Congregational Events

In order to have your local church's event posted here these things are required:

  • a written announcement or flier about the event must be received at least three weeks in advance of the event date. Events should be sent to Congregational Events.
  • sponsorship of the event by a congregation in covenant with the New Hampshire Conference, United Church of Christ.

While it is assumed that these events will be edifying for the life and ministry of the Church, the New Hampshire Conference, United Church of Christ does not endorse any particular event.


RECURRING MONTHLY EVENTS


Last Friday of Each Month

Spaghetti Supper
5:00 - 6:30 PM

First Parish Church, UCC
47 East Derry Road
East Derry, NH 03041

603-434-0628

Spaghetti Suppers are held the last Friday of every month. Suppers are free and open to the community. We serve anywhere from 75-120 meals each supper. The meal offers a generous portion of spaghetti with tomato sauce, meatballs, green beans, garlic bread and dessert. In the summer months June-August, we offer fresh garden salad. More than that we offer a setting for fellowship, sharing joys, hardships, encouragement, comfort and thanksgiving in a relaxed and non-judgmental atmosphere. All are Welcome!!! 


Every Third Sunday

Jazz Sanctuary
4:00 pm, June, July, and August

1:00 pm September - May

First Congregational Church of Concord, UCC
177 North Main Street, Concord
www.concordsfirstchurch.org

Worship with a jazz club atmosphere, featuring Rev. Emilia Halstead and the Wildvine Jazz Trio. Each month features a special theme, guest speakers, and special musical guests.


First & Third Monday of each month, 9:30 am

Caregiver Self-Care Support Group

First Congregational Church
2718 Wakefield Rd, Wakefield, NH 03872


Are you providing care for a loved one at home? Caring for another person is an amazing GIFT of self.  you are welcome to join this supportive group. We share information, insight, advice, and encouragement.  The group meetings are free and open to all caregivers.  For more information call 603-522-3189.


First Saturday of each month

Longmeadow Congregational Church
4 Wilson's Crossing Road, Auburn, NH 03032

Enjoy an All You Can Eat breakfast buffet!  Eggs cooked to order, 4 different flavor of pancakes, french toast, breakfast potatoes, bacon, sausage, fruit, english muffins, toast, baked beans, home-made muffins, juice, coffee, and tea.  This hearty breakfast is only $6.00 for adults, children 3-12 - $3.00, children under 3 are free!  

 


 ONE TIME EVENTS


Epiphany Arts Festival January 12 through February 23
and Coffee House Sunday January 26,   3:00 - 5:00 pm

Northwood Congregational Church, 881 First NH Turnpike, Northwood NH

The Epiphany Arts Festival visual arts display will return in all its glory on Epiphany Sunday, January 12 and will run through and be taken down directly after worship service on Sunday, February 23, three days before Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. Epiphany is also known as Three Kings Day and commemorates the day that the three kings arrived at the birthplace of baby Jesus after having followed the star in the Eastern sky for many days. They showered the infant Jesus with the gifts they had bought, gold and frankincense and myrrh and so we, to honor the occasion and celebrate the season of Epiphany, will showcase the artistic gifts of our church family including but not limited to: photographs, sculpture, paintings, poetry, jewelry, drawings, wood work, pottery, calligraphy, needlework, knitting, and quilting.

To enhance the Epiphany Arts Festival, the church is also hosting a coffee house on Sunday January 26. Church family and friends will share their gifts of music and writing from 3:00 – 5:00 pm in the Northwood Congregational Church fellowship hall. Coffee, tea, cookies and other snacks will be provided.


Sunday, February 2, 2020, 11:30 am
All Eyes Are Upon Us:
    Racial Struggles in the Northeast from Jackie Robinson to Deval Patrick
First Congregational Church, 508 Union St, Manchester

This presentation by Jason Sokol, an Associate Professor of History at UNH, will trace the modern history of race and politics in the Northeast.  The event is sponsored by First Church Committees and Supported by a grant from Humanities to Go Program, NH Humanties. This event is free and open to the public.  All are welcome here.  For more information click here. Jason Sokol event.


Saturday, February 8, 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Roast Pork Loin Dinner
Bristol United Church of Christ
15 Church Street, Bristol
 

 This dinner features Roast Pork Loin and includes red bliss potatoes and gravy, green beans, garden salad, rolls, fruit crisp and ice cream for dessert. 

Pricing is $9.00 adults, $4.00 under 12.  Take out is available.  See additional information here. Bristol Roast Pork Loin dinner