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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.

  • This Week….
      We continue our indoor worship services this Sunday, November 1 at 9:30 am in Riley Hall.  HOWEVER, we strongly encourage anyone who is elderly or has a preexisting condition...
  • Virtual Services are available to all
    During this hiatus from holding church services in the church building, The Reverend Doctor John Terry will be conducting virtual services.  We encourage you to visit our YouTube channel (search for...
  • New to our church?
    If you would like to find out more about our church, read our latest Spire newsletter and listen to our worship services on YouTube.  You can also find out more...
  • FCC Silver Street Thrift Shop
    The FCC Silver Street Thrift Shop is closed in accordance with CoViD19 protocols.  When the state tells us it's safe, we will resume operations on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10...

Upcoming Events 

9:30 am, November 1 - Worship in person or on-line! On this Communion and All Saints Sunday, Rev. John Terry has prepared a message entitled Reforming Faith, using Matthew 23:1-2 as the scripture for the message. The sermon is available on our website.  Anyone with concerns about the pandemic is invited to email Reverend Terry at

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Meeting ID: 933 7534 9480; Password: 006430

WEDNESDAY HOUR OF FELLOWSHIP meets at 2:00 pm.  Go to; Meeting ID: 584 865 4652; Password: 531416

SILVER STREET THRIFT SHOP is open 10-2 on Saturday.

THE OUTREACH AND SERVICE COMMITTEE gave $1000 toward Medical Debt Relief for medical care workers and first responders.  A UCC Conference-wide fundraising campaign in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, along with a contribution from the UCC National Setting, raised over $200,000. The gifts were sent to the New-York based nonprofit RIP Medical Debt, which bought up debt for pennies on the dollar. This collaborative effort has abolished $8.4 million in New England and another $17.8 million across the United States.

ANNUAL THANKSGIVING INGATHERING:  The Hanover VNA would like us to contribute gift cards to local grocery stores.  Please make your donations of gift cards by November 15.  You may place them in the offering plate or mail them to the church office.  Please make sure that your name is connected to the gift card, so that we can record your charitable donation for tax purposes.

JOYS and CONCERNS: Please email the church office with your life changes so that we can lift you up in prayer.                      

The church is now on YouTube where the weekly worship services are posted.  Click here to go to the church YouTube channel.