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.

The Church Office is now open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am – 2:30 pm. Emails and phone calls are monitored until 5:00 pm.

We welcome everyone to join us for worship every Sunday at 10 am virtually with a livestream format.

To watch this week’s worship service click HERE.

Announcements

Our Poinsettia Tradition Continues!

If you would like to order poinsettias to decorate the Sanctuary during the Christmas season, please fill out this online form and submit it to the office no later than Sunday, December 13. The price is $12.00 per plant. You may also mail or drop off a check to the church between the hours of…

Advent Giving Trees

This year, PCCT is offering virtual “tag” selection via Sign-Up Genius. Click HERE to choose a gift for the Freedom House residents or HERE for the Family Afterwards residents. There are also a few tags on our Christmas tree in the church lobby.  Gifts can be mailed directly to PCCT or dropped off in the…

Harvest Festival Begins Now!

This year we have two options for contributing to the Interfaith Food Pantry (IFP). You can bring non-perishable food items to the Church between now and November 22nd and leave them in the upper lobby. See HERE for suggested items in need. Or, you can make a financial contribution to buy certain foods through IFP’s Virtual Food Drive HERE…

It’s Official! Welcome to PCCT Pastor Ellen!

On Sunday, October 11, 2020, a congregation-wide meeting was held via Zoom, and members unanimously elected The Rev. Dr. Ellen Clark Clémot as the next Senior Pastor/Head of Staff for PCCT. We are thrilled to share this news with the community at large as we begin this new era for the church. A copy of…

Fall 2020 Tidings is Here!

In putting together this issue of Tidings, it was so evident how the life and ministry of PCCT continues, and will continue, despite these unprecedented times. These pages hold the promise of our continued future with much that has been done, and with so much more to do! In the coming month we will welcome…

2020 “Virtual” Pumpkin Patch Fights Hunger in NJ

2020 “Virtual” Pumpkin Patch Fights Hunger in NJ Church invites community to “empty the patch and help fill plates” For 13 years, each October The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township (PCCT) has filled its lawn on Southern Boulevard with colorful pumpkins and gourds that it sold to the public. Through this all-volunteer effort, the church…

Events

Bridges