A video invitation: Come to the Carnival at St. Margaret’s, Aug. 30

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Consider yourself invited! Rides, games, food and fun await you.

Someone up there must like these Morristown churches

Pastors Dave Smazik, left (Presbyterian Church) and Brandon Cho (Methodist) lead joint prayer service on the Green. Photo by Dave Sullivan

Three congregations came together Sunday on the Green for a warm communal service.

Free weddings for gay couples, July 12, Morristown Unitarian Fellowship

The Morristown Unitarian Fellowship. Photo: MUUF.org

Same-sex couples must obtain marriage licenses on Thursday to qualify for Sunday nuptials.

Community worship on the Morristown Green returns this Sunday, July 12

Summer worship services return to the Morristown Green.

Back for a third summer — join three local congregations for three communal services.

New chaplain helps Morristown firefighters count their blessings

Morristown Firefighter Bendel with new Fire Chaplain Father Hernan Arias. Photo by Berit Ollestad

This MHS grad becomes the first spiritual adviser for Morristown’s career firefighters in more than two decades.

Scenes from Big Greek Festival in Randolph

The 2015 Big Greek Festival in Randolph. Photo by Jeff Sovelove

Abundant food and festive dancing made for a spirited celebration of Greek culture.

Giant Yard Sale in Morristown on May 30th

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Find just what you’ve been looking for–while supporting some worthy causes.

Australian Archbishop to lead lecture series at St. Peter’s in Morristown

Archbishop Peter Carnley of Australia. Photo: Perth.Anglican.org

Described as ‘fearless,’ ‘incisive’ and ‘idiosyncratic,’ this prelate from Down Under will share his take on the Bible.

Morristown’s Presbyterian Church announces Saturday Sandy relief trips to Shore

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Want to help rebuild homes, and lives, at the Jersey Shore? Saturday volunteer trips start this week.

Seton Hall expert to dissect government reaction to clerical sex abuse, June 7 in Harding

Jo-Renee Formicola,

Sponsored by Voice of the Faithful NJ, this talk is free and open to all.