Mailing Address: P.O. Box 36, Mansfield Center, CT 06250
Phone: (860) 423-9008
The office is currently closed. Please call and leave a message.
Stay safe. Stay home.
Where Faith Takes Action!
549 Storrs Road
(Junction of Routes 195 & 89)
Mansfield Center, Connecticut
SUNDAY WORSHIP 10:15 a.m.
Ministers: All the Members
Pastor: The Rev. Joseph Blotz
Organist: Erik Haeger
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
WORSHIP THIS WEEK
Sunday morning at 10:15 a.m. in person or on-line
Tuesday evening prayers at 7:00 p.m. on Facebook
Watch services in real-time or look for recordings in the Video section of our Facebook page. >> Our COVID protocols for June, July, and August:
- Worship will be outdoors on the lawn except for the last Sunday of each month (or when weather prohibits outdoor worship) when we will worship in the Sanctuary.
- Social distancing is required both outdoors and indoors.
- Masks may be worn outdoors and are required indoors.
- While singing together indoors is still not advised, we will begin to sing together outdoors when weather permits. We will also pray and recite Scripture together aloud both indoors and out.
- Small ensembles of musicians my remove their masks for the period of their musical offering but are asked to replace them when finished.
- Small groups of ten of less may use Fellowship Hall while masked and socially distanced. Air conditioners will not be installed this summer.
- Choirs may rehearse in the Sanctuary, socially distanced, with windows open and overhead fans on.
- Those who wish to participate in any indoor activities, including worship, must sign a one-time Release of Liability.
- We will continue to monitor local and state data as well as guidance over the summer months, with hopes that we can return to worship full time in the sanctuary this fall.
Spiritual Memoir Book Group
August 12, 6:30-8pm
Join Area Conference Minister Liz Garrigan-Byerly in a discussion of Loves Long Line by Sophfronia Scott of Newtown, CT. Her son was in Sandy Hook Elementary when 26 of its students and teachers were killed in a mass shooting. Here, she ruminates on faith, motherhood, race and the search for meaningful connection.
Please register by August 8th.