Church News

Please help keep Blessings Box stocked!

The Outreach Committee has stocked the new Blessings Box, located near the church driveway exit.


The Blessings Box (also known as a Free Little Pantry in some communities), is a tool for neighbors to help neighbors. The box will be stocked with an assortment of items, including nonperishable foods, baby diapers and supplies, as well as basic household supplies and personal care items.


The box is a place community members may take something they need or donate something for others. All can be done at one’s convenience, and anonymously. Donations may also be left in the basket in the church foyer. All items must be sealed and within expiration dates.

Special thanks to the owners at Shag Bark for their generosity with a discount on the materials for the box, as well as assembly of the box.

Take a blessing, bring a blessing, be a blessing!

Cub Scout Scholarship Fund

Please consider helping a kid or two or three with camp, uniforms and books. See Alice Csere for more information. 

Mission Opportunities

  • Covenant Food Kitchen meal service (see Tana Handwerk)
  • Wounded Warrrior Project-The cost is $19 per month. If you would like to sign up for a month in memory or in honor of a veteran of the Armed Services, please see the sheet on the upstairs bulletin board.
  • Community Luncheon- each Friday, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. (see Evelyn Taggart)
  • Carolyn Schaefer Prayer Shawl Ministry-Knitters and crocheters always needed. Contact a deacon if you'd like to help or if you know of someone in need of a comforting shawl.

Fill the Food Basket!

Find the basket in the church foyer. We will collect any non-perishable food, baby items and personal hygiene items. Overflow from the Blessings Box will be donated to the Colchester Food Bank.  

Hospitality and Card Greetings

  • Someone need a card to cheer them up? Gerrie Dawson is willing to send a card.
  • Someone ill and in need of a special meal? Check with Nan Wasniewski 

Do you love Gardening?

The Colchester Giving Garden always needs extra help, and the produce goes to the community! Let Pastor Ron know if you want to help. They meet Tuesday evenings behind the Senior Center.

Church Happenings

Be a Greeter

Consider greeting on one of our first Sundays of the month-Family Sunday! Greet parishioners at the door, hand out bulletins and host coffee hour. See the sign-up sheet in the foyer for more information. More information also on the Worship & Fellowship page.

Next Church Prudential Meeting

 Sunday, November 11, 2018

   *meeting after worship

Fellowship Opportunities

Next Ladies Lunch Bunch


Next Men's Breakfast


Knitting Group Meets Each Thursday

 At 10 a.m., each Thursday, folks meet in Canney Hall to knit, crochet, learn how to knit and/or crochet, or to just hang out and enjoy fellowship. All are welcome! 

Fundraisers Coming Soon!

Snowflake Bazaar moves to new location! Few vendor spots remain!

This Saturday, November 3, from 10a-2p, the Snowflake Bazaar will be held in a new, larger location: Chateau Le' Gari' Winery in Marlborough! 

Any items for the bazaar may be dropped off at the church Friday, by 4:00 pm, or dropped at the vineyard between 6 and 7pm. Come to help set up at 6pm! Items needed include cookies for "Cookies by the Pound" sale, raffle baskets or items.  People are needed for lunch servers, hostesses and cleanup.

TAXREFUNDRAISER-New Doors needed for Canney Hall!

This fundraiser is continuing to replace the doors to Canney Hall. The replacement cost is approximately $10,000-we can do this! If you would like to donate a portion of your income tax refund to the church, mark your check "ITRF Doors." An anonymous donor is willing to match any contributions to this fund!

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