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 are so looking forward to opening the building and welcoming everyone back. Upon entering you will be surrounded by a Bible verse familiar to all ages, “Love your neighbor as yourself.”  Matthew 22: 39. This verse has guided the decisions as to how we will gather, safely to ensure the health of all.

What has changed?   Our physical distance to each other (the sanctuary, church offices and meeting rooms will be carefully arranged to follow safety guidelines), as a reminder, we’ve placed signage throughout the building, the health and safety precautions (masks and social distancing are a new norm). We’ve installed new AV equipment to livestream the services from inside the sanctuary to make sure everyone whether attending in person or attending at home has access to an enriching worship service.

What hasn’t changed?  Worship at the heart of our common life, joining us together in praise of God and in support of one another, services available in-person (and online) every Sunday, friendly, familiar faces of a welcoming communion of faith.  Our church community is here, our ministry never stopped.


What is going on behind the scenes to prepare our building for your safety?  This page will show you a smattering of pictures and updates so that you can follow along on our “Getting Ready!” journey.


Whether you choose to worship in person or virtually, we remain together as a church family. Information and questions regarding worship are available on this page.  Click the name of the service for more information on how to view the livestreamed service or register for in-person worship HERE.  This page will also illustrate what you can expect when arriving/worshiping inside.  Our Sermons page has links to recordings of recent services.


At this time, the office may be visited by appointment only.  Please call 973-635-2340 or email to make an appointment.  Building use for PCCT programs and Outside groups are currently being reviewed to ensure social distancing and sanitary guidelines can be maintained based on the group size.


We hope we’ve answered all some of the most common questions we’ve received such as what PCCT is doing for safety and sanitary standards?  Should there be a question and/or a concern that we haven’t addressed, please email


Visit this page to donate your support to the ministry of PCCT.  We thank you.