During the program season (Fall, Winter, and Spring):
Family Service: Sundays at 9:00 am in the sanctuary
Sundays at 10:00 am between services, all are invited to Christian Education classes and coffee hour in Rodda Hall
Communion Service: Sundays at 11:00 am in the sanctuary
During the summer months we invite you to a single Sunday service at 10:00 am in Rodda Hall.
ALL ARE WELCOME AT COMMUNION
Church Office Hours
The church office is open Monday through Friday,
10:00 am-2:00 pm.
Please call at (973) 635-7740
Online giving is an easy way to make your contribution to Chatham UMC without writing checks. Click below to sign up for online donations! You may also download the United Methodist giving app for your phone!
Our Richard Rohr Discussion Group will meet the third Wednesday of each month from 7:30 - 8:30 PM at the Chatham United Methodist Church. We will share reflections on Fr. Richard's daily emails from the prior week; as well as some videos and webcasts from Richard Rohr.
Conversation and spiritual practices will be facilitated by our Senior Pastor, the Rev. Jeff Markay.
2018 Gatherings: January 17, (Not in February) March 21, April 18, May 16
Please feel free to forward this invitation on to your circle of friends who might be interested. All are welcome!
To sign up to participate, please click on the button below to use the Sign-Up Genius.
Thanks Chatham UMC, Chatham Methodist Preschool-CMP and Chatham Community for your help in collecting 500 pounds of plastic bags!
We have met our goal! This takes roughly 500,000 plastic bags out of the ecosystem. The ultimate goal is to eliminate the need for plastic bags by using re-usable bags. The next Bags to Benches drop of location is St. Patrick Parish: 41 OLIVER ST. CHATHAM, NJ 07928
Thank you for helping us care for the Creation!
5th Annual Abraham Interfaith Luncheon
Wednesday, April 25th • 12 noon - 2:00 PM
Chatham United Methodist Church: Rodda Hall
Leaders from the Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Traditions will share what they appreciate about each other's faith traditions. This example and exercise of humble appreciation of the other may be what God uses to build bridges of friendship and respect that the world so desperately longs for. Delicious Turkish food will be prepared by the Peace Islands Institute. Kosher and Halal options will be available. Rodda Hall is limited to the first 100 people to RSVP. To register, please click on the registration button below.