Our vibrant congregation welcomes you to worship with us and to take part in our many activities. We are followers of Jesus Christ who seek to emulate His way, truth and life in the world. We are a diverse community of faith, drawing together folk from many religious traditions and various parts of the country.
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Latest FCC News
Our new Church Directory is now available for you to view or download. The purpose of our church directory is to facilitate community and communication between our church family. We have a directory of members (and some close friends) of FCC which includes pictures and contact information. The directory for our members is available by clicking on this link. You will need a password to open the directory. Please call the church office to get the password. The directory is only available to those who are included in it.
To find out what’s happening at our church, check out the most recent issue of our monthly newsletter, The Tall Spire (Tall Spire-June-2013) or download our Visitors Brochure for more pictures and info. See previous editions of The Tall Spire.
Welcome New Bell Choir Director, Samantha Funk!
Samantha Funk is new to the FCC community and joins us as the new director of our hand-bell choir The Tall Spire Ringers. Samantha completed dual Bachelor degrees in Music Education and Visual Arts Education at Castleton State College in 2011. She began her journey of teaching with Neil and Julie Freebern at Burr and Burton Academy and has loved the Manchester community and the spirit of our town. After completing an internship with BBA, Samantha began teaching at Lothrop Elementary and continues to work at Burr and Burton as an adjunct teacher in the Music Department. Bell ringing is an exciting art form for all and our new director is eager to continue to share such a beautiful experience with our congregation. Being the young enthusiastic person she is, she looks forward to directing a group of all ages and skill levels. Her inviting nature and passion for the arts encourage all of us to find an artistic voice through music.
Special FCC Guest Speakers
Over the course of several Sundays, FCC guest speakers have each provided a special message about the significance of the church in their lives. Please click to read their memorable speeches!
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The following video represents what FCC means to our youth community members.
We offer children’s Christian education throughout the year, including Godly Play Sunday school. There is also nursery care during worship services, and youth groups for up to 12th graders. Adults and families enjoy fellowship at a weekly church coffee hour, regularly held adult study classes and many other church events.
First Congregational Church, PO Box 588, Manchester, VT 05254
3624 Main Street in Manchester Village, across from the Equinox Hotel
p: (802) 362-2709 f: (802) 362-9111 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours: Monday thru Thursday, 8:30 to 4:30. Closed Fridays.