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This Weekend: 
at the Congregational Church of North Stonington...

Saturday, Baked Ham Dinner 5 to 7 pm

Sunday, 10 a.m. Worship with Church School


Glazed Ham,
Parsley Potatoes,
Rolls, Vegetable,
Desserts and Beverages

5 TO 7 PM


The Road to Emmaus
(Oil on canvas by Daniel Bonnell)

The Word:  Luke 24:13-35.  In the aftermath of Jesus' death, the disciples scattered.  Yet their hearts were still full of all Jesus had done and they couldn't help sharing.   

Our Message:  The Road to Emmaus   is the road of faith.  It's appropriate that Jesus appeared to the people as they journeyed forward to the next destination in their lives.  That is exactly how our faith is formed and grows - as we live it out.  Where are you on this Emmaus Road?  Have you met Jesus?  Are you still searching? 
Be assured that we are all on this journey together. 

With Children: Ingrid Stock will offer the Time for Children then the children are invited to attend Church School.

In Music: 
PRELUDE             "Nun Bitten Wir"  - Buxtehude        
OFFERTORY     "The Heavens Declare"  - Wetzler  
POSTLUDE         "Fugue in E minor" - J.S. Bach

Our Hymns:   The Church's One Foundation; Now the Green Blade Rises; and Now is the Time Approching." 


 Serving in Worship: Evelyn Bamford, Matthew Sander, deacons; Monica Eppinger, Pat Turner, Stephen Gadaree, ushers; Brian Hager, lay reader; Ingrid Stock, time for children.

May is Member Dues Month - It is requested that each of us contribute $10 for the Connecticut Conference, UCC. Our Conference does excellent work for us: For clergy, Ct Women of the UCC, for workshops and trainings, Search Committees, and for Silver Lake. Please write a check to CCNS & Memo: Member Dues
SAVE THE DATE!  May 10th at 7 pm, Wednesday  - HONEST CONVERSATIONS WITH MUSLIMS.  Held here in Hewitt Hall our guests will be members of the Connecticut Council for Interreligious Understanding.  Through conversation and education, CCIU works to overcome misunderstanding of our world religions.  Our community is invited. 

Women’s Fellowship is looking for bakers and more to help with Food Booth at the Seedling Sale; May 13th.  Held at the North Stonington Elementary School, 9 am – 2 pm.  Baked goods and Homemade sandwiches are needed, as well as volunteers.  If you love baking, making or teamwork – please call Monica at 535-2742
Women’s Fellowship thanks you. 
Souper Benefit - Helping our youth help others.
On Sunday, May 7 from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm the youth of the church will be serving: Soup, Bread and Desserts. Take-out available.

Monday, 7 pm:  Church Council.
Tuesday, 7 pm:  Senior Choir.
Thursday, 10 AM:  Study Group continues “How Jesus Became                                                                              God” 
                     5:45 PM:  Youth Choir.   
                          7 PM:  Handbell Choir.
May 9th, 11:30 am:  Mission Committee.
       10th, 7 pm:  “Honest Conversations with Muslims” in Hewitt Hall.
       13th, 9 am – 2 pm:  Food Booth at Seedling Sale.
       15th, 7 pm:  Deacons,
       18th:  NO Choirs.
       20th, 9 am – 2 pm:  Country Store at Wheeler Library.
       21st:  Coffee Hour
                Holy Conversations.


Our Church's Wider Mission

Connecticut Conference of the United Church of Christ
and Our Church - We are Connected

Our Annual Contributions to OCWM support the national body
of the UCC as well as our local conference. 
It's not simply dollars - but a multiplying impact locally and globally. 


Our mailing address is:                                         Website:  www.northstoningtonucc.com
89 Main Street, P.O. Box 66  
North Stonington CT  06359