July 2022 Sunday services are at the First Congregational Church of Haddam
An Open & Affirming Congregation

Youth

Welcome Baskets For Solnit Center

During Lent, we will be collecting items for welcome baskets to be distributed at the The Albert J. Solmit Children’s Center in Middletown, CT.  The baskets are given to youth when they are admitted to the center, helping them to adjust to their new environment. The welcome baskets contain items such as:  shampoo, dental care…

College Care Packages – Seeking Donations

Finals time is just around the corner for our college students!  Help us put a smile on their faces during this stressful time by donating to the care packages sent from the church! The combined Christian Service Committees will be assembling care packages this month to be sent to our sixteen college students.  They are…

Mardi Gras Pancake Breakfast

Thank You For Your Support! The Junior Youth Group would like to thank the FCCH and HCC congregations for attending their 10th annual Marid Gras Pancake Breakfast fundraiser on Sunday, February 26th.  Over $200 was raised to support future JYG activities!   Thank you to our parents who volunteered their time to help make this…

2017 “Souper” Bowl of Caring Update

Thank you to both FCCH and HCC for supporting our Junior Youth Group in the “Souper” Bowl of Caring! This year, the kids collected canned goods for the Amazing Grace Food Pantry as well as collecting donations for St. Vincent de Paul’s Soup Kitchen  in soup pots at the end of service on Super Bowl Sunday.…

Youth Group Helps a Local Family

The Junior Youth Group went on a shopping trip this past Sunday to Stop & Shop to pick up over $100 in groceries for a local family in need. Each year, the church donates all the fixings for fourteen  Thanksgiving dinners for families in our community.  Distributed by Haddam Health, the dinners include stuffing, veggies,…

Giv2 Feeding Children Everywhere Event

Thirty spots for Giv² participants have been reserved at the Feeding Children Everywhere Holiday Hunger Project December 12, 11 a.m. – noon We are going to be packing meals for malnourished children. This is very meaningful, especially during our holiday season so filled with food and treats. They also make these events very fun with competitions…

St. Vincent de Paul Dinner

On Sunday, October 25th, the church served 100 people at the St. Vincent de Paul Soup Kitchen in Middletown, CT. Thank you to Deb Livingston who organized the dinner, our cooks (Ginny Evensen, Suzanne Wintsch, June Lamoureux, Sue Craffey, Bari Edmondson, and Nancy Thody), and our confirmation class  for serving the dinner. Approximately 100 people…