The Latest Happenings in the FNCCC
I think that the older I get time seems to speed up. Where did the summer go? Can you believe it is already November? The trees are dropping the last of the colorful leaves. I have had to scrape the frosty windshield of the car a dozen times. The daylight continues to grow shorter. In … Continue reading “Rev Irv’s Blog”
Truly, the greatest of these is Love! We gathered for the first hybrid NA Annual Meeting that provided for the adventurous attendee who would dare travel to Wichita KS in the heat of the blazing sun and the cautious attendee making use of Zoom technology from the comfort of their own home. It was an … Continue reading “Doc Irv’s Blog: The “Wonder & Awe” of the NACCC Annual Meeting”
Irv’s Blog: Delegates gathered at Preston City Congregational for a post pandemic in-person annual meeting on May 15th
Dear friends and colleagues, It was pure joy to finally get to celebrate with you on May 15th at our annual meeting. Finally, we were able to gather as a Fellowship after a long two and a half years of restrictions, isolation, and unease due to the COVID pandemic. Again, this was a beautiful moment … Continue reading “Irv’s Blog: Delegates gathered at Preston City Congregational for a post pandemic in-person annual meeting on May 15th”
I was blessed to preach at Third Church Middletown on Easter. I witnessed an awesome moment when members of the church came forward to place flowers on the cross representing the beauty of the new day, the third day Jesus spoke of when he would arise. Decorating the cross – symbolizing the shift from the … Continue reading “Rev Irv’s Blog – Easter Celebrations”
Dear Brothers and Sisters (Delegates and Pastors), The Annual Spring Annual Meeting is “in person” at Preston City Congregational Church in Connecticut. This is the first in person meeting since the beginning of the pandemic. I hope you will seriously plan to attend. Sandy Dudek, the church administrator and I have been working on this … Continue reading “2022 Annual Meeting”
Last Sunday I enjoyed a special “Palm Sunday” Service at the Union Congregational Church of Oakville Connecticut. Rev. Carmen Cavallaro, the senior pastor delivered a timely sermon beautifully connecting us to Jesus’ trek into Jerusalem. His words carried us to the streets of Jerusalem that were filled with thousands of people who had journeyed to … Continue reading “Rev Irv’s Blog“
I write following a delightful visit to one of our sister Fellowship churches in New Jersey. Bound Brook Congregational Church, pastored by Rev. Andrew Smith hosts two services each Sunday including an early morning contemporary and later traditional service. Pastor Smith delivered a passionate message challenging us to use the spiritual gifts God has given … Continue reading “Irv’s Blog”
Transformation in the works… The Florence Congregational Church in Florence MA is currently engaged in a dialogue with a newly formed non-profit, Bombyx negotiating the future of the church building and the congregation’s vision and desire to faithfully serve Christ. The leadership is working out the details with hopes that the transfer of the church … Continue reading “Irv’s Blog”
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