Worship Sundays 10:00 am
Joint Worship Service at Temple Beth El
Friday, January 13 at 8:00 pm
Please join us at Temple Beth El for an inspiring Martin Luther King, Jr. Shabbat Service
on Friday, January 13 at 8:00 pm.
Keith Robellard will lead both congregations’ choirs with musical offerings.
The Rev. Kim McNair will be preaching.
She is very involved in issues of social justice locally including the Raise the Age initiative.
We hope to see you there!
All Are Welcome
“With open hands and open hearts, we care for each other and the wider world through prayer,
connections and compassion. We are compelled by our faith to follow in the path of Jesus Christ,
by both listening to and spreading God’s love to all people.”
No matter who you are or where you are on your journey, you are welcome here.
Every church has its own special personality. Here at FCC, God’s Spirit has been moving for over 100 years in no small part because the congregation is so involved in serving those who are in need. Perhaps the most compelling part of our ministry is that it is nothing unless the members and the friends of the church create it. We are a community led by lay leadership. We depend on each person to get involved because each person adds to the whole in their own unique way. At FCC, all are called to serve.
The mission of the First Congregational Church is to be a caring community, seeking to know and celebrate the love of God joyfully by following Jesus Christ, in our worship, fellowship, service, and outreach to God's world.
We welcome all people to our church. The rainbow flag by our entrance is there so that anyone who is looking for a church where they are welcome as they are and for all that they are, knows that they are welcome at FCC.
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Regular Weekly Schedule
10:00 am: Worship service begins
Following the Children's Message, children go to Sunday School.
11:15 am: Sunday Fellowship
11:00 am: Bible Study
11:00 am: Active Adult Workout
7:30-9:00 pm: Chancel Choir
Volunteer & Donation opportunities:
Luke's "Fill the Pantry Day"
On the 1st Sunday of every month (September - June), Communion Sundays, we will collect non-perishable food donations for the Community Center of Northern Westchester's Food Pantry. Come to the office to get your reusable grocery bag to make your donation easier.
The Church is continuously involved in local community projects including supporting our homeless neighbors and local families in need. We are also involved in various Service and Outreach projects in countries around the world. If you would like to be involved please Contact us.
Prayer Vigil for Dallas victims:
Prayer Vigil for Orlando victims