Our big Commons project this summer is building the labyrinth. We’re getting excited as we finalize plans and raise money for materials. Ramona Kime has compiled some general information here about labyrinths and has included some information about our specific labyrinth. For those who haven’t walked a labyrinth, here are some guidelines on making your experience one that’s reflective and meaningful to you. Continue reading

On Sunday July 1st, we will present a family movie double-feature… A Spoon Full of Sing-Along! Starting at 6:30pm in the sanctuary, we will show the classic about a musical nanny who is practically perfect in every way. Join us while … Continue reading

Meet with members of the Commons Planning Committee to see what is next in our summer plans. Please plan to join us as we rejoice what God has made and many hands and hearts have supplied. Continue reading

It was a dream come true, the bank property adjoining our church properties and annex became available for purchase. The price was right! the Endowment monies were increasing and the Board of Trustees and congregation began a journey into the … Continue reading

Thanks for VOTING The votes have been counted, and the final tallies are shown below. The planning committee has started meeting to incorporate your priorities that were established into design proposals.   WHAT’S NEXT? The next meeting will be held in the annex … Continue reading

Join us for a deeper view. Join us to learn about how the Apostolic Father, Polycarp was like Thomas Jefferson, how Vespasian Caesar, the first of the Flavian Dynasty, was like Dwight D. Eisenhower and how the Church in his time resembled the Civil Rights movement in the late 1950s. Learn the diversity of thought in the first 10 centuries of Christianity and how patterns cycle through time. Tuesdays 6:30pm in the annex. Continue reading

This annual fundraiser helps our youth show off their skills & talents, and perform a unique service to the community. The proceeds from the Spaghetti Dinner fund our “Cleaning Buckets” project for Housing Services of Mid-Michigan. Continue reading

This year, our Sunday School are starting a new program that combines animated videos, classroom projects, and at-home activities. We encourage teachers and parents to create an account on the Spark House Online website so that they can access additional content and discussion … Continue reading

In Memory of D-Day, June 6, 1944: Rev. Russell H. McConnell (1908-2000) was the pastor of First Congregational Church of Charlotte, MI from 1935-1942 and 1945-1950, The three year gap was a leave of absence that he took from the … Continue reading