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During the summer months the Missions Committee will be collecting toiletries for our service men and women and school supplies for Old Mill Pond. If you would like to make a contribution to either, there will be boxes on the … Continue reading
Praise God and thank you Christian Education Committee! Children’s Sunday was a wonderful service put together and carried out by the CE Committee. Thank you, also, to Donna Lee Honeywell for leading the Youth Choir in three different songs during … Continue reading
Congrat’s to Jason Desjardins, this year’s recipient of the annual Mabel Slesinski Award! Well deserved Jason!
Please include in your prayers the following individuals mentioned in our Sunday services: Prayers of healing for , Sophie, JAllen Sanders,Jerry, Bob, Al, Carolineerimiah, and Joe.
United Congregational Church of Holyoke is presenting an organ concert on Sunday, June 23, at 2:00p.m. The concert features organist, Diana Chou. Diana is pursuing a Master of Musical Arts degree in organ at the Yale School of Music/Yale Institute … Continue reading
How many of you have sat in church and wondered why the color of the pulpit, lectern and altar cloths have changed? Those who have been a member of the Diaconate may know because it is their responsibility to insure … Continue reading
The Arrow is in need of patrons. It is our bi-weekly newsletter, sent to over 200 parishioners. The cost of each issue is approximately $50. If you would like to be a patron, please fill out the following form and … Continue reading
Our annual Children’s Sunday and BBQ will take place on Sunday, June 2nd. Please be mindful of your child’s attendance until then. Everyone attending is a being asked to bring a side dish to share. Hotdogs, hamburgers, drinks and watermelon … Continue reading
Congratulations to Julia Blais for recently receiving her PhD in Physical Therapy from Boston University!!
Another week left of May for the Missions Committee to accept donations for “Care For Our Troops”. These donations will help the Brookfield Institute project. This project provides training, facilitation, and connections for faith communities in our local towns. The … Continue reading