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The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township Celebrates the Confirmation Class of 2018

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Confirmation Class 2018 of the Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township
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Nineteen youth members of The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township (PCCT) were confirmed on Sunday, May 20th. The PCCT Confirmation Class of 2018 includes ninth graders from schools throughout the area, including Chatham High, Madison High, Summit High, Delbarton, Pingry, Morristown Beard, and Oak Knoll.

The Confirmands spent the last 9 months involved in three areas of learning: Faith, Action, and Commitment. In addition to attending classes and worship services, the students completed 10 hours of community service, which included harvesting vegetables for America’s Grow-A-Row, sorting food items at the New Jersey Community Food Bank, and making and serving meals to people who are homeless.

The newest members of PCCT are Anna Butler, Jack Crowley, Will Duff, Cole Ekert, Theo Errig, Peter Kearney, Kyle LoBosco, Molly McCann, Oliver McGrath, Zack Medina, Samantha Murphy, Rachel Nollkamper, Taylor Olson, Olivia Omelczuk, Jay Pruitt, Lucas Reasons, Claire Rubacky, Livvy Von Heill, and Henry Wood.

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The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township is a vibrant, multi-generational congregation that celebrates the glory of God through faith, fellowship, and service. Drawing members from three counties and more than 20 communities, it welcomes all, whether you are a young family, a single adult, or a couple with grown children.

The congregation reflects diverse perspectives, provides rich music and educational programs for all ages, and through social outreach addresses hunger, homelessness and recovery from disasters or other crises. The church is located at 240 Southern Boulevard. If you are interested in becoming a member or learning more, visit us at www.pcct-nj.org or call the church office at 973-635-2340.  

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