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We are delighted you have found us online and hope these pages will give you a sense of the vibrant, engaged and caring community we call our church family. Be our guest for Sunday worship and meet some of the folks who make this place special.

Worship Schedule

9:45 am Worship

For people of all ages, our 9:45 am service runs concurrently with church school.  Children and youth (K-8) join us for the first 15 minutes of the service; younger children go directly to their classes.  A variety of musical offerings are provided by the Chancel Choir, adult or youth ensembles,  or one of our children's choirs

11:15 am Worship

This service is for those who enjoy a more relaxed start to their morning and prefer a more intimate environment. Musical offerings most often feature soloists and ensemble groups, with the Chancel Choir singing on occasion. Nursery care is provided through age 4.

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Registration forms are also available in the church office and lower lobby.

 

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"Being Mortal"

Saturday, March 11

9:30-11:30 am, Halldorson Hall

Join us for a screening and facilitated discussion of the PBS FRONTLINE film Being Mortal, exploring the hopes of patients and families facing terminal illness. Learn more and Register Here.  Seats are limited, so RSVP's are a must.  

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Thank you to the kids and to the Congregation for everyone’s part in our Souper Bowl Sunday. The Breakfast Club kids collected $1,085 for America’s Grow-A-Row. A special thank you also to Zachary Brown and Molly McCann for leading the Minute for Mission!

Thank you to all who donated and volunteered for Bridges. We were able to deliver 300 sack lunches to Newark on Saturday morning.  Bridges truly is a rewarding experience. Our next volunteer date for Bridges is April 28 - so mark your calendars!

Feb
28
February 28
Tuesday 7:00 PM
The 3rd Annual Women's Ministries Bowling Night is scheduled for Tuesday, February 28 @ STRYKE in Madison.  More details to follow, but mark you calendars now!  This is a fun evening.  This is not a serious bowling event.  This is a fun social evening, with a lot of laughs and a little bit of bowling on the side.
Stryxe Bowling Alley
Mar
01
March 01
Wednesday 6:00 PM
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS
DURING LENT

Begins Ash Wednesday, March 1
Ends Wednesday, April 5

6-6:50 P.M.
ADULT EDUCATION: FAITH JOURNEYS
BOOK STUDY. Co-led by our pastors.
Wednesdays March 1- April 5 from 6– 6:50 p.m.
Books ($15) and discussion/reading schedule available in the church office.

"A way of life abundant: this is God’s gift in the midst of the ordinary stuff of existence. This way of life – abundant not in money and possessions but in mercy and hope – is given not only for the sake of those who are its members. It is given that these might live for the sake of others, and indeed for the sake of all creation. The challenge is to discern how to live this way of life within a specific context, at your moment in history." (From the Preface)

7-7:30 P.M.
Soup Supper, Mulford Hall (free will offering)

7:30-8:15 P.M.
Worship, Halldorson Hall




Mulford Hall
Mar
07
March 07
Tuesday 12:00 PM
A NEW DAY - Widows’ Support Group
First Tuesday of Every Month
Noon - 1:30 p.m. Halldorson Hall


This wonderful group will begin the fall season on Tuesday, September 6. The program will be "Favorite Hymns." The Tuesday, October 4 program is to be determined. Please bring a sandwich; dessert and beverages will be provided.
Coordinator: Ann Meyers
Halldorson Hall
Mar
08
March 08
Wednesday 6:00 PM
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS
DURING LENT

Begins Ash Wednesday, March 1
Ends Wednesday, April 5

6-6:50 P.M.
ADULT EDUCATION: FAITH JOURNEYS
BOOK STUDY. Co-led by our pastors.
Wednesdays March 1- April 5 from 6– 6:50 p.m.
Books ($15) and discussion/reading schedule available in the church office.

"A way of life abundant: this is God’s gift in the midst of the ordinary stuff of existence. This way of life – abundant not in money and possessions but in mercy and hope – is given not only for the sake of those who are its members. It is given that these might live for the sake of others, and indeed for the sake of all creation. The challenge is to discern how to live this way of life within a specific context, at your moment in history." (From the Preface)

7-7:30 P.M.
Soup Supper, Mulford Hall (free will offering)

7:30-8:15 P.M.
Worship, Halldorson Hall




Mulford Hall
Mar
11
March 11
Saturday 9:30 AM
JOIN US for a free screening and discussion of the PBS FRONTLINE film Being Mortal. Based on the
best-selling book by Atul Gawande, MD, this documentary explores the hopes of patients and families facing terminal illness and their relationships with the physicians who treat them.

Saturday, March 11, 9:30 - 11:30 am
Halldorson Hall

This event is free and open to the public. The program is co-sponsored by The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township and Atlantic Health System.
Halldorson Hall
http://www.pcct-nj.org/get-involved/adult-education/being-mortal
Mar
12
March 12
Sunday 5:00 PM
Sunday, March 12, 5-6:30 p.m.
Athletic skills won’t be of much use in this unusual set of challenges. Come and share in a night of friendly competition as we seek to even the playing field for all. Dinner and devotion to follow the games.
Youth Suite
Mar
15
March 15
Wednesday 6:00 PM
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS
DURING LENT

Begins Ash Wednesday, March 1
Ends Wednesday, April 5

6-6:50 P.M.
ADULT EDUCATION: FAITH JOURNEYS
BOOK STUDY. Co-led by our pastors.
Wednesdays March 1- April 5 from 6– 6:50 p.m.
Books ($15) and discussion/reading schedule available in the church office.

"A way of life abundant: this is God’s gift in the midst of the ordinary stuff of existence. This way of life – abundant not in money and possessions but in mercy and hope – is given not only for the sake of those who are its members. It is given that these might live for the sake of others, and indeed for the sake of all creation. The challenge is to discern how to live this way of life within a specific context, at your moment in history." (From the Preface)

7-7:30 P.M.
Soup Supper, Mulford Hall (free will offering)

7:30-8:15 P.M.
Worship, Halldorson Hall




Mulford Hall
Mar
22
March 22
Wednesday 6:00 PM
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS
DURING LENT

Begins Ash Wednesday, March 1
Ends Wednesday, April 5

6-6:50 P.M.
ADULT EDUCATION: FAITH JOURNEYS
BOOK STUDY. Co-led by our pastors.
Wednesdays March 1- April 5 from 6– 6:50 p.m.
Books ($15) and discussion/reading schedule available in the church office.

"A way of life abundant: this is God’s gift in the midst of the ordinary stuff of existence. This way of life – abundant not in money and possessions but in mercy and hope – is given not only for the sake of those who are its members. It is given that these might live for the sake of others, and indeed for the sake of all creation. The challenge is to discern how to live this way of life within a specific context, at your moment in history." (From the Preface)

7-7:30 P.M.
Soup Supper, Mulford Hall (free will offering)

7:30-8:15 P.M.
Worship, Halldorson Hall




Mulford Hall
Mar
24
March 24
Friday 6:30 PM
Dinner, movie & fun!
Youth Suite
Mar
26
March 26
Sunday 5:00 PM
Dinner and Silent Auction to benefit the 2017 Youth Mission Trip to Washington State

Dinner served 5:00 - 7:00 pm
Silent Auction closes at 7:00 pm

Menu:
Grilled Flank Steak
Cedar Plank Salmon
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Walla Walla grilled onions
PCCT’s famous Mac & Cheese for the kids
Pie & Ice Cream
Tea, Lemonade, Coffe and Soda

Adult Prices: $25 for steak; $30 steak & salmon
Kids under 10 eat free!!
Mulford Hall
http://pcct-nj.org/forms/mission-trip-fundraiser