First Congregational United Church of Christ
Walk for Warmth - Walk for Warmth is a volunteer community effort to assist low-income families with their heat-related utility bills. This event is sponsored by the Capital Area Community Services, and all funds raised through Walk for Warmth go to directly assist those who otherwise may not be able to heat their home. Additionally, all funds raised in Eaton County are only used to assist those who reside here.
Outreach Giving Tree - It began as The Mitten Tree. Outreach Board wished to keep the giving tree concept growing. January and February collection will be sheets and towels, In March we plan to once again assemble shoeboxes of games, toys, small individual wrapped snacks for our "Shoebox Ministry". Shoe boxes are entertainment for children not lucky enough for a family vacation over spring break.
Interfaith Power and Light - From Interfaith Power & Light, a religious response to global warming. Connecting faith, sustainability and justice Michigan Interfaith Power & Light’s mission is to inspire and equip people of faith to exercise stewardship of and love for all Creation. We offer practical ways to put faith into action by promoting energy efficiency, renewable energy, and […]
Using Zoom - Using Zoom conferencing software, you can participate with other church members in remote meetings and virtual prayer services. You can join from a computer, a smart phone, or even using a regular phone. For all church services and meetings, we will be using the following Zoom meeting details. For security, Zoom now requires a password […]
Green Team at First Congregational Church - The long awaited coffee cup/juice glass rack is here. The rack will replace the kiosk in the Bess Fulton Room and also provide storage for people to store their drinking vessels for reuse. The Green Team organized and encourages this project to cut down on the use of plastic and styrofoam at Coffee Hour. Join us and share your story of your favorite mug. This will be a fun way to learn more about your church family AND help the environment at the same time.