Our 10:00 a.m. Sunday worship
service is broadcast on
Comcast cable public access for Wallingford, CT channel 18:
Sunday, 3:30 PM
Monday, 3:00 AM
Tuesday, 9:30 AM
Wednesday, 3:00 AM
Thursday, 1:00 PM
Friday, 1:30 PM
Saturday, 5:00 PM
September 17- October 29
Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m.
Telephone: (203) 265-1691 ¤ FAX:
Church School & Nursery
to the First Congregational Church of Wallingford website. To visitors,
members, regular attendees and friends, we extend a warm welcome and our
hope that you will find this website and the information it offers
concerning the church, its ministries, activities, staff and outreach both
easy to use and helpful. If you have Acrobat Reader, you can read our
church newsletter, Spire & Insert.
The Church's Monthly calendar of activities is also available. We welcome your comments and suggestions.
The Christian Education Committee in connection with tastefullysimple is having a fundraiser party. There will be a table set up in Congregational Hall on Nov. 2 & 9 with catalogues and samples available. You may also purchase online using the link below. The sale will run now until closed on Nov. 14th. Proceeds will enhance the Christian Education program of the Church and products will arrive in time for Thanksgiving!
It's fun and easy! Shop online for all kinds of new dips, seasonings, desserts, drinks and more. You'll find quick, delicious meal ideas your family will love. Plus, you can shop for beautiful gifts for holidays and special occasions, too! Giving never tasted so good.
2 Corinthians - God is still Speaking!
Wednesdays: September 17 - October 29, seven weeks,
9 a.m. in The Meetinghouse, 35 South Main Street,
12 noon in the Meadowwood Club Room, Ashlar Village.
Bring your friends. The Rev. Dean Warburton will be our discussion leader and guide.
In 2 Corinthians, Paul responds to criticism of his preaching and teaching, as
well as his leadership. At least some in Corinth were more impressed by other
preachers and teachers who pointed early and often to their own incredible
spiritual experiences. Paul spoke of himself in less glowing terms. He
recounted not his achievements, but his struggles and even his failures. Why?
Because he believed that talking about one’s glowing resume turned faith into
an instrument of personal success, shifting the focus from God to ourselves.
Books are available at the Church Office or at the class sessions.
2014-2015 Books and Beyond
October 28th The Orphan Train (Christina Baker Kline)
November 25th All the Light We Cannot See (Anthony Doerr)
January 27th The Invention of Wings (Sue Monk Kidd)
February 24th Heaven Is For Real (Todd Burpo)
March 31st Faith Under Fire: An Army Chaplain's Memoir (Roger Benimoff w Eve Conant)
April 28th Me Before You (Jojo Moyes)
May 26th [Book Group will Select at January 27 Gathering]
Cameroon Friendship Dinner
Saturday, November 1, 2014
First Congregational Church of Wallingford
Center and South Main Street...
American and Traditional Cameroonian Cuisine
Baked Chicken Breast
Traditional Cameroonian Side Dishes and Sauces
Rolls and Butter
Apple Crisp and Ice Cream
PLUS: A Multimedia Update on the Work of the Bawa Health lnitiative
Tickets: $20 for Adults $5 for Children
Click on the graphics below for Stewardship Generosity information
Please make your pledge for the 2014 Church Budget.