Recharge your car along with your soul: GreenFaith comes to Morristown churches

RE-CHARGE CAR AND SOUL: The Rev. Cynthia Black is planning an electric car charging station at Morristown's Church of the Redeemer. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

A planned electric car re-charging station is just one sign of a movement to ‘green’ Morristown churches.

Morristown’s Redeemer to mark Newtown tragedy, Dec. 14

Candlelight vigil on the Morristown Green remembered children and teachers massacred in Newtown, CT. Photo by Bill Lescohierin

What happened to gun law reforms? One year after the massacre in Newtown, CT, residents will ask that question at Morristown’s Episcopal Church of the Redeemer. The ceremony is set for Dec. 14 at 4 pm.

Four weddings for the price of one, at Morristown’s Redeemer, Dec. 1

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Morristown’s Episcopal Church of the Redeemer is going to be plenty busy on Dec. 1: Four gay weddings and a whole bunch of vow renewals are scheduled, all at once.

Morristown’s Redeemer to observe ‘Transgender Day of Remembrance,’ Nov. 17

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Morristown’s Episcopal Church of the Redeemer will commemorate transgendered victims of hatred on Nov. 17.

Former Morristown artist makes her ‘bones’ in Hoboken

The Rev. Melissa Hall paints scenes of Hoboken on "river bones," driftwood found in Hoboken along the shores of the Hudson River. Sharon Sheridan photo

Artist, poet and Episcopal priest Melissa Hall, former assistant rector at St. Peter’s in Morristown, exhibited her River Bones Collection of paintings in Hoboken on Sunday.

Morristown’s Church of Redeemer prepares for marriage equality celebration

Rainbow vestments by Colleen Hintz will celebrate marriage equality at Redeemer Morristown. Photo by the Rev. Cynthia L Black

Morristown’s Episcopal Church of the Redeemer eagerly prepares for a gay wedding on Monday, when same-sex unions become legal in New Jersey.

Groundbreaking African-American priest to speak at Redeemer Sunday

The Rev. Canon Nan Arrington Peete, the first woman and first African-American woman to address the bishops of the Anglican Communion, will share her experiences during the 8 and 10:30 a.m. worship services Sunday as the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Morristown continues its six-month celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. Peete […]

Redeemer in Morristown making headway toward ‘green’ certification

Morristown is getting a bit “greener,” thanks to the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer. Redeemer is on a two-year path to certification by GreenFaith (a national interfaith coalition for the environment) as a “green” religious institution. Aiming to live out its mission “to seek God’s justice and wholeness for this earth and all its inhabitants,” Redeemer formed […]

Video: Calls from pulpit to join Valentine’s protest against gun violence, Feb. 14 in Morristown

Church and state came together on Sunday with appeals for public support of a Valentine’s Day rally and memorial vigil in Morristown to protest gun violence. “My prayer on Feb. 14 is that we’ll show some real love, and it won’t be one race, or one this or one that, but we’ll come together and […]

Redeemer church in Morristown launches six-month celebration of Emancipation Proclamation

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The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Morristown will begin a six-month celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation on Jan. 20 at 10:30 a.m during a special worship service with Morristown’s Bethel AME Church. The Rev. Sidney Williams, Bethel’s pastor, will preach, and readings will include portions of the 1936 Federal Writers’ Project “Slave Narratives.” The […]