Bazaar 2016 is a fond memory, and final fund raising totals are official and disbursed.  Bazaar receipts were $7,156 Disbursement of these funds is itemized in the Annual Report presented to the whole congregation January 2017 and includes $3000 gifts … Continue reading

Periodically during the year, we take up special offerings for certain missions in our local church or for the wider UCC missions. One Great Hour of Sharing supports partners in more than 70 countries with ministries that fund development projects, feed … 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

KHUSA programs create one-on-one mentoring relationships between adult church members, willing to give a little time and a lot of love, and at-risk elementary schoolchildren in their community who desperately need loving, caring adults in their lives. Utilizing the existing … Continue reading

With gifts of livestock and training, Heifer Projects help families improve their nutrition and generate income in sustainable ways. We refer to the animals as “living loans” because in exchange for their livestock and training, families agree to give one of its … 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

Eaton Community Palliative Care is a volunteer organization providing, at no cost, physical, emotional and spiritual care for the terminally ill, their families and/or significant others, enabling the terminally ill to die with dignity in their home or with 24-hour care … Continue reading