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March 14: The Presbyterian Church of Morristown Session met to discuss how we could best serve our congregants and community during this public health crisis. Effective immediately, all PCM facilities are closed until March 31, 2020. There will be no access to our buildings and all programs, including the nursery school, are currently cancelled.
Although our physical doors are closed, our spiritual and outreach doors continue to remain open.
Sunday worship will not take place in person. A small team will record a modified Sunday Worship Services that will be uploaded here weekly on Sunday. We encourage members to listen to Sunday’s worship service on our website. We plan to keep the services up to date on our website for the following weeks to come.
PCM will be sending out a daily devotional moving forward. Elders and Deacons will be working with their concerns and committees to find ways we can continue to operate in the weeks to come.
Our staff, elders, and deacons can still be reached remotely. Please feel free to use our chat box on the website, email, or social media chat for any questions and concerns. This public health concern is ever evolving so we ask that you stay up to date with our latest updates via email, social media, and our website.
To stay the most up to date with communications from PCM, please make sure your email and phone number is up to date in Breeze. You can update your account here: https://pcm.breezechms.com.
Please know we are here for you, praying for you, and through God’s work we will get through this together.
PCM Session, Pastors, and Staff
𝟑/𝟏2/20 | 𝟏2:00𝐩m
As the COVID-19/Coronavirus situation continues to develop, PCM leadership and staff are working proactively to respond to the need for increased awareness of the transmission of viruses. We will continue to monitor recommendations for public gatherings and take precautions to provide safe and healthy services and activities.
Although there are currently no known cases at the church, the following steps have been taken as a precaution:
- Greeters will greet with a smile and a warm “Welcome.” Shaking hands will be avoided.
- “Passing the Peace” will also be done with smiles and kind words, avoiding physical contact.
- Hand sanitizers located in the COG and Parish House are available and should be used as needed.
- Beginning Sunday, March 15, there will be no food or coffee at Fellowship Hour.
The Safety Ministry Team and Church leadership will continue to monitor the situation and contingency plans are being prepared. Updates will be provided if any additional steps are required.