During September, we hope everyone will become familiar with all the interpretive ASL Sign language for “Go Now in Peace.” This will allow us to bless one another when we meet together while refraining from congregational singing.
The Mission/Outreach Committee is collecting items for thirty Church World Service School kits. Each kit contains: One rounded tip scissors Three 70-count spiral notebooks One 30 cm – 12 inch ruler (must have metric) One handheld pencil sharpener One large eraser One box of 24 crayons Items can be left in the plastic container outside […]
In an attempt to do our best to ensure the safety of our congregation, we have implemented the following changes on how we do business. All church buildings are closed. This includes the Lewis House, the church office, and the church building itself. Please do not enter the buildings at any time, even to drop […]
During the Sunday service on April 18, 2020 we celebrated God’s Good Creation and gave thanks especially for the pets and other animals with whom we share our lives. Below is the Blessing of the Animals slide show shown during that service. The slide show was assembled from member-submitted pictures.
Thank you to those who ordered Easter flowers. Our plants will be photographed in the Higganum Congregational Church chancel and then delivered (contactless) on April 3 & 4 to you at home. If you would like to donate your flowers to one of our members at home, please let Sue Craffey know.
FCCH and HCC are looking for a part time (about 10 hours/week) secretary. Follow this LINK for details including application instructions. Please: no calls or social media responses.
Join First Congregational Church of Haddam (FCCH) and Higganum Congregational Church (HCC) for worship, prayer, and learning this spring as we engage an “Elemental Lent.” Worship. During our 9:30am Sunday Services at FCCH and HCC we will explore Essential Elements of the Lenten Journey through and to Resurrection: Sit in the Wilderness with Jesus as […]
The Place Located in South Dakota, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (CRST) Reservation is an autonomous nation within the United States. Four bands of Lakota Indians, approximately 10,000 residents, live in this 1.45 million acre area (roughly the size of Connecticut.) The Response For Lent, make it your mission to help Simply Smiles in their […]