Summer mission at Morristown’s Presbyterian Church in full force

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Want to make a difference this summer? The Presbyterian Church in Morristown has missions to several places where people need your help.

Morristown church continues Sandy Relief work at the Shore

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Superstorm Sandy’s devastation remains real at the Shore. A Morristown church continues to lend a hand. Here’s how you can help.

Community worship on the Green, July 6

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Worship in the great outdoors at 10 am this Sunday, on the historic Morristown Green.

Independence Day historic tours at Morristown’s Presbyterian Church

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The Presbyterian Church has played a central role in Morristown’s history–it put the ‘historic’ in the Morristown Green. Learn how with a free church tour on Independence Day.

Busy weekend at the Presbyterian Church in Morristown

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A giant yard sale and a sendoff concert are this weekend’s highlights at the Presbyterian Church in Morristown.

Morris Plains synagogue first in Morris County designated ‘inclusion-friendly’ for disabled

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Adath Shalom in Morris Plains has achieved a noteworthy first.

Saluting WWII veteran Ann Renz, who keeps rolling at 100

Ann Renz attained the rank of captain in the Women's Army Corps in WWII. A member of the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship, she celebrated her 100th birthday in May. Photo courtesy MUF.

She graduated from Stanford. She served in World War II. She reinvented herself at Rutgers. She counseled patients at Greystone. She studied at Oxford as a senior citizen. Happy 100th birthday, Ann Renz.

‘RedeemerFest’ bringing free music, movies to Morristown, June 6-15

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Morristown’s Church of the Redeemer is throwing a free, 10-day party, ‘RedeemerFest,’ from June 6-15.

NJ students attend Mormon Prom for a ‘modest’ celebration


Hundreds of teens from North Jersey gathered in Morristown Saturday for a night celebrating modesty — the eighth annual “Mormon Prom.”

Author explores checkered past of race and religion in Morristown talk

Author James Cone speaks at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Morristown. Photo by Sharon Sheridan

How could white Christians condone the persecution of blacks for centuries in America? And how did African Americans persevere? A leading black theologian and author shared his frank observations recently in Morristown.