Exploring Membership sessions for those interested in joining First UCC as members will be held immediately following worship on Sundays, March 30 and April 6 in the church parlor. Child care will be provided. If you are interested in finding out more about First UCC
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The annual Parent Potluck will be held on Saturday, March 15th from 6:00 – 8:00 PM at the home of Regi and Amy Haslett-Marroquin (4597 315th St. West). This is an adults-only event where parents have an opportunity to socialize
The Council has called a special Congregational Meeting March 16th immediately following worship. At that meeting the Congregation will vote on whether to purchase a solar array for the office wing of the church on the condition that we receive
Team captains are still needed to coordinate and provide the Lenten soup supper at 5:30 on March 12 and March 26. As captain, you recruit a few volunteers to help you provide ad prepare food, serve an clean up on
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Ash Wednesday – March 5 Join us for a soup supper at 5:30 pm and for worship that begins the season of Lent at 6:30 pm. Lenten Meditation Classes On Wednesdays from March 12 – April 9, First UCC will
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Andre Een and Theo Wee, with guest Minnesota Orchestra violinist Taichi Chen, once more do a benefit concert for the Friends of Way Park at 7:00 pm on Saturday, March 8 at First UCC. Desserts and a short jaz surprise
The Worship Team will be hosting three training sessions for all who are interested in ushering, serving communion and reading scripture. There will be a training for ushers and communion servers immediately following worship on February 23 and on Wednesday,
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First UCC is joining Northfielders and people throughout the nation fighting devastating climate change we’re bringing upon ourselves. After service on February 16 join us as we join other faith communities in writing policy makers.
One of the questions that emerged from last spring’s Mission 4/1 Earth project was, “How can First UCC better mobilize itself to have a positive impact in Northfield and beyond?” In November, we welcomed Doran Schrantz and Paul Marincel from
From now until the Sunday after Easter (end of April) we will be reading through the Gospel of Matthew. You are invited to read along. Matthew discussions will be held every Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. from Feb. 16 through
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