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Volunteers Packing Food


& Mission

Serve our Community

locally and at-large!

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Outreach is vital in the family of God and the life of the believer. The purpose of the Church is to be the hands and feet of Jesus, to join with others who are “called out” in both the local and global realm to accomplish God’s purposes on the earth. We offer many ways to get involved through ministries such as Mustard Seed, Interfaith Family Network, and Worcester Fellowship dinners, Christmas Giving Tree, clothing drives, and more.

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Women's Ministries

Enjoy Time with Each Other While Learning and Serving

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Each year, Martha Circle sponsors many church and community projects. The group usually meets on the third Wednesday of every month at 11:30am. Our meetings usually include luncheon - sometimes a bring-your-own-sandwich-and-beverage luncheon, sometimes a festive pot-luck, or sometimes we go to a nearby restaurant. We often feature guest speakers or work on one of our church projects. The Martha Circle extends a warm welcome to all women in our church family. Join us for fellowship and service!


Our Story Ministry

300 Years!

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The Our Story Team, aka “The Historians,” are a group of people who have gathered together to discover the history of our church. We are having fun digging through old documents, pictures and stories and are truly getting a picture of the life of our church over the last, almost 300 years! Treasures have been discovered and we are deciding how to display them. Posted on our bulletin board in the hallway outside the kitchen, are various pieces of information that we think our congregation would like to know about. The display cabinet outside the chapel contains a rotating collection of artifacts that have belonged to our church through the years. We have connected “cousins “ in our congregation whose ancestry dates back to the very early years in our church, and have compiled their family trees. We do not have formal meetings. We have scheduled gatherings during which we sort, study, discuss, catalog, document, transcribe, organize, laugh, speculate, and generally oversee the incredible historic records belonging to our church. Our immediate goal is to organize all of these records. Our long term goal is to make many documents and data available through our church website. If you love history and like hearing, discovering and telling stories about our congregation, our church, or its past members, please join us!

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Monthly Collections

Donate to help the families and people in need

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We support many local organizations with donations of items such as Christmas gifts, clothing, gift cards, food, and more.

Church Choir Singers and Music Sheets

Music Ministry

Sing, Play, Ring the Bells!

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The Music Ministry has two main goals: provide music at services and other events, and to engage members of the congregation in the music program to “make a joyful noise.” To this end, the ministry works with the Music Director, and serves as a conduit between the congregation and the Music Director. This ministry considers feedback from the congregation regarding the music program and works to grow the types of music and the number of people involved in our various music groups (senior choir, bell groups, youth singers, training choir, and chimers). In addition, Arts on the Green is the name the Music Ministry utilizes to help plan and promote, in conjunction with the Music Director, special music-centered happenings targeted to include members of the wider community.

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Hands for Hope

Knitting and Sewing to Help Others

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The Hands for Hope Ministry meets on the fourth Monday of each month in the Parlor from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The group is open to all. We sew, knit, crochet and create prayer shawls, lap robes, and baby blankets for our congregation and others in our community. Some members make tiny hats for premature babies which are donated to local hospitals. We also make dresses, sweaters, shorts, kerchiefs, hats, Izzy dolls and hygiene kits which are sent to the over 200,000 orphans in Kagera, Tanzania. Our group has participated in the Welcome Blanket Project for two seasons. We make hats and mittens for the FCC mitten tree each Christmas. We have made “fidget” lap robes for dementia patients. Our group has made stoles for our Pastor’s use with the youth and the conference. We participate at the Church Fair and occasionally we have a Sew-A Thon for all sewers, ironers and assemblers who would like to join us. We are happy to provide patterns, fabric, yarn and help to anyone who wishes to create at home. Come join us!

Save the Planet

Earth Stewardship

Live the Talk

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As we are all caretakers of God’s earth, the mission of the Earth Stewardship Ministry is to promote awareness of environmental issues. We participate in efforts to address these issues and provide educational opportunities that advance understanding of sound environmental practices. These efforts have included several large tree planting events, seminars and films on environmental issues, a church recycling program, energy efficiency upgrades to the church, and a myriad of other related activities. This work has resulted in our recognition as a level 3 (of 4 total) Green Congregation by the SNEUCC.

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