First Church and South Church have resumed In-Person Worship.
Worship will continue to be livestreamed as well. See Quick Link to watch below.
Summer Worship is at First Church at 9:30am Starting July 3rd.
We have air-conditioning in our sanctuary!
Church Office Hours:
Summer Office Hours: M-Th 9am-1pm
M-F from 9am-12pm; 1pm-3pm
219 North Granby Road
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posted on August 11
Worship on Sunday, August 7, 2022 is at First Church at 9:30am
Guest Minister: Rev. John Shaw
Our guest minister for this week is Rev John Shaw. John has been a minister within the UCC for
over 25 years and also has recognition within the American Baptist Church. Ministry is a second career
for John who taught school for 25 years before going to seminary. He has served in an Interim Minister
role or as pulpit supply preacher in churches in Maine, Massachusetts and Connecticut. He has been a
member of the Webster Lodge of Masons for 50 years and is also a member of the Scottish Rite Masons
and Melha Shriners of Springfield, MA. John claims to end each sermon with a poem and has published a
book of his poetry – “Great Gifts from God”. He may just have some copies available on Sunday. John
lives in Southbridge, MA with his wife of over 55 years. They have two children and seven grandchildren.
Welcome to Granby John.
posted on August 08
posted on August 01
posted on July 28
Worship on Sunday, July 31, 2022 is at First Church at 9:30am
Guest Minister: Pastor David Figliuzzi
posted on July 25
posted on July 21
Worship on Sunday, July 24, 2022 is at First Church at 9:30am
Guest Minister: Rev. Donna K. Manocchio
Donna is a retired UCC pastor, now serving as a spiritual director, retreat leader and bridge minister. She served as a bridge minister at First Church, Granby for several months in the beginning of 2019. Donna also shares her gifts as a nonprofit leader as a volunteer member of the development team at Hands on Hartford, a local nonprofit serving neighbors in the capital region. She finds joy in connecting the stories of Scripture with the stories of our lives and building connection and communion and both ordinary and unexpected places.
posted on July 18