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This is a come-when-you can group. Sometimes the conversation flows from one week to the next, but it’s easy to jump in if you haven’t been for a while. This fall, we’ll use a short video series to start the conversation. The coffee’s always ready by 8:45, so grab a mug and settle in.
Tuesdays at 7:00 at FCC (except the first Tuesday of each month) This fall, we’ll read and discuss Sacred Signposts: Words, Water, and Other Acts of Resistance, by Benjamin Dueholm. The book explores the importance of Christian practices – like communion, worship, confession, and baptism – in ordinary, everyday life. Pick up a copy wherever... Read More →
On the first Sunday of each month we gather at 5:30 for a simple, all-generations potluck dinner. A host family provides the main dish, others bring a side to share. After dinner, the elementary school kids have a Bible lesson and activities, and childcare is offered for kids preschool and younger. A program for grown-ups... Read More →
NYP. You might think it stands for New York Pizza (yum, pizza!), but we’re talking about the Neighborhood Youth Project. Churches are teaming up—Congregational United Church of Christ and First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)—for a neighborhood youth group. Every first and third Sunday of the month*, middle school and high school youth will meet... Read More →
Primarily geared to the interests of folks who are 50-55+, this group meets on the second Wednesday of each month for lunch and a program. Contact the church office for more info and to RSVP for meals. Here’s an overview of the program: Sept. 12 Covered dish at Tebows’ lake house * Oct. 10... Read More →
Come out and enjoy singing familiar songs and learning new music with a dozen or so of your best First Christian friends! We have fun while learning to blend our voices as one in praise to the living God who delights in Psalms and hymns raised up by God’s people. Enjoy singing such new anthems... Read More →
Advent is a time between times, when the reality of the Christian life is revealed in a way we rarely see during other times of the year. Even as we rejoice in Emmanuel, God with us, we look forward to the day when Christ will come again, bringing hope to our despair and light to... Read More →