Bishop tells Morristown service to declare gay pride in wake of Orlando shootings

'THE CHURCH HAS A LOT OF REPENTING TO DO' : Bishop Gene Robinson speaks for gay pride at Morristown's Episcopal Church of the Redeemer. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Religion has been the biggest obstacle to gay equality, a pioneering gay bishop says.

Concert to bid fond farewell to Morristown musical beacon, June Van Thoen, June 25

June Van Thoen, music director at the Morristown United Methodist Church. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

A pillar of the local music scene is calling it a career–but thankfully, she won’t go quietly.

‘It can happen anywhere’ : Greater Morristown grieves Orlando together

Mourners with pictures of Orlando shooting victims. Photo by Ally Tobler, June 15, 2016

The rally had a simple message: ‘We cannot let hate win.’

Hundreds gather in Morristown to honor victims of Orlando shooting

Mourners hold candles and photos of Orlando shooting victims, during vigil on the Morristown Green. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

‘There is no reason on God’s green earth’ for anyone to own assault rifles, a bishop tells a service for the Orlando shooting victims.

Vigil for Orlando victims, at Morristown’s Redeemer, June 15

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

The public is invited to remember the innocent victims. Again.

Commentary: Orlando, guns and a culture of violence


Guns DO kill people…and it’s way too easy for killers to obtain them, argues the author.

Gene Robinson, pioneering gay minister, to preach at Morristown’s Redeemer, June 25-26

gene robinson poster

He reportedly had to wear a bullet-proof vest to his 2003 consecration in New Hampshire.

Organ prodigy coming to Morristown, May 13

Bryan Dunnewald

Bryan Dunnewald is a rising star in the world of classical organ.

Morristown GreenFaith Church holds drive-through/drop-off to recycle electronics

John Alessio looks for a place to squeeze in more recycling.

Environmental stewardship starts at home, according to the Presbyterian Church.

Passing down the Passover story: A Morristown cantor reflects on freedom

Cantor Galit Dadoun-Cohen.

Passover prods people of faith to ask tough questions, explains the cantor from Temple B’Nai Or.