Worship & Church
School at 10am
on Sundays

427 Franklin Road
Denville, NJ 07834
Phone: 973-361-9020
Fax: 973-361-9160

 

 

 

We invite you to share with us in:

Service of Worship on Sunday mornings at 10AM. We also invite you to attend special services such as Christmas Eve Candlelight Services, Ash Wednesday and Maundy Thursday. We also participate in community wide ecumenical services.

The Lord’s Supper usually celebrated on the first Sunday of each month, Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, and on other special days throughout the year.

Church School for children and youth, Sundays at 10am. An excellent staff of volunteer teachers lead our classes. Child Care is provided for little ones during worship. Our annual Children’s program at Christmas is one of the highlights of the year.

Women's Association invites all women to join them for special events throughout the year.

Salt & Light Choir invites all teens/preteens in 6th – 12th grade to join them. This choir sings in church and at community events and locations throughout the year.

Coffee Hour follows worship every Sunday to provide an opportunity for fellowship and refreshment.

Church Choir sings regularly in our services of worship and special programs. All who enjoy singing are welcome. Youngsters are invited to join the Youth Choir.

Youth Group meets regularly throughout the year for a variety of activities both within the church and presbytery-wide.

Scouting through Cub Scout Pack 99 which we sponsor. Many of the Dens meet in our Christian Education building.

Men’s Ministry Group meets every Saturday morning to learn and share fellowship through readings, questions and discussions.

Fellowship opportunities are plentiful, through group projects and recreational activities planned throughout the year.

Leadership & Volunteer opportunities
To learn more about leadership and volunteer opportunities at Union Hill Church, see our Leadership Guide

Our Mission & Structure

Mission is supported by our congregation through the mission programs of Newton Presbytery, the Synod of the Northeast and the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) as well as local projects, such as the Denville food pantry.

The Session is the governing body of the church, an important expression of our Presbyterian heritage and identity. The Session is composed of nine Elders and the Pastor, who serves as Moderator. Elders are members of the congregation who are elected to three year terms, and are ordained to their work of service.

The Board of Deacons guides the compassionate ministries of the church. Deacons are elected by the congregation, and are ordained to the Diaconal ministry. Their mission includes, but is not limited to, contacting members in need or with special concerns, maintaining a tape ministry that offers recordings of worship services to people who are sick or homebound, and help with transportation to and from Church.

Membership includes the privileges of voting on important matters, electing officers and serving on church boards. If you are interested in learning more about membership, please contact the pastor.

If want to learn more about the governing and organizational structure of the Presbyterian Church, visit the official web site for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)