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Announcements (Page 4)

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Support those affected by the winter storms in Texas

We’ve all heard about the terrible impact of the recent Winter storms in the greater Texas area – lack of electricity, frozen water pipes, and severe shortages of food and water.  Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is in communication with Presbyterian leadership on the ground in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. They are working with presbyteries…

New Elders and Deacons

At our Annual Meeting on January 31, we elected, ordained, and installed our new Elders and Deacons to the separate ministries of service and governance in the church of Jesus Christ and for our congregation. We thank them for their service. Read more about them here.

Welcome New Members

We are pleased to welcome the Towers family as new members of PCCT. Marisa and Kevin Towers live in Chatham with their two young children, Owen and Nora. Growing up in Basking Ridge, Marisa and Kevin wanted to be closer to home after living in New York City for several years. Kevin runs a physical…

Flower Dedication

Did you know that the beautiful flowers displayed each Sunday are donated by individual members in dedication of someone or something special? The flowers are then delivered to members of our congregation to provide care, appreciation, and connection as part of the Deacons’ flower ministry. Opportunities are available for 2021 to dedicate flowers and continue…

Advent Giving Trees. Thank you!

(Pictured above:  Homeless Solutions; Family Afterwards and Freedom House;  Mental Health Assoc., Family Promise) Thank you to all who contributed so generously to our Giving Trees this year. We had 172 tags and all gifts were fulfilled! A note of thanks was received from Tamala Reynolds, Volunteer Manager for Homeless Solutions.  (The “Anne”, Tamala references,…