A daycare center reflecting the diversity of the community, includes funded slots for children from area shelters. Read books to children or assist with small art projects. Donate diapers, peanut-free snacks, new or gently used toys, children’s books in good condition, regular and rechargeable batteries.
Our church is one of 30 congregations that serve and provide food, assisted by community volunteers, students and corporate teams. Volunteer by cooking for or serving lunch to 150-200 guests. Servers work from 10am to 1:30pm on the fourth Thursday of every month at Church of the Redeemer in Morristown.
Founded in 1898 to help Italian immigrants become acclimated to a new culture, the mission now assists new immigrants and families confronting economic challenges with the goal of fostering cross cultural acceptance. Programs include services for infants through children in high school and adults of all ages.
PCM partners with FFP in international mission, working hand-in-hand with people in the impoverished areas of the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Kenya. FFP provides educational support, healthcare access, economic opportunity and hope. Each year, FFP leads intergenerational mission trips to all three countries, helping to build schools and churches, clean water systems and clinics and to provide disaster assistance.
An annual project of the Board of Deacons, PCM volunteers perform services for those within our congregation who have difficulty performing them for themselves. Typical tasks include cleaning up yard waste and washing windows. The project is scheduled on a fall Saturday; chores are finished by noon. Clients are identified through consultation with the Board of Deacons and the ministers.
Founded in 1994 to provide supportive services, housing opportunities, prevention strategies and community education. Services include case management, substance abuse counseling, mental health counseling, food pantry assistance transportation. Graduates can continue receiving services to ensure continuity of care and to help smooth their transition into independent living.
The area surrounding the Morristown Train Station has long been a place for day laborers to congregate in an effort to find work. In 2009, Pathways to Work was established with a goal to bring workers and employers together in ways that protect and benefit both. Initially funded by the Community Foundation of New Jersey, PTW currently receives funding from several local organizations, including PCM.
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