Sunday Worship Services

Worship Service 10:00 AM
in the Sanctuary
Church School 10:00 AM
Or Worship with Us Remotely
21 Church Street, Winchester MA

What's New at FCCW?

  • Impact Investing and ESG introducti...

    The Financial Resources Committee invites you to an introduction to Impact Investing and ESG on Sunday, Feb. 12th in the Palmer Room, and via Zoom, following service and coffee hour. This 45 minute discussion will provide background information, highlight opportunities […]

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  • Skate Sunday...

    Junior forum, forum, and families are invited to Skate Sunday! In place of our regular junior forum and forum programming, we will meet at LoConte Memorial Rink (97 Locust St. in Medford) during their public skate hours, 2 P.M. – […]

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  • You are Invited to Two 2023 Budget ...

    A careful and thoughtful planning process has led us to a proposed 2023 budget for FCCW! Thanks to the work of our dedicated treasurer, Janet Hall, associate treasurer Anne Hoenicke, leaders of the sustaining and living ministries, and others, the […]

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  • Winter Walk...

    God’s presence is in the small, the meek, and things we might not see in our busy lives…and we learn to follow Jesus when we come alongside those the world may too often overlook.
    A few FCCW folks are participating in […]

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  • 2023 Youth Mission Trip...

    Save the Date – The youth are heading to The Philadelphia Project in Philadelphia, PA for their annual mission trip April 15-20th. More information & signups are coming soon. Continue Reading →
  • Family-to-Family Course...

    March 11th to May 13th, 2023
    Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
    at 21 Church Street, Winchester MA
    The course provides family caretakers with education about mental health conditions, skills workshops, and information about available resources. The NAMI Family-to-Family curriculum includes:

    Information about mental health conditions and treatments
    Coping skills, handling crisis and relapse, local and national resources
    Listening and communication techniques
    Problem solving, limit setting, self-care

    Most importantly, the course offers family members the invaluable opportunity of open conversation and mutual support in a stigma-ree environment. Course participants, now more than 400,000 people nationwide, find that the Family-to-Family experience empowers them to understand and pursue paths […]

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  • Simply Sitting in Silence...

    9:30am Wednesday mornings in Ripley Chapel of First Congregational Church,(in the back of the white church at the Town Common). Non-sectarian, non-political, non-verbal, just plain being in silence together for 20 minutes.  Call it meditation, centering prayer, mindfulness, relaxation.  Keep your heart […]

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  • Volunteer at Outdoor Church! Sunday...

    There is an outreach opportunity with The Outdoor Church of Cambridge. For the past several years on the fifth Sunday of the month FCCW has provided 3-5 volunteers who help distribute sandwiches & material resources to those who live on […]

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