds you of a special time or a person deeply connected with you in the communion of saints. Perhaps you will light a candle or place a flower or plant or a photograph of someone you wish to bring into the circle of faith beside the bread and the cup.

Thank you for your preparation. We look forward to celebrating together!

COVID-19 Communications

Everything you need to know is HERE.