- Thursday, October 10, 2013
Newtown Congregational Church, a member of the United Church of Christ, will sponsor an authentic shrimp boil, in partnership with Back Bay Mission, on Saturday, November 2.
The special event will be at the church, 14 West Street. Dinner will be served at 6:30 and a program will follow at 7:30.
The evening will feature a dinner of shrimp, seasoned with Back Bay’s special spices.
- Wednesday, August 14, 2013
On Wednesday, August 21, at 2:30 pm, there will be a gathering for prayer in the sanctuary of Newtown Congregational Church, 14 West Street.
Members of the PICO “Lifelines to Healing” Eastern Bus Tour will join local clergy and residents to promote the building of bridges across racial, ethnic and economic divides and pray for courage and commitment while seeking solutions to the issue of violence in our many communities.
- Friday, August 2, 2013
Nearly 60 children participated in Camp Noah, July 15–19, which offered resiliency buildings skills hidden among the arts and crafts projects, story times, skits, and other light-hearted offerings. From left is Pastor David Hershey, chaplain of Penn State University, who portrayed the camp’s title character all week; Linda Whippie, who handled the local enrollment; and Cari Logan, national program director of Camp Noah.
- Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The Joy of Art with Joy Hoffman will be offered on Wednesdays, to June 19, at Newtown Congregational Church, 14 West Street.
Sponsored by HealingNewtown Arts Space, 60-minute workshops will be offered each week. Kindergarten students can attend the 11 am and/or 1 pm workshops, one or every week.
Children will enjoy a chance to express their artistic talents freely while being guided through friendship bead making bracelets and necklaces, paper plate bugs, and other fun and lively arts and craft projects.
- Thursday, May 16, 2013
On Saturday, June 8, the eve of National Children’s Day, youth of Newtown will reach back to children around the world with a message of hope and love as Newtown Youth Voices is joined by Peter Yarrow (of Peter, Paul and Mary), poet Martin Espada, and a host of special guests for “Within Our Reach,” a live-streaming online event to be held at Newtown Congregational Church, 14 West Street.
- Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Origami peace cranes that had been roosting on the Newtown Congregational Church sanctuary altar since shortly after 12/14 have begun a new journey.
The 1,000 cranes had been made by members of Saron United Church of Christ, in Sheboygen Falls, Wis., on the tenth anniversary of 9/11. After the shootings at Chardon High School in Ohio on February 27, 2012, the cranes were sent to Pilgrim Christian Church in Chardon. In turn, Pilgrim CC extended their sympathy by passing the peace in the form of the Saron UCC origami cranes on to NCC after 12/14.
- Tuesday, May 7, 2013
On Sunday, May 19, 2013, at 11:30 am, the annual meeting of the members of Newtown Congregational Church will take place in the church sanctuary, 14 West Street.
- Monday, April 22, 2013
Newtown Music Studio Director Jackie Gaudet, center wearing a scarf, joins students and friends in a sing-along opening the April 6 Spring Benefit Concert at Newtown Congregational Church.
- Tuesday, April 16, 2013
“It is with heavy hearts that we offer our deepest prayers to the community of Boston, our nation, and all who were affected by the bomb explosions on Monday, April 13, 2013, a day that should have been spent in glorious celebration commemorating the emergence of our great nation,” the Reverend Matthew Crebbin, senior pastor of Newtown Congregational Church, said this afternoon.
- Saturday, March 2, 2013
Breaking Down The Doors of Injustice: A Church Women United Human Rights Celebration, 1:30-3:30 pm, Newtown Congregational Church, 14 West Street, free event will include performance by children from New Hope Baptist Church in Danbury, worship service, also acknowledgement of those who participated in December 16 interfaith healing service at Newtown High School, freewill offering, participants also asked to considering bringing items for Dorothy Day Hospitality House; 203-426-3496, 203-417-2701.