Responding to our Neighbors' Needs

Friends, What a time we are living in! In the midst of learning to support each other remotely and worship online (more will be posted about that tomorrow), there are still many needs to respond to in our community. Please share the following information with your neighbors. Together we will find a way to grow though this challenging time. As always, do reach out to the church and to me: We are here for support. May God guide us all safely through. Rev. Barbara The Vergennes Area Food Shelf is in need of donations. They will be a food donation drop off at the Vergennes Police Station 9-12 daily. These items are needed: Mac and cheese - lots of it Chicken noodle s

Corona Virus

Dear Church Family: In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, here is what we will be doing for Sunday worship at this time. We will keep you updated if we decide further action is needed as time goes on. For now, we plan to worship together this Sunday March 15th and share a conversation at the end of worship about how we can continue to be the church and care for one another. Here is the plan: The deacons will not collect the offering. Instead, offering plates will be placed by the doors. If possible, feel free to mail in your pledge or drop it by the office yourself or pay through Vanco. (Speak to Kathy Barrett to find out more). We will not pass the microphone during announcements and shari

Lenten Time

The six week Lenten journey offers us time to reflect on our journeys. Finding a daily meditation can invite us to pause and create space for something new in our spiritual life. I suggest a few you might enjoy: The Center for Action and Contemplation.

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The Congregational Church of Vergennes

30 South Water Street

Vergennes, VT 05491

(802) 877-2435

Pastor: Rev. Elliott Munn

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