The First Congregational Church of Hadley is a community guided by love, hope and Christian tradition. Our purpose is to help transform the lives of individuals through the power of Jesus Christ, so that together we might transform the world. Inspired by Jesus’ example, we recognize that every individual comes to our table with a unique set of needs, talents, and experiences, and that everyone has value to our mission.
We therefore declare ourselves to be an Open and Affirming community of Christian faith. We warmly welcome all to engage with us in our mission, regardless of age, economic status, ethnicity, family structure, gender identity or expression, marital standing, national origin, physical and mental health status, race, sexual orientation, or any other label that would seek to divide rather than to unite. With God’s grace, we invite all to share in the life and leadership, ministry and fellowship, worship and sacraments, responsibilities and blessings of our church.
STRAWBERRY & ASPARAGUS SUPPER - Invite your family and friends.
Saturday May 20, 2017 - Sittings at 5:00 and 6:30 p.m.
By Reservation Only. All advance reservations to be honored if not cancelled before May 17 th
Menu: Baked ham, fresh native asparagus, potato salad, strawberry shortcake, rolls and beverage.
Adults $13.00 Children under 12 $6.00 at the door. Save by prepaying: Adults $12 Children $5.00
Make checks payable to the church and mail to the attention of Delores.
For reservations, please call Joan Johnson at 413-0362-6654 or the church office at 413-584-4117.
Sunday, May 7 – Confirmation Sunday. A special service honoring our confirmands will be followed by a light luncheon in the fellowship hall.
Sunday, June 4 – Children’s Sunday followed by the All Church Picnic. Please join us for a special service put on by the children of the church. Our annual All Church Picnic will follow the service. Please bring a side dish to share.
SHEPHERDS – CARING COMPANIONS
Do you enjoy extending God’s love to others? Do you enjoy offering a listening ear and a caring heart to the elderly and the convalescing? Do you have skills you would want to offer to a single parent, the ill, those with physical limitations, and those experiencing a crisis? Would you consider making a meal, driving, housecleaning, running errands, writing a card, or doing an odd job that requires special skills? If any of these questions piqued your interest, please contact Rev. Christina at email@example.com.
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