The Men's breakfast is held the first Wednesday of each month at 7 AM. This is a great time to socialize, try your hand at cooking, or just share a cup of coffee before heading to work. Our men's breakfast meets from September through June. (Men's breakfast is currently meeting via Zoom. Contact the church office if you'd like information about joining in.)
Adult Christian Ed
Adult Christian education is held each Sunday after church at noon, usually in the board room. You are encouraged to attend. Please contact our pastor if you have questions about this important ministry.
The Prayer Chain was started several decades ago to provide support and help for those in need, and to praise God for the joys and blessings in our lives. We share our prayers with others so that we can access the life-changing power of prayer. If you have prayer requests, you can phone them in to the church office, or send them via email.
The FCC book group is meeting via Zoom. If you'd like to join this group, or find out what they're reading, call the church office at 801-487-1357 for additional information.
Parish Nursing and Health Ministry is a church-based ministry which cares for the whole person—body, mind and spirit. This ministry arises from the needs of the church community and is realized through the talents of registered nurses and other health professionals or lay leaders who combine health science with pastoral care. While each church community’s program is unique, all programs provide for wellness, health and healing as well as access to community health resources. Parish nurses often provide services such as: blood pressure monitoring services and health counseling, and home, hospital, or nursing home visits to members, as requested by the Pastor, a member’s family, or other persons. They may also identify the need for educational programs and support or volunteer groups, based on the interests and needs of the church. They also initiate, lead, and participate in health-related programs that assist members in achieving wholeness of body, mind, and spirit; and they participate in personal spiritual formation opportunities and provide spiritual support to members as needed. First Congregational Church is fortunate to have three registered nurses who coordinate our Parish Nursing services. (Parish nursing services will NOT duplicate professional nursing services provided by other health care agencies. The American Nurses Association recognizes Parish Nursing as a specialty and parishioners follow the Scope and Standard of Practice for Parish Nursing.)
Love to sew? Or maybe just get together and chat? A group of members gather on an informal basis to take on various projects during the year. If you are interested in being a part of this sewing circle, please call the church office for additional information.
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