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On Wednesday evenings in the Social Hall (below the sanctuary: “basement”), a motley crew of come-as-you-are musicians get together and come up with music to play for worship or other church events. At various times, there will be an acoustic […]
In mid-2017, our congregation voted overwhelmingly to try a bold experiment: suspend the by-laws for a year, during which time the Council will try a number of different organizational structures with the goal of minimizing governance to maximize enthusiastic participation […]
Our denomination, the United Church of Christ (UCC), was formed in 1957 by the merger of the Congregational Christian Churches and the Evangelical and Reformed Church. Each of those two demonimations had merged earlier, being four originally: the Congregational, Christian, […]
Women’s Fellowship is responsible for the church’s kitchen, for receptions, for special events like Strawberry Supper, Red Sleigh Bazaar and Grandma’s Attic. They raise money for charitable causes, […]
The Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island Conferences of the United Church of Christ voted decisively on Saturday, June 17, to move ahead toward forming a new combined Conference, so that they may have a stronger voice speaking for justice and […]
In Spring of 2017 we stepped-up our commitment to the environment by installing solar panels on the roof over the offices and long hallway. We are very pleased to be able to help save God’s beautiful world in this way. […]
We love having your children in church, they are part of God’s family too!
Children’s worship bulletins and crayons are available from the greeters. Because children don’t necessarily understand all that occurs during a worship service, we have a subscription to […]
In 2015 we began brainstorming new ways in which our church could reach out to our community. The premise of the discussion was that we wanted to do whatever we could to improve our missions and programs, while embracing our core […]
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