Church Life

A warm welcome is offered here at Charlotte’s First Congregational Church.  If you are just visiting, be sure to sign the friendship pad at worship and make yourself known to our pastors at the end of the church service.  Coffee Hour is held downstairs from the sanctuary and an excellent place to meet many of our members and find sign up sheets for upcoming events.

Charlotte Community uses this building for many activities during the week.  You may find the Boy Scouts, Troop 45 here on Monday nights or HAHA, a healing advocacy group in the annex also on Mondays. Around the Block quilters also meet in the annex on Thursday nights, the Friends of Chrystal, a suicide prevention fellowship, meets twice a month.  Charlotte’s General Federated Women’s Club choir meets here every Tuesday morning for rehearsals most months and that is only a few of the community activities you may find going on in the life of this church.

Activities that are specific to the congregation spiritual life include Men’s group every Saturday, Prayer Shawl Ministry on the first and third Saturdays. Women’s Prayer Ministry meets on first and third Thursday in the library.

Sunday morning at 8:15 provides the opportunity for attending adult education classes in the library with a Bible Study.  Worship is at 10:00 am, with children age 3 – 5th grade released to student Sunday School part way thru the service, following a children’s’ message.

Blanche Moyer Circle meets on the second Monday of the month from March thru December.

All of these activities are open for new participants and you need not be a member of the church to explore the wide array of Christian fellowship activities provided at First Congregational Church.  Call the church office 544-1310 for more information.