As our vision statement articulates, we are a people that welcome and love. We seek to be in relationship with each other through our various small groups.
Women’s Spirituality Circle: Experience the rebirth of the Women’s Spirituality Circle. Energize your spiritual life and be in fellowship with other women for casual yet focused conversation. This spiritual opportunity is open to all women 18 years and older. These women meet on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Church Library. Topics vary based on the movement of the groups participants. Come and explore your faith with us. Contact Mary Anne Wallace.
Family Enrichment and Fellowship
Throughout the fall, winter and spring months are different opportunities for families to gather, share a potluck meal and get to know one another. Caroling Night, Game Night and a special Seder Meal are a few examples of our family centered activities.
Prayer Shawl Ministry: The Prayer Shawl Ministry is a national one, begun as a tangible expression of love for those whom we hold in our prayers because of a time of worry, illness or other difficulty. The patterns are easy and can be knit or crocheted. Anyone can make one, even beginners, and it’s fun to do. We’ve recently formed a group in our church to knit and/or crochet, either for specific persons or to have ready for a time when a need arises. We gather Tuesday evenings at 6:30 in Davidson Lounge. If you’re interested in learning more about our Prayer Shawl group, please contact Darla Harris.
Eskimo Men’s Club: The Eskimos are the Men’s Club of the Church. They were formed under the Eskimo name in December 1934 and today consist of about 55 men. They have two objectives: to promote good fellowship among men of the Church and to further the interests of the Church such as by providing services and donations of financial support to the Church. The Eskimos meet in the “Igloo” (Guptill Hall) at 6:15 p.m. on the first Wednesdays of October through May. Our ladies are invited to attend the November and May meetings. Contact Bob Morse.
Explore the Faith Formation for Adults page for the latest information about courses and retreats for adult members, friends and visitors to the church. We are always open to the movement of the Spirit if you are interested in starting a small group. To do so, check out How to Start a Small Group Ministry.
Mission & Service
We are committed to service and seek to be involved in direct action within our local community. We offer a variety of experiences for our members listed under volunteer opportunities.
Give to Your Church
We identify ourselves as people of service on Meetinghouse Hill and invite all of our members to become involved in volunteering in our church. Beyond the opportunities offered by the Mission & Outreach Team, there are other ways of giving to your church, including:
- Singing in the Meetinghouse Choir.
- Playing hand bells in the Bell Choir.
- Volunteering to teach Sunday School, assisting as a Substitute Teacher, Christ Kid’s Club helper or Superintendent on Sunday morning.
- Mentoring a youth through the Confirmation journey.
- Inspiring our teens with your gifts for Youth Ministry.
- Donating to the financial health of your church.