Photo taken at the Easter Sunrise Service, April 20, 2014
Serving the Rochester, NH community since 1731
A member of the United Church of Christ
A progressive Christian voice on the NH Seacoast
We affirm all people are created in God's own image regardless of race, gender, religious background or sexual orientation
Rev. Eliza reflects on the call for civil rights and discipleship, from John 1:35-51.
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Blueberry or Plain Pancakes
Scrambled Eggs, Ham, Orange Juice
Coffee / Tea / Milk
$6.00/person, children 5-10, $3.00, under age 5, FREE
The flag which hangs over the First Church front entrance is a symbol of our affirmation that wherever you are on life's journey, you are welcome here.
Rev. Eliza recently said we are:
"Hopeful that our witness brings hope to those who despair.
"Hopeful that we may embody, as a church, the perfect love that drives out fear, and become a place of safety for all of God's children.
"May we always be a church and a people of the Gospel, serving Christ as we serve our neighbors: the hungry, the homeless, the imprisoned, the despairing, the fearful, the hurting, the abandoned."
Every Thursday at 3:00 pm
Prayer Shawl Ministry.
If you like to knit and/or crotchet or would like to learn
why not join this wonderful group who make prayer shawls for people in particular need?
Every second Saturday of the month at 8:00 am
Pink Cadillac on Route 11
or occasionally elsewhere.
Sunday March 8, 2015
Palm Sunday (March 29)
Worship: 8:00, 11:00
Pancake Breakfast: 8:15-9:50
(free will offering)
(during+after 10am service)
Maundy Thursday (April 2)
Worship 7pm in Chapel
(with First United Methodist
church, Rev Jeff preaching)
Good Friday (April 3)
Noon - gather at First United
1:00pm - process with a cross
to locations thru Rochester
Easter Sunday (April 5)
6:00am - Sunrise Service
Gustafson's 140 Ten Rod Rd
8:00am - Chapel
10:00am - Sanctuary
Blueberry Pancake Breakfast
April 11, 2015
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