Lunch Bunch gathers at a local restaurant on the first Wednesday of each month at 11:30 a.m.. It’s a chance to relax and enjoy good food and fellowship. Check the church calendar for the next time and place.
Ministry of the Decorative Scissors
Once a month, crafters of all abilities gather in Andover Hall from Friday morning until Saturday evening to work on new projects, unfinished projects, or simply for fellowship. This event is well-attended with most dropping by for a few hours, though some do stay the whole time! Check the church calendar for upcoming dates.
Adult Book Studies and Sunday School
Many adults in our church find that one of the best ways to get to know other people is to come to adult Sunday School or join the Tuesday Book Group. You can learn more about both of these here.
Thursday Prayers and Fellowship
Life's better together. Each week a small group gathers at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom for prayer and conversation. You're welcome to drop in anytime to pray and enjoy catching up with other people in our congregation. You'll find the Zoom link here.
First Congregational Volleyball Team
We often have a team of co-rec sand volleyball players through Parks & Rec. You're welcome to join the team or just come to cheer them on. Contact the church office to get connected.
As a church we seek to “bear each other’s burdens and share each other’s joys.” What better way than by sharing a meal? Festive Feasters is a way for people who worship together to get to know one another on a social level.
In January, people sign up as individuals, couples, pairs, or families and are placed in a Festive Feaster group. The first person or couple in a group hosts the meal for the first month, contacting others to set up a date and time. The host typically prepares the main dish, and others provide salads, vegetables, desserts, etc. Host responsibilities then rotate over the coming months. When the cycle is complete, usually in late spring, the group dissolves. There are no set rules. Groups can meet in many ways. Most hosts invite the group to their home; others might organize a picnic in the park or a meal in a restaurant for a Dutch-treat breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Contact the church office if you want to join a group.