Welcome to the online home of The Congregational Church of New Fairfield, Connecticut. We have been an active congregation since our church's founding in 1742. Since that time, we have sought to care for each other spiritually and commit ourselves to regular worship and prayer. We seek to grow in the knowledge and love of God by carefully attending to the scripture and by striving to hear and fulfill our mission to love and serve others.
Summer Worship Schedule
On the last Sunday in June, we began our outdoor summer services in the Martha Fairchild Gardens. Summer services start at 9:30 am and, weather permitting, will continue to be held outside until September 7. In the event of inclimate wather, the service will be moved indoors to the sanctuary. Outdoor communion services are on July 6 and August 3 and will be performed by intinction.
Receive the Candlelight Electronically!
Looking for volunteers
The Hospitality Committee has a new sign-up sheet in Pilgrim Hall next to the kitchen door looking for volunteers to host Fellowship Hour on Sunday morning. It typically takes three people to host, but it can be done with fewer. The directions explaining what is needed are right under the sign-up sheet. Please sign up!
Contributions are now easier and you don't even need a computer! Here's how it works: You authorize a specified amount to be electronically transferred from your checking or savings account to the church account or use a credit card. You specify the frequency of the transfer. It's fast, safe, easy, and secure. To sign up, fill out the Electronic giving form and return it to the church office.
Welcome! Please join us for worship every Sunday at 10:00 AM (9:30 AM between June 29, 2014 and September 7, 2014). Communion is held on the first Sunday of each month. Come and begin your week in worship!
The Reverend Dr. Patricia A. Nicholas, Pastor
Presentation (7 MB)
Forms and Applications
Electronic giving form
2012 Annual Report
UCC Web Site
CT UCC Web Site
Prayer Shawl Ministry
UCC Disaster Response
Church World Service
"Never place a period where God has placed a comma" — Gracie Allen