Church of Christ Congregational (UCC), Norfolk, CT

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  We are

a UCC church located in Norfolk, CT.

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.

Experiencing church during the Pandemic

We have again paused indoor worship.

For the safety and health of all we will not be holding indoor services during the holiday season due to the pandemic.

REVERSE ADVENT CALENDAR to benefit the Norfolk Food Pantry

Norfolk Food Pantry remains open: new hours and procedures.

Christian

We seek to follow Jesus Christ and to keep Christ at the center of our lives. We look to Christ as the ...
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Open and Affirming

We are an Open and Affirming church. We welcome into full membership and participation ...
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Seeking and Serving

We are a seeking and serving member congregation of the United Church of Christ with a rich, ...
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A Loving Community

We need each other. We share our joys and sorrows, our hopes and dreams, and support each...
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Happenings

The Collaboration Continues

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 will continue by reading and discussing “The New Jim Crow” on the issue of mass incarceration.
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Simply Smiles Trip 2021

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.
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Study on Comparative Religions
We are beginning a new "Great Courses" study with Kelly Kandra Hughes - via zoom, beginning Monday evening, September 28 and continuing into December. It is not necessary to join all sessions, but come when you can and join the discussion. You can email Kelly for the zoom link at kkandrahughes@biblio.org
Saving The Steeple
Much work has been accomplished to reinforce the steeple base with a steel cradle. A concrete pad has been constructed on the ground where the steeple will sit while repairs continue. The steeple should be coming down soon!