Welcome to our Church

First Congregational of New Milford is a welcoming church.  We care about our neighbors, our community, and the world.  Join us for worship Sundays at 10am.  If you missed a recent service, watch it on the video link below.  And learn about other ways to we get involved:

Baby Bundles, Prayer Shawl Ministry, our Music Program, Men's Breakfast, Women's Ministry and Retreat, the homeless shelter, Thanksgiving Community Meal, Church World Service and more

 

 

What's Going On.....

 The First Congregational Church of New Milford is suspending in-person worship, church school, coffee hour and church activities until further notice in order to slow the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus.  Rev Randy Day will lead a worship service via live stream broadcast each Sunday.    The live stream link is available below.   Recordings from the past few weeks area available by clicking "Playlist" on the right side of the streaming window.

The office will only be open to staff only or by appointment.  If you need to meet with office staff, please call to make arrangements by emailing Nicole Henderson.

Schedule Updates

Father's Day Gift-- Give your Dad a special gift this year.  The church is collecting donations of diapers, personal care items and money for the Community Food Bank.  More information>>>

Baby Bundles Collection --  Drop off Baby Bundles donations at the side door of the church Sunday mornings 10-11am or by appointment with Becky (cedirector@nmchurch.org).  See Needed items

Communion Sunday--  To celebrate communion at home have grape juice and any type of bread or crackers ready during the livestream.  Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of the month.

 

 

Your continued support for our church is critical while attendance at services is restricted due to COVID-19 .  Click "Donate to the Church!" above
to find out about how you can keep your regular pledge or donation to the church current. 


Watch our Sunday worship online if you cannot attend!

August 2 Service

Watch our service live on Sundays or view a recording of a previous week.
The video window may take time to appear.  Please wait. On a mobile device it is
suggested to hold the device horizontally (landscape) to see the full window.  To view it full screen click on
the square box on the right side of the control bar located at the bottom of the live stream.
(If the control bar is not visible, place your cursor over the live stream and the bar should be visible at the bottom).

View past church services on the "Video Playlist"

Our broadcast is offline except for Sunday services.   You can view recent services anytime by clicking PLAYLIST on the right edge of the streaming window above.  If viewing on  a small screen mobile device the right edge may not be visible.  To view orient your screen horizontally (widescreen) to see the Playlist.

COVID-19 Resources

  1. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  2. Johns Hopkins University's Coronavirus Resource Center
  3. Science Matters: Let’s Talk About COVID-19, a free course by Imperial College of London, one of the top public health research universities in the world.
  4. Resources for Faith Communities, a comprehensive interfaith hub for resources by Emory University School of Public Health
  5. How You Can Help Get Protective Equipment to Healthcare workers

Keep in touch with what's happening at NMFCC.  Click the image above for current and past issues of "The Steeple Newsletter."


 

Prayer Requests

Prayer requests are raised up during Sunday worship and sent out to the Intensive Prayer Unit.  Submit a prayer request

 


First Congregational Church Roof Project

Bid documents for the church's roof project.

Updated invitation to bid has been posted.  Click Bid Documents link above.

 


Domestic Abuse Alert From ARC

Read the alert  about domestic abuse during social isolation.  It includes agencies that provide help.

Disaster Distress Helpline

If you, or someone you care about, feels overwhelmed with emotions including sadness, depression or anxiety, or feels the impulse to harm themselves or others, please call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746.


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