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E-mail ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Tom Coronite (TC)
Church Office # 781-447-5557
Margaret Mannke – Secretary
Office phone: 781-447-5557
Music Director/Organist: Heather Peel
AMERICAN RED CROSS: SOUND THE ALARM Campaign is offering to Whitman residents FREE smoke detector w/installation.
Schedule an appointment by texting your name and contact phone number to
ARC Volunteer, Anne Williams at 508-345-8988
Home Communion and visitation now available- please call the church at (781) 447-5557 to arrange.
Mask restriction lifted (if fully vaccinated)!
As of Sunday, June 6th, 2021, anyone fully vaccinated is not required to wear a mask.
Social distancing guidelines will remain for another week until June13th service.
All Ages Welcome
Volunteers needed – signup sheets in sanctuary.
Interested in joining a committee or be a representative on the board?
Openings are available for all church members young and not so young.
Learn more at fellowship or by asking a current committee or board member
How about greeting, usher or counting collection? Sign up on the clipboard in the back of the sanctuary.
Thank you for considering taking a more active role in your church as a much-needed volunteer! Any time you can give, is sincerely appreciated.
"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. " Henry Ford
Sandwiches for MainSpring
3rd Sunday of every month
This wondrous mission program sends 100 lunches each month
Meet in the kitchen just after service – many hands make light the load
Thursday Thoughts will be the resource for updates on worship services and prayer requests.
Please email Gail at email@example.com with joys and concerns to share.
A live Facebook broadcast (available also as a link on this website) will be available each Sunday until further notice.
God Cares. Yesterday today and tomorrow
All over the world folks are doing what they can to support and give comfort in this time of uncertainty.
Everything has changed but God is our constant.
God will comfort the grieving and give strength to those who are in need
There is hope found through prayer and our continued faith that God will be there for all of us.
Our church family is amazing when called upon to help.
Drop off cards in the office mail box to be mailed to area nursing homes or our shut-ins.
Put a sign with a word or picture of encouragement in a window or in your yard
Every day at 3PM let's all take a moment to connect spiritually with prayer.
A moment in time each day to pray for those who need God’s comfort and care.
Your deacons are available via email or phone. We are committed to help however we can.
Russ Greene: 781-447-5047
Wayne Brundige: 781-447-1021
Frank Kawa: 781-308-5511
The Lord hears when I call to him. There are many who say, “O that we might see some good!”
Lift up the light of thy countenance upon us, O Lord
In peace I will both lie down and sleep.
For thou alone. O Lord, makest me dwell in safety.
Thursday Thoughts –December 7th
Greetings, members and friends of First Congregational Church, Whitman!
My apologies for leaving so quickly following the Worship Service this past Sunday! As I mentioned, I was not feeling so great, and I thought it best to get home quickly, and not expose anyone at coffee hour to anything I might’ve caught. Fortunately, after laying on the couch all day watching football, I feel much better.
But, this coming Sunday I will be scooting right after the Service again! I beg your forgiveness! A church I formerly served is celebrating their anniversary, and I will try to get there before the reception is over, so I can spend a few minutes celebrating with them.
Ordinarily, I prefer to spend some time in fellowship after the Service. It’s an important part of our Congregational Identity that we fellowship together, share coffee and snacks, and be together! It’s a small thing, but I consider it an extension of what we do in the sanctuary - but with Cheez-Its! (And other treats, but those are my favorite). Such a simple act, but it goes a long way toward us being Church together. Let us break “bread” together, and give thanks to God. And let us enjoy one another’s company, as Sisters and Brothers in Christ!
Rev. Tom Coronite
ANGEL TREE PROJECT This year instead of hats and mittens and toys for children, we will be collecting gift cards or donations to purchase gift cards for teens.
Please take a gift box from the Angel Tree and return it with a gift card for Game Stop, Kohls, Target or Walmart. Gift cards or monetary donations can also be dropped off in the mail slot or mailed to the church. Thank you for helping a teen have a wonderful Christmas.
CHRISTMAS PAGEANT Sunday, December 17, 2023 (during service) followed by our traditional “Happy Birthday, Jesus” party during fellowship.
STEWARSHIP SUNDAY is not just one Sunday but a combination of many. Thank you to those who have already pledged. Pledge cards can be put in the offering plate, dropped off at the office or mailed back. You can leave the amount blank if you prefer; we are grateful knowing you will be contributing, The 2024 budget depends on all our support for operating expenses as well as community and church programs. Thank you!
John M, Kathy & Mark Hall’s friend.
FUNERAL SERVICES for SHIRLEY NOON, Stephanie Libby’s mother and Jennifer Murphy’s grandmother, will be at MacKinnon’s Funeral Home in Whitman on Monday, December 11th.
Calling Hours begin at 11:00 am, Funeral Service is at 12 N followed by burial at Colebrook Cemetery at 1:00 PM. All are welcome.
A collation will follow these services at this church in Fellowship Hall.