In Person at 8:30 & 10:00 am
We are holding services inside our beautiful meetinghouse at 8:30 and 10:00 am with COVID-safety protocols in place, including mandatory masks and spacing between pews. Learn more about coming to church in person, and what we are doing to help protect your health and safety. Attendance is capped at 50, so please sign up to reserve a seat.
Please sign up for In Person Services here:
PLEASE RSVP for 11th Hour Conversation – whether you plan to attend in person or via Zoom.
The Future is Bright: What’s Next for FCC Darien?
Continuing Our Rich Heritage of Mission and Outreach
Livestream 10:00 am Service
Livestream link! Our 10:00 am Sunday Services will be livestreamed via LocalLive each week. You are always welcome to participate “remotely” from wherever you are! You can watch live and replay the services.
Special Event: Spring Gala Concert
We hope you have been able to join our church family for some of the in-person and online events that our amazing team of clergy and volunteers put together. In case you missed anything, our special events and previous services are are available to stream. We invite you to view them and follow our video collection here.
February 14 Fat Sunday musical celebration
December 24 Christmas Eve Candlelight Service & Music
Lent and Easter at FCC
March 9, 2021
We are planning a series of in-person and remote activities to celebrate the Lenten Season and Easter with our church community, for people of all ages, starting with Ash Wednesday and continuing with some new and old traditions for Holy Week and Easter! Please sign up for all activities at the links on the First... read more
Bible Study – Thursdays at 9:30
January 28, 2021
Lenten Bible Study. All are welcome: no bible study experience needed. Please join us as we dig deeper into the meaning of Lent by reading selected Gospel passages that illustrate the meaning of Christ’s ministry. At 9:30 a.m. over seven Thursday mornings between Feb 18 and April 1 we will read passages highlighted in the study... read more
FCC for our Children
January 27, 2021
We welcome all children through 5th Grade to join in and take part in any of our church school and elementary school-age events. Please see your weekly FCC Flash and Sunday Bulletin for details and Zoom links, or email Mrs. Geeding for further information. We will update this page with more activities as they are... read more
Advent Study: The Light Will Shine. Dec. 3, 10 and 17 at 1:00 pm
December 8, 2020
Join Pastor Denise and friends for this interactive discussion as we discover new light in traditional seasonal scriptures and themes during this very special Advent time. No Bible Study experience needed… everyone is welcome! Please register here to receive the Zoom link. This is a great way for friends far and wide to join in... read more
“Shadows and Hope of Christmas” service, Dec 12 at 4:30 pm
December 8, 2020
Please join us in the Meeting House for a very special “Shadows and Hope of Christmas” service, on December 12th at 4:30 pm. The holidays can be a very difficult time for those who have experienced recent losses—family, friends, jobs, opportunities, and hope. This year in particular, Covid-19 has caused many to be experiencing many... read more
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.
Learn more about visiting or joining our church.
Learn about the First Congregational Church Nursery School.
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.