New Offerings: Centering Prayer and Spiritual Direction

Centering Prayer and Spiritual Direction are contemplative practices that transform us from seeking God to experiencing God, from thinking about God to living in the awareness of the divine presence within us and surrendering to the divine will of this Indwelling God. 

"Disability and Faith" Series

This coming Sunday, October 19th, guest preacher and teacher, Heather Webster will be joining us.  She has been advocating for her children for the past decade.

The Great Halloween Candy Tithe

Generosity leads to JOY!, and here at St. Paul's, Halloween is an opportunity for generosity.  After "trick or treating" on the 31st, pour the candy onto a table or floor, and notice how generously people have given to you!  Next, place the candy in 10 separate piles, with 1 of those piles (10%) going as an offering in Church on Youth Sunday, November 2nd.  The candy will be sent to college kids in a care package and donated to the Morris County Interfaith Food Pantry.  Everyone can experience the joy of sharing our abundance! 

Turkey Drive

Turkey Drive

Bring a turkey to church! Turkeys (fresh, frozen, tofurkey or even ham!) will be collected on November 9th for the Interfaith Food Pantry. Help create a Happy Thanksgiving for the less fortunate in Morris County.

Turkey Drive

Welcome to St. Paul's, Chatham!

St. Paul's Cross and Sign
St. Paul's Cross and Sign

We are a Christ-centered congregation that includes families and individuals of all ages. As a vibrant church community, we emphasize spiritual growth, fellowship, celebration and service. St. Paul's is marked by strong lay leaders, pastoral care, hospitality and thought-provoking programs. We have a long tradition of outreach, inclusiveness and service to our parish, local community and the world. We hope you will join us for Sunday services to experience for yourself the fellowship of Christ.

Upcoming Events

Turkey Drive
Sunday, November 9:
Bring a turkey to church! Turkeys (fresh, frozen, tofurkey or even ham!) will be collected on November 9th for the Interfaith Food Pantry. Help create a Happy Thanksgiving for the less fortunate in Morris County. Read more