Sunday Summer Services – In Person and Live Streamed

Each Sunday at 9:00 a.m. we will hold our summer service outdoors on the lawn at First Congregational Church of Darien for those who wish to attend in person. We will also continue to live stream, and you are always welcome to participate “remotely” from wherever you are. Please join us whichever way you feel most comfortable!

Learn more about coming back to church, and what we are doing to help protect your health and safety. Download FAQ: What you need to know.

Watch live on our FCCD Facebook page, or via Zoom from your computer or mobile device.  See complete instructions here.

Where do we come from?

Our church history goes back to the 1660s, and our first settled minister, Moses Mather, was called in 1744. On the occasion of the 200th birthday of the Town of Darien, we invite you to read a lively new narrative with stories and vignettes from the history of our church and its role in founding our community.

The First Congregational Church of Darien

FCCD is an accepting and welcoming community where faith in Christ’s teachings makes a difference in our lives, in our homes, and in the world. We are a close spiritual family, eager to make room for new friends at worship and to get the good word out about our church and the work we do.

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, you are welcome here.

We welcome all visitors! Have questions? Here are some answers to the questions most often asked by first time visitors. Please contact us if you’d like further information about visiting or joining.