If you have not stopped by to take a look at the labyrinth be sure to do so. It is FINISHED! If you visit after dark you will see the glow stones in action. A childrens’ space is being planned and spring spruce up is needed. If you would like to join into Commons planning and/or maintenance, contact the church office. Continue reading
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When our parents told us that politics and religion weren’t topics for polite conversation they weren’t thinking like the living Jesus.
Jesus was a politician who fought the corporate, greed-driven takeover of his God-centric country. He debated publically the educated religious and wealthy elite of his country on philosophy and faith; pointing out what is God-thought and what is temporal blunder, greed, lust or ambition.
Easter is a good time to get right with actual Jesus. The Jesus you meet in my classroom on Tuesday nights is the Jesus who lived 2000 years ago and we explore modern proclamation from the living Jesuses who still speak like him today.
Change is constant in our lives and learning what we must do to work though the journey ahead will be both frustrating and ultimately exciting. We have begun the process with the Interim Pastor Search Committee established and having met in June. Get your email address added to the weekly news updates by contacting our office at firstname.lastname@example.org Continue reading
In case you ever wondered, First Congregational has handicap accessibility. From our Welcome Page: Both of our buildings are handicap accessible. The main building has a newly remodeled ramp on its northwest corner, and features an elevator inside the building. … Continue reading
Cocoa and Viking Cookies a Hit at 2018 Nordic Fire Festival An estimated 6,000 visitors from around Michigan and other states made Charlotte their destination for the 2018 Nordic Fire Festival Feb. 23-25. Once again First Congregational Church of Charlotte … Continue reading