Sunday Worship 10:00 AM – Worship Service / Nursery and Sunday School for children.
107 Palisado Avenue
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Consider lending your gifts to one of our many boards and committees, assisting with our Church School or other youth activities, or volunteering for one of our Parish Caring Ministries. Joining a group is an excellent way to be involved in the life and management of our church!
Supervises and directs the educational work of the church, in cooperation with the ministers and the Director of Children’s Ministries. This board has oversight of educational programs for adults as well as children.
Helps to direct the Church’s larger ministry, promote its social responsibilities, coordinate various missionary projects and select appropriate recipients of funding and special service projects.
Supports our youth in social, biblical, and missionary activities, trips and programs. Adult leadership is key—and an energetic way to serve our younger members.
Works with our organist, the ministers and deacons. They administer the Lucille Hempel Parker Music Scholarship and organize special musical events.
Assist the Deacons when needed but primarily at Sunday morning services.
Work closely with the ministers to attend to the spiritual interests of the Church and community. They assist in the worship services, prepare and serve communion, and they supervise the music and hospitality committees and the ushers.
Has primary duties of supervising the business and financial affairs of the Church as well as the care and custody of the properties. This group offers the chance to be closely involved with the upkeep and operations of our buildings.
Coordinates and supervises the Sunday morning greeters and coffee hour hosts. They extend hospitality on other occasions particularly the reception on John Warham Sunday.
Provides rewarding experiences to pre-school children of the Church and community. A variety of programs are offered. The school is governed by a volunteer board of directors who oversee staff, budget and registration.
Meet quarterly to review investments of the trust funds. Manage the investments and the disbursements of the earnings to the Treasurer.
Establishes and maintains an organization to plan, direct and implement the annual every member canvass.
Represent our church to the Capitol Region Conference of Churches, Christian Activities Council, Connecticut Conference and the Hartford Association.
Considers ways of improving communications within the church organization as well as without.
There are many tasks involved in keeping the church running smoothly. Volunteers spare a few hours monthly to help with clerical jobs (bulk mailings, filing, signage, morning office coverage, etc.)
Teaching is fun, the lessons are planned for you and the time commitment is as little as a month of Sundays.
PCM began its work in the fall of 1998. Our vision has been to create an intentional caring connection among all First Church members, especially those that are homebound, in nursing facilities, hospitalized or going through a difficult time. Our mission is to do Christ’s work by creating opportunities for our parishioners to use their gifts as they reach out to one another in love.