Sunday, November 18 @ 10:30 am there will be a food celebration of God's multi-layered grace with multi-layered foods being served.

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Don't miss the sermon series in November and December based on Barbara Brown Taylor's bestselling book

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Our vision statement – We strive to be a church that welcomes all and empowers all in Christ to share their God given talents.

  • Heroes of Faith Bible Study
    Meeting Life’s Challenges with Faith and Coping Skills.  Every Monday at 10:30 am and 7:30 pm in the pastor’s office in Riley Hall, 17 Silver Street, Rev. Eric will take a...
  • Rev. Eric’s Published Articles
    Rev. Eric has had his reflections on theological, political, and ethical matters published in print and online in local, regional, and even large urban newspapers like the Boston Globe.  Click...
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    If you would like to find out more about our church read our latest Spire newsletter, listen to an inspiring message by Reverend Eric or take a few minutes to...
  • FCC Silver Street Thrift Shop
    The FCC Silver Street Thrift Shop is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 am-2 pm. Come and check us out downstairs in Riley Hall! Check out the church Facebook page by clicking here...

Upcoming Events

Rev. Stroshine is doing a sermon series using scriptures and Barbara Brown Taylor’s New York Times bestselling book, An Altar in the World.    The sermon series will examine meaningful ways to see the sacred in small things we do, and learn about coping skills that will allow us to deal with the challenges of life and find strength and joy in our journeys.  This Sunday, November 11, at worship the focus will be on the parable of  the talents.  The message is entitled, “The Practice of Living with Purpose and Forgiveness” and is based on chapter 7 of Taylor’s book. The scripture will be Matthew 25:14-30.

Monday Bible Study on Meeting Life’s Challenges with Faith and Coping Skills.  Every Monday at 10:30 am and 7:30 pm in the pastor’s office in Riley Hall, 17 Silver Street, Rev. Eric will take a look at the lives of some of the heroes of the faith, how they coped with life’s challenges, and what we can learn from their lives in coping with our own challenges.

Support the church’s mission to purchase a new organ by eating at Bertucci’s Italian Restaurant in Hingham on Thursday, November 15 from 11-9.  Just show the wait staff this coupon and between 15% to 25% of your bill will be donated to purchasing a new organ.  The coupon can be used for dine-in, carry-out, and delivery.

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A big thanks to all who helped with the church fair and bought items at the fair.  Over $8,400 was raised for the ministries of the church!

As a wonderful supplement to the Stewardship Teams focus on grace and Rev. Eric’s sermon series and Bible studies on coping skills the church is making available Barbara Brown-Taylor’s New York Times Bestselling book, An Altar in the World: A Geography of Faith.  Rev. Taylor, considered one of the top ten preachers in the United States, shares how we can see grace filled moments in our daily lives and learn to develop coping skills so we can pay attention, slow down, and find joy in the world we live in. The book is available at the reduced cost of $10.00 a copy.  You can sign up for a copy of the book on Sunday morning or by emailing Rev Eric.