Worship this Sunday outside on the Morristown Green with the Presbyterian Church and the United Methodist Church

Presbyterian Church on the Green

On Sunday, July 15, at 10 a.m., a casual service will be held “in the front yard” of The Presbyterian Church in Morristown, in the center of the Morristown Green. We join the Morristown United Methodist Church (MUMC) for summer Union Worship and invite the Morristown community to be a part of this unique outdoor worship event. Bring […]

Want something new for lunch? Try CELLObration at noon, at Morristown Presbyterian Church

Six cellos for the price of … none. You can’t beat that! Today, March 23, the FREE Fridays-on-the-Green series features six young cellists playing everything from Bach to Beatles, at the Presbyterian Church in Morristown, at 57 Park Place. They musicians are students of Marnie Kaller, a top cellist who performs frequently in Greater Morristown. […]

All in a day’s work: DC to the Green for singer Jayson Greenberg

Jayson Greenberg and Charity Wicks, from Fridays on the Green in Morristow. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

You think it’s hard singing the works of Robert Schumann in German? Try doing it after you’ve been driving since the crack of dawn from the nation’s capital. That’s what tenor Jayson Greenberg did on Friday, singing Dichterliebe at the Presbyterian Church’s lunchtime Fridays on the Green series after a 6 a.m. start from Washington, […]

Martin Luther King’s ‘Letter From a Birmingham Jail,’ discussion on Jan. 15 in Morristown

Parish House at the Presbyterian Church In Morristown

We must come to see that human progress never rolls in on wheels of inevitability. It comes through the tireless efforts and persistent work of men willing to be coworkers with God, and without this hard work time itself becomes an ally of the forces of social stagnation. -Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., August 1963 […]

Morris Township candidates forum, 7:30 pm in Morristown

Morris Township Republican committee candidates Dan Caffrey, a incumbent, and Andres Benvenuto flank Gov. Chris Christie.

If you live in Morris Township and don’t know who to vote for in next month’s township committee election (or if you don’t know who’s running), come to this evening’s candidates forum. It’s at 7:30 pm, Oct. 24, in the Presbyterian Parish House at 65 South St., Morristown, and it’s moderated by the League of […]

Video: The last church recital by Jim Hicks, who says farewell to Morristown’s Presbyterian Church on Sept. 11

On Sept. 11, Jim Hicks will conclude 26 years as music director of the Presbyterian Church in Morristown at a 10 a.m. service that will feature selections to commemorate the lives lost a decade ago on 9/11. The congregation sang Jim’s praises at his silver anniversary last year, and he wants to low-key his retirement […]

Video: Beat the heat, Morristown–it’s Christmas in July, with carols and Thomas Nast

"Merry Christmas" by Thomas Nast appeared in Harper’s Weekly, Jan. 3, 1885. Cover Illustration Macculloch Hall Historical Museum

Today is another scorcher. So let’s cool off with a Christmas carol. Angels From the Realms of Glory was performed on July 6 at the Presbyterian Church in Morristown as part of the American Guild of Organists convention. This video features John Walker (Peabody Conservatory of Music) on the organ; nearly 100 singers from area […]

Morristown Clergy Corner: The view from Joplin

THE TREES ARE GONE... There is no shade for relief workers in tornado-ravaged Joplin, Mo. Photo by Cindy Alloway

Members of the Presbyterian Church in Morristown recently traveled to tornado-ravaged Joplin, Mo., to help with the massive cleanup. They worked with the national Presbyterian disaster assistance department, the First Presbyterian Church in Joplin (www.fpcjoplin.org) and Americorps. See: http://gamc.pcusa.org/ministries/pda/ and www.americorps.gov. Here is the Rev. Cindy Alloway’s account of the devastation: By the Rev. Cindy […]

Video: Shoe leather pays off for organists, too, according to Morristown conference

We don’t know if organists have an equivalent to baseball’s legendary Shoeless Joe. The great ones actually leave tough shoes to fill, according to John Walker, who demonstrated his organic prowess at Morristown’s Presbyterian Church during the regional convention of the American Guild of Organists. Ballplayers, bowlers and ballerinas all need special shoes. So do […]

Need music for your fireworks show? Organist Carol Williams supplies some thunder from Morristown’s Presbyterian Church

Carol Williams at the Presbyterian Church in Morristown on July Fourth. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Not bad for a Brit. Carol Williams, a native of England, came to Morristown, military capital of the Revolution, and got Independence Day off to a rousing start with a concert that included this Sousa medley: Please click play button. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio […]