Each spring, the Outreach board organizes helpers to clean up yards for congregants and community members who need it. These volunteers, armed only with rakes, shovels, and the occasional wood-splitter, ventured forth during the first two weeks of April to tame … Continue reading

In a project started several years ago, Outreach Board at First Congregational Church collects craft supplies, games, toys and snacks for Spring Break entertainment. This year 60 shoeboxes were packed and wrapped by eight volunteers. These boxes have been delivered … Continue reading

Another Fesrival of Trees has come and gone. We had a wonderful time. Thanks to everyone who participated. We were able to raise $1980 for Eaton Clothing and Furniture Center. They will be providing lots of boots for children in need. Continue reading

Shoe Box Ministry Outreach board collected and wrapped over 50 shoeboxes, filled with toys, games, books, and snacks. The shoeboxes will be given to the Siren Eaton Shelter and the Eaton Clothing & Furniture Center who will then distribute the … 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

Lots of good opportunities to “reach out” this holiday season: White Bags, Coat project, Mitten Tree, Adopt a Family gifts. Join in and feel the warmth of giving! Continue reading

Troop 45 has been chartered by First Congregational Church, Charlotte since 1930.  Over that 80+ years we as church members have enjoyed a lasting and deep commitment to the success of scouting and the young men who have used this … Continue reading

Tuesday mornings bring melodious sound as we share our building with the Women’s Coral of the GFWC, Charlotte.  They practice at 8:30 am during the school year here at First Congregational Church in the Bess Fulton Room.  Originally the “Charlotte … Continue reading

Formed to honor the life and memory of Chrystal Eaton who was 15 when she passed away, “Friends of Chrystal” promotes diversity, problem solving, and open discussions without judgment for all youth in her memory. If you are hurting in … Continue reading