Notable: Martha Osborn would like to restart the Friendly Service which was an institution in our church for many years. Ladies would gather in Fellowship Hall to make craft projects, quilt, and sew for the church Christmas bazaar and annual fair. Although those days seemed to be gone, Martha would love to see us begin again in September to make projects for: the VA Hospital in West Haven, Hopeline Pregnancy Resource Center in Danbury, the New Milford Homeless, the Praxair Cancer Center at New Milford Hospital, and Matthew’s Hearts of Hope. Interested? No skills needed! Martha does have sewing machines she can bring and also would like to do crocheted items such as scarves and is willing to teach. We would make, for example, bibs and blankets for Hopeline; bed bags for the VA Hospital patients; hats and scarves for the homeless; patient bags to carry chemo supplies and instructions for Praxair; and pillows for Matthew’s Hearts of Hope. She would like to meet mornings twice a month in Fellowship Hall; date and time will be set by participants and Martha. Please email Deb Thorp at email@example.com or Aimée Suhie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Core Values :
Our core values guide our Ministries, and flow from our Church Mission to Become Like Christ and Make Him Known. Come join us in sharing the good news!
Since Jesus honored Scripture as God’s Word, We Value the Bible, given by God so we can know the truth and live transformed lives. Our goal is to teach His Word as the foundation of all we do and to align our thoughts and actions with the Bible.
Heeding Christ’s call to worship the Father, We Value Worship as the cornerstone of our faith. We value prayer, Sunday worship, and daily personal worship, as essential to becoming like Christ.
Believing the Promise that one day All Nations will worship Christ, We Value Missions. We believe in the importance of spreading the Good News. We obey God’s call to show the beauty of His grace to non-believers, so we support many different world and local missions.
Following Jesus who served and gave sacrificially, We Value Generosity and Service. All we possess and all that we are is a gift from our loving God. Our goal is generous giving – whether finances, skills, service or time.
Because Christ commanded us to love one another, We Value Fellowship. Fellowship with God is the basis of fellowship with one another as a church family, where our desire is all people feel welcomed, loved, and accepted.
“Yet to all who did receive him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God— children born not of natural descent, nor of human decision or a husband’s will, but born of God.”
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