The First Congregational Church of Darien
14 Brookside Road
Darien, CT 06820 USA
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What to expect if you are visiting
us for the first time
In the Life of the Church
Happening This Week (Flash)
Columns May 2013
Sermons (PDF format)
Sermons - Audio - New!
Study on Thursdays
Resumes on May 16
Conference, United Church of Christ
Council of Southwestern Connecticut
United Church of
Christ, national headquarters
More info here
First Congregational Church of Darien is an accepting
community where faith in Christ makes a difference in
our lives, in our homes, and in the world.
time-honored truths of our Christian faith form our core
convictions, but all spiritual seekers are free to find
their own place within our shared life.
welcome you wherever you are on your journey. As a
spiritual home, our hallmarks are education, fellowship
and pastoral care. Children hold a special place
in our community. We embrace them with love and guidance
to form them as people of faith and character. As
a United Church of Christ, we are a church of social
conscience, unafraid of today’s issues and serving as
a reconciler among different faiths.
are a close spiritual family, but always glad to make
room for new friends at worship. We are eager to
get the good word out about First Congregational Church,
UCC, Darien. Whether you contemplate a new church
home, seek sanctuary from the noise of daily life, or
look for answers to life’s most essential and
difficult questions, the welcome you will find among us
promises to make a real difference for you.
coming up at First Congregational:
Services at 8:30 and 10:00
Wishes to our newly married Pastor Dale Rosenberger and
his bride Dr. Cecile Windels
to right - Bottom
row: Ali Barnard, Bella Thilmany, Stina Arstorp,
Alec Esmond, Ben Sheed
Viergever, Jack Hamson, Brett Raker, Thomas Sulger,
Brian Peters, Nick Trager
Peters, Erik Ryan, Jimmy Terhune, Charlie Sealy, Andrew
Stueber, Will Barker
from photo: Claire, Elizabeth, and Michael Borecki who
were confirmed last Sunday - photo to follow
Parish Columns is going All Digital!
Since so many of the congregation is online, we are transitioning Parish
Columns to an all-electronic publication.
While we recognize there are still some members
of the congregation without access to email, we feel that this step needs to
be taken, due to changes in postal regulations, to make our communications
more flexible, and to cut unnecessary expenses. We still plan to make
paper copies of Parish Columns available at the church for those who do not
have internet access and an email address.
To access the latest issue of Parish Columns, just click
We recognize that there are many of you out there who
may or may not be receiving FLASH. In future weeks and months we will
be expanding our email list so that more of you receive our communications
(while always respecting your wishes to opt out).
We apologize for any inconvenience this will cause. If you know of a
church member who does not have email and internet access, be a good
Samaritan and print it out for them. Or better yet, encourage them to
come to services on Sunday to pick up a paper copy.
Thanks to the Communications Committee, we have posted audio sermons on our
Website! Click here to listen!
Under the heading What's Happening this Week
(Flash), on the left, is this week's Flash
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