Morristown church hosting back-to-school talent show, Sept. 4

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Start the school year by showing off your talent.

An ‘inconvenient faith’ with deep roots shares the Morristown Green, Aug. 7

The Rev. Alexander H. Newton wrote 'Out of the Briars' in 1910. Photo courtesy of Bethel A.M.E. Church

When three churches gather on Sunday, they will continue a 170-year tradition that ‘transcends race, class, gender’ and other differences.

Interfaith Prayer Vigil for Peace and Justice in Morristown

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Interfaith prayer vigil for peace and justice planned in Morristown

‘Police need to police themselves’ : Video of Black Lives Matter march through Morristown

‘Police need to police themselves’ : Video of Black Lives Matter march through Morristown

Video of a local march responding to a tumultuous week in America.

Black Lives Matter march in Morristown protests police shootings across country

Police Chief Pete Demnitz (yellow hat) escorts demonstrators down South Street. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

‘All we’re saying is we want our lives to matter as much as anybody else’s,’ said an organizer.

Continue the July 4th Revolutionary Times celebration with historic church and graveyard tours

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Cross the street from the Independence Day celebration on the Green for free tours of the church sanctuary and Revolutionary-era graveyard of The Presbyterian Church in Morristown.

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.