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Sunday Morning Seminar is a series of adult study classes that are offered most Sunday mornings, September through May, 8:30-9:30am (note earlier time). Seminars meet at the Parish House (65 South Street, Morristown) during Sunday School. Fall 2017 Adult Ed brochure coming in August.
Contact: Alexandra Mead, Director of Christian Education
January 8Richard Schwartz, High School Teacher and HistorianBut for Birmingham...
January 15Richard Schwartz, High School Teacher and HistorianA Christian Community Violated
January 22Clarence Curry, Jr, T'Anna Kimbrough, Oliver M.Stame, Black Lives Matter in Morristown movementBlack Lives Matter BECAUSE All Lives Matter
January 29Ken Culver, Director of Foundation for PeaceEnvironmental (In)Justice in the Dominican Republic
February 12, 19 & 26Dr. Stephen D. Moore, Drew Theological SchoolRevelation: Empire, Sex and Ecology
March 5Rabbi Ellie Miller, Temple B'Nai OrA Jewish PerspectiveThis seminar follows the PCM Lenten theme, The Journey, and the sub-theme, Understanding World Religions, as we are asked to journey to places we perceive as different from our own.
March 12Bradford Seabury, Chief Ass't Prosecutor, Morris CountyThe Heroin and Opiate Epidemic in Morris County
March 19, 26 & Apr 2Ali Chaudry, Co-founder of the NJ Interfaith Coalition, Lecturer Rutgers UniversityUnderstanding IslamThis is the 2nd seminar following the PCM Lenten theme, The Journey, and the sub-theme, Understanding World Religions, asking us to journey to places we perceive as different from our own.
April 9Rev. Sarah Green, PCM Associate PastorFair and Welcoming Morristown: A Discussion on ImmigrationLearn about immigration in Morristown and the Fair and Welcoming policies being considered by the mayor, police chief and town council.
April 23Art Vespignani, Facilitator, Whippany River Watershed Action CommitteeEnvironmental Justice in Morristown
April 30Marnie Kaller and Nancy Behrendt, Co-chairs PCM DeaconsOur Dynamic Deacons
May 7Rev. Larissa Kwong Abazia, Director of Church Relations, Princeton Theological SeminarySabbath - Is There Really Time for That?