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

UPCOMING EVENTS AT FCC

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Sundays At FCC!

Links For Worship Service, Etc.


April 11th, 10:30am


Recorded Worship Service


Join Rev. Ann on Facebook Live before worship for a greeting at 10:30am this Sunday. Then join us for a beautiful pre-recorded worship service -- the worship service video will be available at 10:45am on our YouTube page.  Click here for the bulletin.


For Coffee Hour click on the link in the box below at 12:00 Noon.


* You can make a "Sunday Offering" or "2021 Sustaining Gift" HERE

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

(*For Zoom Worship Sundays just stay on the worship link!)

 

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! 

 

On Zoom Worship Sundays we will remain on the call for Zoom Coffee Hour ...but on other Sundays:

CLICK HERE at 12NOON

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!

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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!

Join FCC for a Virtual Bingo Night,

April 17! Sign Up Now!

Underground Church Via Zoom

Saturday April 24, 5pm

Please join us for Underground Church at 5 pm via Zoom! Together, we will talk, sing, and create sacred space that transcends the walls of our homes and remind us that no matter how much physical distance we maintain, we are never alone.

 

Like Jesus' early followers, we will gather together to ease our fears and loneliness by creating a community of love and trust. All are welcome!

Please join us by clicking HERE!

(If there are any issues with the link please email Rev. John at john.rogers28@gmail.com.)

NOW OPEN! Labyrinth Walks:


Weekly: Wednesdays 11am-1pm in the Sanctuary


and FIRST Saturday of each month: 11am-1pm

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 Via Zoom: Mondays at 7:30pm

Our method is to take our time and dig deeply into Scripture, bringing in cultural, historical, theological, and linguistic backgrounds and resources. We utilize Queries (questions posed for consideration and opening, not to garner answers) and cross-referencing. (There are occasional dives down theological or linguistic rabbit holes.) Participants are encouraged to have their favorite translation of the Bible with them.


Click HERE to join!  Meeting ID: 874 8676 2412
Passcode: 985645  
Phone only? Dial 646 558 8656 


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, or to receive zoom link:  jack@cuffari.com.