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.

We have long-standing relationships with many community organizations who use our modern, accessible facilities for meeting spaces, concerts, meals, and resources. Our community partners include:

Stanley Preschool

As one of the oldest preschool programs in Chatham, Stanley Preschool is housed in the rennovated lower-level classrooms at PCCT. The school offers preschool programs for children ages 2½ to 5, kindergarten enrichment programs for children attending half-day public kindergarten, and a range of additional programs that expose children to science, technology, engineering and math and creative arts.


Lyrica Chamber Music

Lyrica Chamber Music is one of the longest running chamber music series in Morris County history. Lyrica brings musicians of national and international stature to perform in an informal, intimate, and welcoming community setting, and to conduct residencies in collaboration with local community partners. PCCT is host to Sundays@3pm chamber music series. Our sanctuary provides stunning acoustics that are both warm and clear.

Morris County Nutrition Project

The Morris County Nutrition Project provides hot nutritious meals, education, and personal interaction for seniors through:  Congregate Meals, Home Delivered Meals, and Weekend Meals. During non-COVID years, PCCT is a Mid-Day Friendship Nutrition Site, providing meals, recreational, social, and educational activities for seniors two days a week. Meals are prepared in our industrial-size kitchen at no cost to seniors.


Boy Scouts

Cub Scout Pack 24 and Boy Scout Troop 121 use PCCT facilities to hold weekly meetings in Mulford Hall, store equipment in the back of our parking lot, and host ceremonies, such as the annual Court of Honor and Eagle Scout Awards, in the sanctuary.

Girl Scouts

All Chatham Girl Scouts leaders gather at PCCT for their monthly meeting. Additionally, they host CPR classes twice a year as part of leader training.

Chatham Interfaith Council

The Chatham Interfaith Council is a group of clergy and religious leaders representing the many diverse Chatham churches, congregations, parishes and religious denominations. They meet monthly to discuss relevant issues and support our faith communities.  They also sponsor annual interfaith events such as the Thanksgiving Interfaith Service.

Compassionate Friends

The Compassionate Friends provides support to bereaved families after the death of a child. PCCT serves as one of its chapters.

Town & Country Garden Club of the Chathams

The Town & Country Garden Club’s purpose is to aid in the protection and conservation of the environment and to encourage civic beauty and roadside beautification, principally in the Chathams.  Monthly meetings are held at PCCT.

Overeaters Anonymous

North Jersey Intergroup of Overeaters Anonymous offers a program of recovery from compulsive eating using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of OA. Worldwide meetings and other tools provide a fellowship of experience, strength and hope where members respect one another’s anonymity. OA charges no dues or fees; it is self-supporting through member contributions.

PCCT has also hosted community Blood Drives, quilting groups, school functions, among other local organizations.