We are a congregation firmly committed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, but instead of insisting on any single interpretation we invite each other to share his or her own faith and spirituality so that the whole body may be nurtured mutually.

We are an Open and Affirming congregation welcoming persons of any age, race, sexual orientation, nationality, economic circumstance, or physical or mental ability.  "God accepts all the people...so do we."

Worship Services begin at 10 a.m. Holy Communion is celebrated on the 1st Sunday of every month. Children begin the morning in the sanctuary with their families and after the Children's Message they go with their teachers to Sunday School. Infant/toddler care provided every week.

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Pastor's Weekly Email - October 31

This coming Sunday is All Saints Sunday (November 1st is All Saints Day, but we celebrate it on the following Sunday) and as we gather, we will be very mindful of our part in the "communion of saints."   During our service, we will celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion, a time in which we are mindful of our sacred connection through Christ with church universal.  
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Sunday School News from the Springboard

The Sunday School children invite you to attend the Sunday School Marketplace following worship on November 2.  Each Sunday School class will be selling items that they have made in class.  The pre-K/K class will sell painted votive candle holders.  The first and second grade class table will feature wooden magnets.  For an autumnal treat, buy a caramel...

Halloween Party 2014

Continuing a youth group tradition, youth group members Lee Barrett, Katie Laster, and Jackson Roman, with the assistance of Mark and Tara Barrett, Pastor David, Amy Lynn, and Justin, Gregory, Abby, and Laurie Bleickardt, hosted a Halloween party for our Sunday school children on Sunday afternoon.  There were 20 children dressed as princesses, Cleopatra, aliens, Winnie the Pooh, a...

UCC Workshop: Social Justice and Faith-Based Organizing, Sat. Nov 15, 9:30-1:30

Amos 5:24: But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream
First Congregational Church in Meriden
62 Colony Street, Meriden, CT 06451
Free parking in the lot beside the church
 
         The CT Conference, UCC, invites you to come learn about faith-based community...

Sunday School E-news - October 2014

Laurie shares news about the upcoming marketplace, Halloween party, Nurturing our Church Home, and countdown...

Congregational Meeting, October 19th, 2014

A message from the Senior Pastor Search Committee

We would like to thank everyone who gave up part of a beautiful Fall day to work with us last Sunday during the first of two congregational meetings. We had around 50 participants for this first hour-long meeting, which produced a great deal of useful information that we will be able to refer to while building the church profile over...