Mailing Address: P.O. Box 36, Mansfield Center, CT 06250
Phone: (860) 423-9008
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549 Storrs Road
(Junction of Routes 195 & 89)
Mansfield Center, Connecticut 
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Ministers: All the People of the Church
Pastor: The Rev. Joseph Blotz
Organist: Erik Haeger
Worship Circle Coordinator: Olivia Russell
You may be new to our community and
looking for a church home, or
you may have been in the area for a while and 
discovered our openness and warmth as a congregation.

In any case, we welcome you and 
extend an invitation to join our church family.
Open to and Affirming of All
A Just Peace Church 
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We celebrate the sacrament of Communion together on the first Sunday of each month.​
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Christ was born into a weary world. King Herod ruled the land with a legacy of ruthlessness. The Romans treated the people of Israel with contempt, imposing harsh taxes and land seizures that forced many into subsistency farming. Poverty and destitution were pervasive. And yet, Christ was born, bringing good news of great joy for all people. 

This season, we will look closely at the details in the opening chapters of the Gospel of Luke and discover where joy is sprinkled throughout the narrative. For our joy is rooted in the truth that we belong to God. You deserve to feely joy. Fully. The world needs your joy, even if you are weary.

And so, this Advent, let us hold space for our weariness and our joy. In this weary world, may we find many ways to rejoice.

Join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 10:15 a.m.

Join us for adult education on Tuesdays December 5, December 12, and December 19. We will gather together at 6pm on Zoom to reflect on the meaning of Advent, guided by the sacred art created by the team that curated our “How Does a Weary World Rejoice?” theme.