Paddle Tennis for a Dove, Dec 12 at 7:00 pm
Join FCCD Outreach for this fun new event: an evening of paddle tennis play and instruction on December 12 in Rowayton to support P2P’s Dove project! Your $50 contribution supports ... Read more
FCC Darien Welcomes New Minister
October 1, 2020 – Darien, Conn. – First Congregational Church of Darien welcomes Reverend Denise Terry, who will preach her first sermon this Sunday, October 4 at the 9:00 a.m. ... Read more
Farewell to Pastor Dale
Service of Farewell for Dale Rosenberger On Sunday, September 20, we held a special Service of Farewell for Reverend Dale Rosenberger, to commemorate his retirement after 41 years in ministry, the last ... Read more
Special Sundays Are Coming Our Way
Various steadfast volunteers have given enormous amounts of time and energy to think through how we conduct our outdoor services, Zoom times together, tech, offering, and much more. Due to ... Read more
Theology Book Club 2020-2021
For those interested, please see the details below concerning our upcoming Theology Book Club 2020-2021. For this year, we will be reading through the history of Chrisitanity from the book ... Read more
I feel like in recent weeks I have addressed lay leaders about FCC’s immediate future, matters you must attend to.  That might befuddle some of you. Some ask, why bother? ... Read more
The Old Testament tells of the prophet Elijah fleeing the wrath of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel. Elijah had forcefully faced down the prophets of Baal, vindicating God’s way over ... Read more
Embodying The Constants
Heraclitus was really something else. Back in Ancient Greece when the common thread was to argue for principles which cannot be altered, Heraclitus went in the completely opposite direction. Unlike ... Read more
Life in the Briar Patch
I do not have much of a green thumb, but I am trying to develop one. Pastor Ben and I bought a beautiful green succulent plant to celebrate our marriage ... Read more
John Lennon wrote, “Life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans.” Our ongoing struggle against COVID-19, worsening even now, is a study in life, interrupted. First, this means ... Read more
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