Sponsored by the Board of Deacons August 28th, 2016- 8:30 – 10:00am Parish Hall Our Church invites the community to join us for a time of fellowship – Breakfast will be served. Come and enjoy a time of fellowship, worship and music and meet some new friends. Please remember to invite your family and friends.
Stevenson Services from Bristol Connecticut has begun working on the repairs and restoration to our church steeple and the church bell. On February 26th there was a ferocious windstorm that blew off the weathervane and cause damage to the exterior soffit. Stevenson Services had already given us an estimate to repair the rotting timbers that hold our church […]
Join us this summer in the Fellowship Hall for “Sundaes on Fridays”. Every third Friday in June, July and August from 6:30 pm until 8:30 pm we will be providing all the ice cream, condiments and root beer for you to make your own delicious Ice Cream Sundaes or Root Beer Floats. We invite you to come and […]
This summer on July 30 we will be holding our Annual Chicken Barbecue Dinner at Warren Woods in conjunction with Warren Park and Recreations Summer Concert Series. Come and enjoy a delicious chicken barbecue meal with all the fixings while listening to the country western band “The Truck Stop Troubadours”. The Truck Stop Troubadours are a Western Mass/Ct. based band […]
This summer on Friday and Saturday evenings, July 22 & July 23 Warren Congregational will be sponsoring a weekend VBS, “ PETS UNLEASHED” Where Jesus cares “Fur” you! Kids pre-school – sixth grade will meet with the VBS crew at the church from 5:45 PM to 8:15 PM. There will be lots of fun learning, a community project and […]
On Sunday, April 17th the Warren Congregational Church honored retiring organist Mary Lee Hershey. Mary Lee served as full-time organist at WCC for 27 years until February of this year. There was a potluck dinner after the worship service in her honor and she was presented with a cake and an original painting of the church organ, painted […]
Last week’s overnight storm took a toll on the weather vane atop the steeple of the church. Volunteer firefighters from Sharon used their 100 foot aerial ladder to the weather vane and the mechanism that allows it to move with the wind. We are very thankful to them for helping us out.