Relaxed Covid Protocols
Because of the tremendous progress we have made in reducing COVID infections in Darien and Connecticut, we are relaxing our protocols for Sunday worship. Church Offices, Meeting Rooms And Other Facilities (Excluding ... Read more
History Comes Alive on October 23! Don’t Miss It
1:00 pm Reenactment of the Tory Raid on the Middlesex Meetinghouse and the Arrest of Moses Mather – in front of our church 2:30 pm Reenactment of the British Raid ... Read more
Welcome Amber Scovell as Director of Family and Youth Ministries
We are pleased to welcome Amber Scovell to the First Congregational Church family in the newly created position of Director of Family and Youth Ministries. Amber recently graduated from Princeton ... Read more
Statement on the Pride Flag
The following statement was delivered at both worship services on Sunday June 6 by FCC Moderator Gary Holmes Friends, I am speaking to you today in my capacity as Chair ... Read more
Bible Study – Thursdays at 9:30
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 ... Read more
“Shadows and Hope of Christmas” service, Dec 12 at 4:30 pm
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 ... Read more
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
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
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
We’ve shown strength as a united, cohesive community even through hard times when we couldn’t congregate together. Worshiping outdoors this Sunday, we will gather again. Yippee! But how we do ... Read more
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