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07122017 VBS HERO CENTRAL 06112017 Mack and Emma with Grad CakeMacenzie Turrisi and Emma Stock Celebrated their Graduation from Wheeler HS Sunday 11JUN2017 after Church. Both are planning to Attend College (Drexel and Simmons respectively) 08122017 HELO Fundraising Dinner 17JUN2017 B&B Ready to departBike & Build's 24 Riders that stayed over night at the Church and left for Long Island Ferry early Saturday 06112017 CE Director Ms Kay with Emma and MackMs Kay recognized Emma And Mack for their continuous participation in The Church's Sunday School and Youth programs from "K" through HS. 17JUN2017 B&B Jeremy Gruber lost the BetJeremy Gruber, a Bike and Build Rider, lost "The Bet" and got to wear the Breakfast Fruit Bowl Saturday Morning. 06112017 Director Noonan with Emma and MackMusic Director Mike Noonan recognizes Mack and Emma on their Continous Service of the Cherub Choir (3yr to 2nd gr) through Youth Choir (3rd through 12th). 17JUN2017 B&B Packing up the TrailerBike and Build riders load their trailer after spending the evening in preparation for the Bike and Long Island ferry ride to Riverhead NY where they will assist in a build. 21MAY2017 Pies available- 02262017 boyscoutsunday  New Members Sunday 17FEB2017 20170224 Renewal update Pie Fest 2016The Pie Ladies are busy in the Kitchen. 10152017 Crop Walk Pie Fest 2016The Pie Ladies are busy in the Kitchen. 25SEP2016 Youth Project WARM mealYouth Group in action! Making a meal for the WARM Shelter in Westerly. One of the many Missions the Church Donates to on a regular basis. Holy ConversationsCongregational Church of North Stonington had our first "Holy Conversation" after Worship on Sunday 18th September 2016. Many attended, great ideas and topics were discussed, good food was enjoyed and dreams were shared. Holy ConversationsPastor Sue recapped the disscussions with the Group at the luncheon. Holy ConversationsThe group is very focused on the results of the luncheon. 25SEP2016 Youth Project WARM mealRamsey Helps to make the meal for the WARM Shelter in Westerly. 2016 Thankful Dinner 4 Christian Education's Halloween Party October 30th in Hewitt Hall. Pics by the StocksOver 50 attended and there was fun, games and lots of different food. 2016 Thankful Dinner 3 Christian Education's Halloween Party October 30th in Hewitt Hall. Pics by the StocksOver 50 attended and there was fun, games and lots of different food. The Kirkin' o' the TartanThe Kirkin' o' the Tartan: This blessing of tartans was instituted by Rev. Peter Marshall in 1941. It remembers the time when wearing clan tartans was outlawed. Today many churches, especially Presbyterian, will celebrate this on Tartan Day in April or St. Andrew's Day, Nov. 30th. In our Kirkin' service, we remember ancient times, as well as past and present kith and kin, while asking God's help and blessings in the future. We celebrate Scottish heritage and history clansmen demonstrated true brotherhood and the clan was the family. The tartan is a symbol of this love and togetherness. Christian Education's Halloween Party October 30th in Hewitt Hall. Pics by the StocksOver 50 attended and there was fun, games and lots of different food. Christian Education's Halloween Party October 30th in Hewitt Hall. Pics by the StocksOver 50 attended and there was fun, games and lots of different food. Christian Education's Halloween Party October 30th in Hewitt Hall. Pics by the StocksOver 50 attended and there was fun, games and lots of different food. Christian Education's Halloween Party October 30th in Hewitt Hall. Pics by the StocksOver 50 attended and there was fun, games and lots of different food. Christian Education's Halloween Party October 30th in Hewitt Hall. Pics by the StocksOver 50 attended and there was fun, games and lots of different food. 25SEP2016 Youth Project WARM mealYouth Group in action! Making a meal for the WARM Shelter in Westerly. 25SEP2016 Youth Project WARM mealYouth Group in action! Making a meal for the WARM Shelter in Westerly. 25SEP2016 Youth Project WARM mealYouth Group in action! It's a must to taste test the meal for the WARM Shelter in Westerly. Garlic Festival 2016NSCC was represented at the yearly Garlic Festival at the Olde Mistic Village Saturday and Sunday 17th and 18th Sep 2016 . Jim and Brian worked a shift on Saturday; along with many Church members involved working the Festival and at the Church Kitchen, Thanks to all for a successful Festival. Church CookoutDue to Weather, was a cookin. Relax and have fun and conversation. Church CookoutArt Dobley manned the Grill during the Cookout. 21AUG2016 Youth Sermonette 12AUG2016 Hope Burnside Comedy Church Youth Wacky Meal, pic by Jessica Geising Youth Bowling Outing, Pic by Jessica Geising Youth Help with Church, pic by Jessica Geising 2016_maec_choir_festival_2 Scout Sunday at NSCCThe Living Nativity in front of the Church on Tuesday Dec 20th 2016 2016 Living Nativity at NSUCC 2016 Living Nativity at NSUCC 2016 Living NativityEmma Stock was our Narrator for the First Christmas Story. 2016 Living NativityAlice Robbins sang a solo "Mary Did You Know?" – Lowry/Green 2016 Living Nativity at NSUCC
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