Tributes & Memorials
Remembering Gordon Clark
Bishop Janes UMC will remember Gordon Clark; funeral services will be held on November 9th at 11am in the Sanctuary. A small reception to follow in the Narthex. All are invited to the Clark home for an Open House 1pm-5pm.
Remembering Myrtle Martin
It is with great sorrow and shock that we share the loss of Myrtle. Myrtle passed away on October 26th. Her passion for charities and legacy on the mission’s team, Serve The World, has been remarkable. In addition to three mentioned in the obit, she and Art had a long ministry at Camp YDP in Patterson. With painstaking accuracy they tracked the Christmas star gift requests that adorned the Narthex tree. It became a passionate mission tradition at BJ for decades. In 2013 their 50th anniversary was celebrated as was the wedding of Matthew & Beth. But in July 2019 fireworks lit up the sky as tiny Estell was born premature to Heather and Rob. Blessings abound in God’s mysterious ways.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Myrtle's name to Doctor's Without Borders, PO Box 5030, Hagerstown, MD 21741-5030, Bishop Jane's United Methodist Church, 22 South Finley Ave, Basking Ridge NJ 07920, or Salvation Army, 95 Spring Street, Morristown, NJ 07960
Remembering Betty Moore
Elizabeth Stewart (Betty) Moore, 91 of Basking Ridge, NJ, passed away on July 6, 2019 at Fellowship Village.
A Celebration of Life will be held at Bishop Janes United Methodist Church in Basking Ridge on July 20th at 11:00am with Pastor Matt officiating. Burial will follow at Somerset Hills Cemetery for immediate Family. Gallaway and Crane Funeral Home handled the cremation.
Betty was born in Morristown, NJ to Ruth and Thomas Stewart on June 9, 1928. She graduated from Bernards High School. She loved to garden, cook, sew, and volunteer at numerous organizations. Betty was a member of the Millington Fire Company Auxiliary. She was very involved in her church. Some of the many church functions she was involved in are United Methodist Women, MSG group, quilters, library luncheons and the Bazaar. She just loved helping people.