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join us in one or all of our upcoming events

Souper Bowl of Caring” Sunday & All Church Lunch Feb. 2nd –

After worship, plan to stay for a simple soup & bread lunch. A sign up sheet is on the bulletin board for donations of soup and bread as well as for folks willing to set up Saturday, Feb. 1st at 10:00 AM & folks to help with clean up. 

The youth group will again be taking monetary donations for the Williston Food Shelf in conjunction with the national Souper Bowl of Caring campaign. Be sure to wear your favorite team jersey and Invite a friend.  Sponsored by the Vitality Team.  

New Member Informational March 8th 


If you are new to the church community, or have been worshipping with us for years, and are interested in joining the church, there will be an informational meeting March 8th in the sitting room, beginning right after worship and concluding around noon. Child care will be available.

At this meeting you will learn more about what church membership means, hear a bit of the history of WFC and our denominational connections to the United Methodist and the United Church of Christ and have an opportunity to meet with others. Being a full member of the church is not a requirement for participation in all aspects of worship, serving on committees, providing outreach and service to others. It is an opportunity to make a public statement of Christian witness. 

If you are interested in attending and would like a “Membership Information Packet” in advance, please speak to Pastor Paul or a member of the Membership Committee: Carol Bouchard, Carol Burbank, Gary Lewis, Ruth Magill, Sally Metro, Elaine Pellechia, or Vicki Trueman. 

 

come join us for a celebration

You are invited!  On Sunday, October 27, 9:30am , a wonderful celebration will take place to honor the history and heritage of our congregation in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of our church building.  Many exciting plans are in place, including:

–parishoners in period costume (you can wear historic attire, if you like!);

–participation of former pastors during worship;

–special music by David and Duncan Yandell;

–a scavenger hunt for the kids;

–food and festivities following the service;

–and so much more!

Please join us on this very special Sunday as we honor what God has done in this place over the last 150 years and we pray with anticipation about what God can do in the years ahead!