The Presbyterian Church in Morristown is led by committed members and professionals who believe in serving Christ and the community at large.
Rev. Daniel Vigilante is a lifelong Presbyterian – and the grandson of a Presbyterian pastor. He grew up in Morris Plains and graduated from Morristown High School in 1995. Discerning a call to ministry from an early age, he went straight to seminary after college, earning a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary in 2004. He is currently working toward his Doctor of Ministry at Duke Divinity School. He has served congregations in New Jersey, California, and Minnesota.
Daniel has a heart for leading God’s people in worship that is engaging, approachable, and true to our Reformed tradition. His passion is to help churches grow in faith, in mission, and in number by reaching out and connecting with the community in new and dynamic ways – sharing the love of God in Jesus Christ in word and action.
When not in church, he loves to travel, hike, paint, read, cook, and snowboard. Daniel and his husband James are living in the manse here in Morristown and have a dog named Freddie.
(973) 538-1776 Ext. 2015
Rev. Audrey Webber (she/her) serves as the Covenant Supply Associate Pastor in Morristown, where she oversees pastoral care, adult education, mission and outreach, and community and membership. She is a cradle Presbyterian and has spent most of her life in New York City. She graduated from Hunter College with her bachelor’s double majoring in Religious Studies and Art History. She graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary with her MDiv focusing on pastoral care. She is also currently in the PhD program in Practical Theology at the University of Glasgow, where she focuses on theology and the visual arts.
Being with people is her passion, especially in the context of the church, preferably over anything chocolate or mac and cheese! She is also committed to using the arts and creative programming in all of her work and has had the opportunity to involve this creativity in her previous churches, including most recently at the First Presbyterian Church in the City of New York, as well as in her leadership in the NYC Presbytery. In her free time, Audrey loves a chance to create art, write, root for the Yankees, visit museums, watch some 1930s and ’40s movies, and spend time with her husband Woodie, who is a full-time artist (you will see him plein air painting around Morristown!) and their 3-year-old son Russell.
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Matthew Webb is a conductor, pianist, and voice coach in the metropolitan New York City area. He is the Director of Music at The Presbyterian Church in Morristown, where he leads a vibrant music ministry for people of all ages. At PCM, he directs the Chancel Choir, the Men’s Ensemble, the Chancel Ringers, and the Ringers on the Green.
Matt holds undergraduate degrees in music and philosophy from Wake Forest University, and the Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in Choral Conducting from the University of North Carolina (Greensboro). He completed post-doctoral studies in conducting and liturgy at St Stephen’s House at the University of Oxford (UK). Matt has worked in Presbyterian, Episcopal, and United Methodist congregations, where he built choral and instrumental programs for children, youth and adults. He has served on the faculties of Drew University and Drew Theological School (NJ), Elon University (NC), UNC Greensboro, and the UNC School of the Arts. Matt has worked extensively as a collaborative pianist and choral conductor, performing at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and throughout the US and Europe. He is a member of the American Choral Directors’ Association, the Royal School of Church Music, the Presbyterian Association of Musicians, and the American Guild of Organists.
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Alexandra was installed as Director of Christian Education in August 2010. She oversees children’s and adult education programs, including Church School and Midweek for ages K-5. Previously at PCM, she volunteered as a teacher and served as Interim Coordinator of Children’s Ministries. Alexandra graduated from Lafayette College with a BA in government and law. She has served on the board of Family Services of Morris County and is a member of the Junior League of Morristown. She and her husband, David, have three children who are all active in the church.
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Patrick has been with the Presbyterian Church in Morristown since 2019 and has over ten years of youth ministry experience in New Jersey, Oklahoma, and Texas. He has a B.A. in Bible and Ministry and a Master of Divinity from the Oklahoma Christian University in Edmond, Oklahoma. Patrick loves working with middle and high school students, confirmands, and their families, particularly discussing topics of faith and volunteering on mission trips and service projects together. His wife, Hannah Faye Allred, serves as the Pastor at the Kitchell Memorial Presbyterian Church in East Hanover, NJ. They have two children, Henry and Jane.
(973) 538-1776 Ext. 2018
Jeanne Mueller has been the Director of the PCM Nursery School since August 2015. She was a teacher at the school for ten years and a member of the Advisory Board. The Nursery School has six staff members teaching classes that provide an outstanding early childhood experience for children ages 2.5 years through age 5. Jeanne has two children, a daughter who is a teacher in Indianapolis and a son who is a 2023 graduate of the University of Oregon. Both of her children attended the Nursery School. Jeanne and her staff help to continue the level of excellence that has been established at the school.
(973) 540-1114 Ext. 2023
Paul joined PCM in 2021 with a financial services background. Most recently, he worked at Morgan Stanley focusing on operational improvement, business analytics, and business management. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Industrial Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology. Paul and his wife Dorothy have three children and live in Ridgewood, NJ.
(973) 538-1776 Ext. 2014
Kay Smith comes to us from Drew University where she spent fifteen years in the Admissions Department. Kay lives in Convent Station and has three grown children and recently became a first time grandmother.
(973) 538-1776 Ext. 2010
Kristo Pango joined the church staff as sexton at the Parish House in October 2013. He maintains the buildings and grounds and provides support at events and services. Kristo and his family came to the U.S. from Albania in 2008. He and his wife Argjiro have three children. In Albania, Kristo was a pastor at the Way of Hope Evangelical Baptist Church. He came to witness to fellow Albanians who now live in the New York and New Jersey area. He feels that working as a sexton at our church, in a Christian environment, will help him in his mission to reach out to others and plant churches in Albanian communities.
(973) 538-1776 Ext. 2010 (main office)
Henry lives in Millington with his wife, Judy and a border collie, Gilbert. In the past he has worked as a high school choral teacher, a corporate tax accountant, a bookkeeper, and a Church Treasurer. He is also a musician who plays piano and a few other instruments and he is an active member of the Rose City Running Club. Henry can usually be found in the office on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
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Amanda comes from a deep marketing background, focusing on experience, connection, and engagement. She graduated from Emerson College (Boston) with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing Communications and from Saint Elizabeth University (Morristown) with a Master’s in Organizational Change Management.
On the weekend, you will find Amanda reading a good book, riding her motorcycle, planning her next trip to Ireland, or trying to get her husband AJ, their two kids and three dogs to stay still for a photo. Send help.
(973) 538-1776 Ext. 2021
The ministry of the Board of Deacons is one of compassion, witness, service, and sharing in the redeeming love of Jesus Christ for the poor, the hungry, the sick, or anyone in distress. Our deacons, who serve a three-year term, work with the staff to provide pastoral care and outreach to members who are homebound or have other needs that call for special attention.
An important part of Presbyterian tradition is to provide persons with particular gifts to share in discernment of God’s Spirit and governance of God’s people. The Session is comprised of those called into this ministry and elected as elders. An Elder is a lay person charged with serving as an administrator or ordained to an office. They may also serve in preaching or pastoral roles. Together with the pastors, the Session governs the church, providing leadership, spiritual discernment, and guidance.