ONLINE Worship Resources
Facebook LIVE Link
For worship on this Sunday, September 27th, you have the option to gather:
In-person and physically distant, wearing a mask over mouth & nose.
on Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/First-Congregational-Church-164305346921127
You DO NOT need a Facebook account to watch the LIVE service!
Simply click on the link above at 10am.
No Coffee Hour this week.
Worship for September 27th from 10-10:30am
"Trusting God's Hawk-like Vision"
This week, we will gather in-person, physically distanced at Binnie Media parking lot on 4 Church Street Street, the site of the second building of First Congregational Church.
The worship service will be 30 minutes long.
If you are gathering with us in-person, please follow the following rules:
1) A mask must be worn over mouth and nose at all times.
2) A minimum of 10 ft distance must be maintained between family groups.
3) Once the worship service is completed, everyone is asked to leave the site. The 290th Annual Meeting will start at 11:30am on Zoom.
--There is no seating available. If you need to sit down, you will need to bring your own chair.
--There will be no printed bulletins available. If you would like a printed bulletin, you will need to bring your own copy (Click on the PDF link above).
--We will not pass a basket for the Offering, but you are invited to place your offering in the basket as you leave.
We are honored and humbled by any gifts we receive for the ministry of our church. We thank you in advance for contributing to our ability to make a difference in the world.
Giving By Check
Make check out to:
“First Cong. Church, Concord”
and Mail to:
First Congregational Church
c/o Financial Secretary
177 N. Main Street
Concord, NH 03301
Please put in the memo line, which ministry you are giving to -->
Here are the current ministries we are collecting for:
1. General Fund - to continue to pay for our staff, programing, and future dreaming about all that God is inviting First Church to become.
2. Zimbabwe - Our sister church in Harare, and the rest of the country, in addition to dealing with Covid-19 is living through a drought and dealing with intense food shortages.
3. Neighbors in Need - is a special mission offering of the United Church of Christ that supports ministries of justice and compassion throughout the United States (One of the UCC 5 for 5 annual offerings.)