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Kids in Worship

Children: This week, we are exploring the story of Jesus and Zaccheaus. All kids 3 years old - 5th grade are welcome!

Youth: Middle and High Schoolers are invited to gather in the youth room today! Throughout Lent we will be exploring the topic of Climate and Faith each Sunday morning. Youth group is also held on Wednesday during Wednesday Night Live with a focus on games and social time.

Nursery care is available weekly from 9:45 - 11:15 am.

Youth Trip Fundraiser

Heather Schulte has worked with a local artist and Milo Schulte to design a new St. Drogo’s T-shirt. St. Drogo’s is the patron saint of coffee and the namesake for our “coffee shop gathering space” near the front entrance of the church. The shirts will be made by local print shop Gojos. A portion of every purchase will be used to help offset the cost of the trip for our youth to attend their learning and service trip to the Rosebud Indian Reservation at the beginning of the summer. T-shirts can be purchased HERE. Gifts can also be made to support the trip by sending a donation to the church office.

Habitat for Humanity ReStore Adventure

Please join us for another Habitat for Humanity ReStore Adventure March 23rd from 9:00 am - noon followed by lunch. We will clean, repair and stock donated items for resale. The sale proceeds will support the construction of houses for families in need of safe, affordable shelter. Wear closed toe shoes, and gloves. RSVP to Rok.

TightKnit Brew Tour & Beer Tasting

Join A Place at the Table for a brewery tour and guided tasting from TightKnit Brewing Co. on February 25 at 2:00 pm! We will begin at the brewhouse (3940 Carson Ave, Unit 4, Evans) to learn how their beers are produced and then move to the taphouse (813 8th St, Greeley) to sample the beers! Cost is $25/person and will include the brew tour, a guided tasting, a flight and a full pour. This is a 21+ event. Please RSVP by February 23 to Kate Norris so we can get a rough head count to be sure we have the space and A Place at the Table for everyone.

Centering Prayer 

Our noon Centering Prayer gathering is now meeting in person on Mondays in the Chapel. You can also join them Tuesday - Friday at noon on Zoom. Beginners welcome. Join us!

Wednesday Night Live

Wednesday Night Live, our midweek programming, has something for everyone.

5:15 - 6:00 pm: Dinner in Chadwick Hall. $3/person or $9/family. Gluten free and vegetarian options are provided. 


6:00 pm: Organized Games in Gym begins (preK-5th grade)


6:00 pm - 7:15 pm: Youth Group & Adult Education.

Current Adult Education Offerings:

​During this season of Lent, strengthen your awareness of the Sacred. Join Rev. Tamara and Spiritual Director in Training, Sandy Varley, as we focus on listening to our lives as the place where God is still speaking. We'll use Parker Palmer's book Let Your Life Speak as the guide for our exploration together. Reading the book is not required, but if you would like to, it is available both new and used in many places or Rev. Tamara is happy to share her copy. The audiobook can be accessed on the hoopla library app HERE.

Meal Rotation:

Week 1: Soups and Sandwiches

Week 2: Pizza & Salad

Week 3: Chili Bar Team

Week 4: Taco Bar

Week 5: NEW! Potluck

Bible Study Resumes!

Our Bible study, called Scripture Seminar, resumes its Zoom meetings on Tuesday from 2:00 - 3:00 pm. Currently they are studying the Gospel of Luke. Please contact Rev. Ben if you would like to participate! 

Lent Contemplative Book Group

Rev. Ben has recently been reading the book, Testament of Devotion, by Quaker author Thomas Kelly.  He has found that it offers a compelling invitation into a more contemplative way of life. Rev. Ben will be hosting a Lenten study of this book on Zoom from 8:00 - 9:00 pm on Monday evenings during March. Please email Rev. Ben if you are interested in being a part of this gathering. Copies of the book will be available to purchase in the office for $10.

Volunteer at Weld Food Bank

As part of our continuing faith partnership with the Weld County Food Bank to address food insecurity in Weld County, we will be volunteering at the Food Bank on March 5th from 5:00 - 7:00 pm. The work we do is valuable and stretches the resources they can extend to the community. Signing up is easy. Just visit their website HERE.  Sign up is required and allows them to send reminders about the upcoming event. 

Lent Devotional now Available

Our Lenten devotion this season is “Climate & Faith: How We Can Help Meet the Greatest Challenge in Human History.” Please join us as we go on a surprisingly hopeful and joyfully actionable journey into climate justice! Devotionals can be found on the narthex tables, in Chadwick Hall, and HERE

FCC Food Pantry

FCC is committed to providing food bags to anyone who comes through our doors requesting food assistance and we need your help to keep our pantry well-stocked! Donations can be placed in the basket outside the sanctuary. We are currently in need of the following items:

  • Ramen Noodles and Cup of Noodles

  • Dry Rice

  • Canned Vegetables (pull tab preferred) 

  • Canned Soup (pull tab top preferred)

Thank you for your support!

It's time to Sing and Ring!

All choirs are open to new musicians! 

  • Chancel Choir rehearses Thursday from 7:00 - 8:30 pm. Contact Nicholas Gilmore for more info.

  • Handbell Choir rehearses Thursdays from 5:00 - 6:00 pm. Contact Nicholas Gilmore for more info.

  • Genesis Choir (6th-12th grades) rehearses Sundays from 9:00 - 9:45 am. Contact Colin Williamson for more information.

  • Jubilation Choir (2nd-5th grades)  - rehearses Sundays from 9:00 - 9:45 am. Contact Shona Royle-Grimes for more information.

  • Rainbow Choir (K-1st grades)  rehearses Sundays from 9:00 - 9:45 am. Contact Kathy Azari for more information.

Become a Member at First Congregational Church

If you are interested in learning more about membership at First Congregational Church, please reach out to Community Coordinator, Whitney Janzen-Pankratz. To learn more about the newest members of our congregation, see the bulletin board in the main hallway!

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