Our purpose is to follow Christ and to keep him at the center of our lives. We aspire to strengthen our identity as a home of extravagant welcome where friends and strangers alike encounter God’s love.
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Wishing you and your loved ones health and happiness in 2022.
Currently not meeting in person.
Due to Covid outbreaks we will postpone in-person worship at the 10am Sunday Service for the time being. We invite you to watch our livestream services on Facebook, or this Website (posted by 3pm on Sundays). Masks remain optional for the outdoor services for those who are fully vaccinated 14 days prior to the event. We request that people who are not fully vaccinated (including children under 12) continue to wear masks at all church events. We will continue to maintain masking and social distancing in the offices and during any indoor events.
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Salisbury School, the Church of Christ, Congregational UCC of Norfolk, and the Norfolk Historical Society have announced the placement of a Witness Stone to honor James Mars on May 1st, 2021 on the day the State of Connecticut proclaimed James Mars Day. f you could not be part of this important day honoring one of Norfolk's most extraordinary residents, you can join in virtually below. Special guests included Jahana Hayes, Kevin Witkos, Maria Horn, Dennis Powell (Berkshire NAACP) and the Rev. Cleo Graham (current pastor of the church in Hartford that Mars helped found).
Join the Green Team in writing postcards to support environmental and climate change action! We have topics, addresses, and scripts for issues from auto emissions, to pipelines, to land conservation. We have postcards and stamps (or you can use your own). This effort stated back in April 2021, but is continuing with new campaigns. Contact the church for instructions on how to join in.
Simply Smiles Trip 2022
We are returning to the Lakota Reservation in South Dakota next year. We'd love for you to be part of this exciting and fun opportunity.
Together with Rev. Dr. Shelley Best, our friends at Redeemer’s AME Church in Plainville, and others our joint work to understand and eradicate racism is ongoing. We last gathered by Zoom on Thursday, April 22 at 7 PM. to discuss the film "Cooked: Survival by Zip Code."
If you drive by the church you will notice that the steeple now rests securely on the ground, thanks to a lot of hard work by our Gifts and Finance Team and a very skilled set of crane operators. Now we can begin to shore up the supporting structure. The fund raising effort for this major project continues.
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