Chapel Pilot

Chapel Pilot Begins April 16

Dear PCM Family,

Just after Easter, we will begin our pilot period of moving our Sunday morning programs to Church on the Green. I spoke a bit about this during the sermon, but in case you missed it, here’s what our schedule will look like beginning on April 16:

8:00 am – Our 8:00 am Chapel Service resumes, with communion offered each week, in a simple, worshipful setting that is meditative and contemplative. 

9:00 amEducation Hour at Church on the Green

            *Doughnuts and Theology, our adult education class, will meet in the Music Room

            *Sunday School for children ages 2 through 5th grade will meet in the Chapel

10:00 am Worship in the Sanctuary or Online

Our pilot period will run from April 16 through the end of the program year in early June. After that, the Session will be seeking feedback from the congregation and discussing how it all went at its June meeting. Regardless of the outcome, the Chapel is looking wonderful – with beautifully refinished hardwood floors, new radiator covers, updated electrical work, and paint touch-ups throughout the space. It is warm, inviting, open, and flexible – a perfect spot for small worship services, meetings, and community gatherings. There are so many people to thank for their time and effort, but David Krimmel and the men of AAA deserve our gratitude for their incredible work. 

The point of a pilot is, of course, to try something new and see how it goes. Whatever happens over these next few months, it’s clear that the Holy Spirit is moving among us… bringing energy and enthusiasm for PCM’s future that is full of hope and joy.  

Yours, in Christ,


Help Our Ringers Get to the UK this Summer!

Help Our Ringers Get to the UK!

The Ringers on the Green will be joining forces with the Walsh Memorial Handbell Choir for a tour to the UK – Oxford, Stratford-Upon-Avon, and London. It is an ambitious and exciting undertaking and we need your support!

Since January we have gained three new ringers and will also have some alumni ringers joining us for the tour. If you’re interested in tagging along, we have space available at a very reasonable price for a nearly-all-inclusive trip!

If interested, reach out to Matt Webb ().

Ways to Help:

One Great Hour of Sharing

“Jesus said, “ I was hungry and you gave me food. I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink…” Matthew 25:35

Every time we set a table
where all who are hungry can eat;
every time we welcome neighbors and we add an extra seat;
and every time we live as servants, free to wash each other’s feet,
In our living, in our giving, we are there.

The three programs supported by One Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS) — Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, the Presbyterian Hunger Program, and Self-Development of People — all work in different ways to serve individuals and communities in need. From initial disaster response to ongoing community development, their work fits together to provide people with safety, sustenance, and hope. As we follow Jesus’ example, walking alongside the most vulnerable to partner in repairing the harm inflicted upon them, we celebrate that we are the Church … together

We are there with the Society for National Integration through Rural Development Resource Center in India, helping thousands recover from the effects of tsunamis, flooding and the Covid pandemic.

We are there with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, helping those laboring under oppressive conditions in the tomato fields of Florida.

We are there with the Women’s Meeting Space in Panama, helping women to learn to grow their own food and overcome challenges made worse by poverty and the pandemic.

Join with Presbyterians worldwide in sharing God’s love with our neighbors-in-need around the world by providing relief from natural disasters, food for the hungry, and support for the poor and oppressed. When you give to One Great Hour of Sharing, your gifts join with others and the effects multiply exponentially.

This Lenten season, please give generously to One Great Hour of Sharing.

Ways to Donate

  • Make a check out to the Presbyterian Church in Morristown (memo: OGHS) and mail to the Parish House (65 South Street, Morristown, NJ 07960)
  • Send a text to (973) 620-2368 with the amount and keyword “OGHS”. (Ex: $50 OGHS) This is our new text-to-give option through Breeze! The first time you use it, you will be asked to add a credit card, debit card, or bank account (ACH) for any text message giving you send in the future. For more information, please click here.
  • Pay by credit card, debit card, or bank account (ACH) through Breeze by clicking on the “Donate Here” button below and choosing One Great Hour of Sharing from the drop-down menu:

All donations will be dedicated on Palm Sunday, April 2. Thanks to your heartfelt gifts, One Great Hour of Sharing currently supports projects in over 100 countries.


To learn more about One Great Hour of Sharing, click here.