Adult Christian Education

For those seeking a deeper understanding of relevant issues from today and yester-year.

Director: Alexandra Mead |
Committee Chair: Steve Hess |

Virtual Sunday Morning Seminar

Each Sunday in January 2021, from 9-10am via Zoom.

“A Reconciling Life" with The Rev. Dr. Thomas Sheffield.

By looking again at the Apostle Paul, who experienced a "transcendent" moment that led him to declare that reconciliation was at the heart of living as a Christian.  Looking at words throughout Paul's letters, this course
explores his life and the way his struggle to live out reconciliation can impact us today.

January 10 "At the Heart" Reconciliation is at the heart of Paul's writing. But we also can see
that reconciliation was for him and is now for us a life-long work.

January 17 "Unanswered Question" The relationship between younger generations and the
church is one of dis-ease and distance. Is a reconciliation possible? Paul's letter to a younger
member of the church, II Timothy, will form the basis of our discussion.

January 24 "Church Fights" One could say that conflicts in congregations and throughout
the young church were at the heart of nearly all of Paul's correspondence. He called on them
in each instance to find a way to reconcile. In our time of conflict throughout the church
how do Paul's particular pieces of advice become living words for us as Christians and in

January 31 "A Remaining Struggle" In the brief letter of Philemon, Paul takes on the problem of slavery and the relationship between a believing master and believing slave. Can we see
any light from Paul that can shine on our persistent problems of slavery and race?

The Rev. Dr. Thomas Sheffield served as pastor to the Presbyterian Church in Morristown from 1973 to 2001. For the next 16 years he served the Presbytery of Denver as Presbytery Pastor, retiring in 2017. His work there included caring for ministers and congregations in all times of their lives, supporting the formation and strengthening of new worshipping communities including many who  worship in languages other than English, and encouraging numerous missions including a partnership with the Presbytery of Zimbabwe. Currently he serves as coconvener of the Presbyterian Church (USA)'s Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique Mission Network and was named Pastor Emeritus of PCM in 2019. Tom is a graduate of The College of Wooster (BA). Princeton Theological Seminary (MDiv) and Drew University Theological School (DMin). Kathy and Tom live in Toms River, New Jersey.

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Presbyterian Church Nursery School (PCNS)

Director: Jeanne Mueller |

Committee Chair: Vicky Willson |

Phone: (973) 540-1114


Programs & Events


The primary goal of our Nursery is to serve children and families by offering a nurturing and stimulating atmosphere for young children. We offer the children an opportunity for emotional, physical, intellectual, social and spiritual development in a Christian environment.
We accept ages 2.5 to 5 years.
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Yoga - Currently On Hold

New this school year, an after school class sponsored by Little Hearts Yoga for 4 year olds that helps build self-esteem, focus and self-confidence in our young students. Children learn various poses and techniques to help build healthy minds and bodies.

Art - Currently On Hold

An after school class sponsored by Wee Little Arts for 3 and 4 year olds. Wee Little Arts develops fine motor skills, self-expression, self-confidence and focus for young artists.

Educational Garden - Currently On Hold

A program sponsored by Grow It Green Morristown geared for 4 year olds. Children stay after school on Wednesdays to learn about gardening, healthy nutritional choices and environmental science.

Lunch Bunch

An optional program for 2 and 3 year olds to extend their day at school until 1:00. From 11:30 to 1:00, children eat lunch with their peers, play outside and have additional story time and group play.

Youth & Young Adult

A listing of programs for students and young professionals to connect and grow in Christ.

Director: Patrick Allred |

Committee Chair: Ken Clark |

Programs & Events:

  • Acolyte Training
  • Children’s Choir
  • Chili Cook Off Fundraiser
  • College Care Packages
  • Confirmation
  • High School Youth Group 
  • Johnsonburg Retreat
  • PCUSA Triennium Youth Conference
  • Ringers on the Green
  • RISE Mission Trip for High School Students
  • Sunday School
  • Vacation Bible School
  • Weekly Middle & High School Youth Meetings
  • Young Professionals Weekly Bible Study
  • Youth Works Mission Trip for Middle School Students

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