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Ahmadi Family Picnic a Wonderful Success!
From Rev. David's sermon, September 18, 2022
"If our capacity for feeling within what others feel–if our compassion for hurt and loss near and far–leads us to amend our ways and doings, if it causes us to care for the stranger, the orphan, and the widow, then the losses we suffer will not also mean the loss of God’s presence among us. Illness will not end, and tragedy will not end; it will always be tragic to lose someone. But despair can end, hopelessness can end, violence between people, iniquities between us can be ended."
IN PERSON WORSHIP CONTINUES; ZOOM SERVICE RESUMES.
First Congregational Church continues in-person Sunday services at 10AM, masks optional. Sunday Zoom has resumed. Access the service at this link.
Ahmadi Family Picnic a Wonderful Success! Read details and see photos here.
SNEUCC Leaders: Overturn of Roe v. Wade 'Unjust and Dehumanizing '
Read entire letter by Rev. James D. Ross II
Minister for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion here
Eleventh Hour Bell Ringing for Climate Change
Congregants from the Congregational Church and St John's Episcopal Church and friends gather and ring their bells for eleven minutes on the eleventh day of each month at 11AM, joining with religious groups across the country and beyond to express our hope and determination that together we can act boldly to address the climate crisis, now in its eleventh hour.
Come join us Tuesday, October 11.
Creating Community, Welcoming All