We are a Community of Faith. Join Us in the Journey!
We are a welcoming community of caring people who love all people. Please join us in our work of building a place of joy and love. We have a great facility with a gym where we have basketball, dodge ball and kick ball events. Please bring your families to venture with us into a new future of what church can be. We are in the process of adding a new worship service for all ages that will have a collaborative feel with discussion, music and a voice for all. - Pastor Rossi
Our Newsletter titled "Congregational Clarion" is published once a month.
You will find a current calendar and many upcoming activities going on at First Congregational Church. If you would like a copy emailed to you please contact the church office at (801) 487-1357 or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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OFFICE CONTACT INFORMATION
In case of an emergency please contact
Rev. Marijke Rossi at (801)910-3903
Youth Director Contact Information
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE TIMES
Morning Brew - 9:30am
Traditional Service - 11:00am
Nursery Care Available
Monday - Office Closed
Tuesday - Thursday - 8:30am - 3pm
(excluding the lunch hour)
Friday - 8am - Noon
Marijke Rossi - Senior Pastor
Kristi Hanson - Office Administrator
Molly Conner - Youth Director
Devon Bettolo - Music Director
Theresa Clawson - Organist
In case you haven’t seen it yet ...
Friendship Manor and FCC is mentioned in the 3rd paragraph.
50 years later, Friendship Manor remains a monument to how faith groups can work together to serve Utah’s elderly
It was a 1961 chat between a Unitarian minister and a Westminster College professor that proved the genesis for Salt Lake City’s Friendship Manor retirement community.
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First Congregational Church
We as a Congregational Christian church believe that individuals have freedom and responsibility in matters affecting their spiritual life and experience, and that everyone has the right to exercise personal discernment in questions of belief and biblical interpretation. We gather as a church to walk together in the Christian tradition and we seek to be more fully in relationship with God. We embrace all who are called to worship here with our support, prayers and acceptance. We commit to participate in and support the church and its ministries. We seek the justice and peace of God throughout the world for everyone and all creation.