Currently all on-site church programming (EXCEPT WEDNESDAY LABYRINTH WALKS) is suspended until further notice due to the outbreak of COVID-19 


Stay up to date with what's going on!

Sundays At FCC!

Links For Worship Service, Etc.

10:30am: Rev. John will be live on Facebook  to receive your prayers.

10:45am: You may find our latest recorded worship service video HERE. The bulletin can be found HERE.

12:00Noon: Coffee Hour Zoom (see link below)

Join your FCC family for a Zoom Coffee hour this Sunday at 12noon!

To join in, all you have to do is click the link below at 12noon and we'll gather together on Zoom.  Then at 12:10 we will be randomly broken into small groups to have 30 minutes of conversation with our FCC friends.  Bring your favorite coffee hour snack and settle in for a lovely time to reconnect. We hope you'll see old friends and perhaps make some new ones! 


CLICK HERE at 12NOON on Sundays

In order to keep our meeting secure, please put in this passcode when prompted: 428226

PLEASE NOTE: The breakout rooms will begin at 12:10 -- anyone joining the call after that will not be able to participate.  So please be on time!


New to Zoom?  CLICK HERE for an easy video to get you started!  This is an experiment for us and we know there will be glitches so please be patient!  We looking forward to seeing you on Sunday!

Underground Church, Saturday July 25, 5pm via Zoom Teleconferencing

Please join us for Underground Church via Zoom! Together, we will talk, sing, and create sacred space that transcends the walls of our homes.  Like Jesus' early followers, we will gather together to ease our fears and loneliness by creating a community of love and trust.

To take part in Underground Church:

Please get to your computer, phone, or tablet (with camera installed) at 4:55 pm on Saturday and click this link:


Please enter the password: 606736. Our meeting ID is 843 3000 1818.  Say yes to any downloads—sometimes the software is pre-loaded, sometimes you have to download the software to begin. If you have technical difficulties with videoconferencing or would prefer telephone, dial +1 929 436 2866.
Together, we will create a sacred space to share, and to hold on to, that will remind us that no matter how much physical distance we maintain, we are never alone.  Our space will be virtual, but no less sacred.  All are welcome!

Join us (via Zoom) Thursday, August 27, at 7:00pm for our next FCC Book Club conversation

Our next book club selection is "The Vanishing Half" by Brit Bennett.


"A story of absolute, universal timelessness ...For any era, it's an accomplished, affecting novel. For this moment, it's piercing, subtly wending its way toward questions about who we are and who we want to be...." - Entertainment Weekly

From The New York Times-bestselling author of The Mothers, a stunning new novel about twin sisters, inseparable as children, who ultimately choose to live in two very different worlds, one black and one white.

FCC Member Julie Matz-Rees is facilitating this group.  Instructions will be sent out in advance as to how to easily download Zoom. 


Please contact Julie to RSVP by Monday, July 27th:



Weekly Labyrinth Walks:

Wednesdays 11:00am - 1:00pm in the Sanctuary

Take your soul for a walk on the labyrinth.  We are pleased to offer labyrinth walks each Wednesday in the mid-day as a chance to connect with your soul in our beautiful sanctuary. 

Social distancing will be observed with one walker at a time on the labyrinth and specially designated pews for prayer and meditation. We look forward to welcoming you back.

The labyrinth is an ancient spiritual tool , a mode of “walking prayer” that invites us to go deeper in our walk with God.  Our labyrinth, modeled on one in Chartes Cathedral in France, sits as the center of our Sanctuary, a constant metaphor for our spiritual lives.  Just like the labyrinth, our lives are not linear, but filled with twists and turns.  Sometimes we make great progress, and other times we feel we are going backwards.  But if we trust in the path we will find ourselves in the center -- the heart of God.

All are welcome to take their souls out for a healing walk... no experience necessary!  Check out this lovely write up on Baristanet from the Spring 2014.

Watch this video to find out more about walking the labyrinth. If you’ve never done so come out one Wednesday evening and give it a try. It is a wonderful way to nourish your soul and spend some quiet time in prayer or meditation.

Slow Motion Adult Bible Study is on Hiatus Through the Summer


We will resume in the fall.

Our study will be led by Rev. Jack Cuffari. First Congregational Church UCC of Haworth (which Rev. Jack serves as interim pastor) and First Congregational Church of Montclair members will combine into one class.    Email Rev. Jack with any questions: