Come, O Spirit dwell among us,Come with Pentecostal Power;Give the church a stronger vision,Help us face each crucial hour.
The Presbyterian Church in Morristown is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). We are a member of the Newton Presbytery which serves churches in Morris, Sussex, Warren, and Hunterdon Counties in New Jersey. Our synod is the Synod of the Northeast. You can find out more about the Presbyterian denomination by selecting the links on this page.
The General Assembly is a group of commissioners elected by Presbyteries (such as Newton Presbytery) which reviews the work of synods, resolves controversies in the church, is responsible for matters of common concern for the whole church and serves as a symbol of unity for the church.
Presbyterian Church USA Approves a Change in Ordination Requirements
PC(U.S.A) Passes New Form of Gov't (FOG) For a summary of the FOG Amendment, click here. For resources and guides for the new FOG, including "Frequently Asked Questions," click here.
For a report from the July 2012 meeting of the General Assembly, click here.
The Rev. Jeanne Radak was born and raised in Caribou, Maine. She left New England to attend Indiana University of Pennsylvania to study music and to embark on her career as the conductor of a great symphony. Instead, she graduated with a history degree and immediately went to Pittsburgh Seminary for a Master of Divinity. In 1985, she was ordained as an assistant pastor for First Presbyterian Church of Geneva, NY, and began a new adventure as an interim pastor. She loved interim ministry work and served congregations in New York, Michigan and Indiana. In the fall of 1994 while living in Syracuse, NY, Jeanne was asked by the Presbytery COM to use her interim skills to help Elmwood Presbyterian Church close. Instead, Jeanne and the Elmwood Congregation began the next adventure by learning together what it means to discern God’s call to change and transform. Eleven years later, realizing that she had failed to close the church, God called her to be the Associate Executive of Congregational Ministry for the Presbytery of Philadelphia. Jeanne is married to Bronc Radak, also a Presbyterian Minister. Jeanne and Bronc have two children, Joseph and Margaret.
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