Community Life

Chair Yoga Returns to LCC


Beginning October 11 Chair Yoga will return to Ledyard Congregational Church!  This is a fun, low impact form of yoga that is practiced while sitting on a chair, or standing and using a chair for support.  Great for all ages!  […]

Chair Yoga Returns to LCC2018-08-29T09:27:53+00:00

Church Members Beyond the Sanctuary


Members of our congregation are engaged in community activities that help those in need. Whether it is through the Ledyard Food Pantry, having a “Baby Shower” to assist the Child and Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut, CROP Walk, or giving […]

Church Members Beyond the Sanctuary2018-04-11T09:27:12+00:00

Women’s Fellowship



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, […]

Women’s Fellowship2017-08-03T15:17:11+00:00

Rise and Shine Campaign


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 […]

Rise and Shine Campaign2018-01-06T15:45:59+00:00

Church Council


The Church Council works to visualize the entire task of the church. It does this by soliciting and monitoring the goals and objectives.  The Council coordinates the work of the various Boards and Committees and is responsible for maintaining good […]

Church Council2018-01-06T12:20:03+00:00

Open and Affirming Statement


In 2011, our church adopted a resolution to be an “Open and Affirming” congregation.  Here is the statement agreed upon:

“There is no longer Jew or Greek, there is no longer slave or free, there is no longer male and female; […]

Open and Affirming Statement2018-01-06T12:21:59+00:00

Fat Sunday Revelries


Fat Sunday 2014 was celebrated in some new, unusual ways, both during worship and after!  The congregation was treated to an enthusiastic Flash Mob rendition of “O When the Saints go Marching in”.  At a random, unmarked point in worship, […]

Fat Sunday Revelries2016-03-13T15:06:42+00:00