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The impatient idealist says: ‘Give me a place to stand and I shall move the earth.’ But such a place does not exist. We all have to stand on the earth itself and go with her at her pace. ~~ Chinua Achebe (No Longer at Ease)
We hope that you’ll join us for worship at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday Mornings and stay for a social time afterward in our Fellowship Hall.
Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month. All are welcome to participate in this sacrament.
Nursery care is available every Sunday, and Sunday School is offered every Sunday during the school year.
2017 YEAR IN REVIEW: Here is the slide show that was shown during worship on January 28, 2018 ─ the year 2017 in review. Enjoy!
2016 YEAR IN REVIEW: Here is the slide show that was shown January 29, 2017 ─ the year 2016 in review.
Our worship continues to explore the theme of Love. We will hear scripture passages
I Corinthians 13: 4-8a & John 10: 11-18 read by Carole Blanton. Our choir will sing “Loving Shepherd of Thy Sheep” and “Look at the World”. Pastor Char will share her sermon “Love is Humble”, the 3rd in her 6-sermon series on the subject of Love.
Audio recordings of previous sermons in the series are available in the “Recent Sermons” window on the left of this Home Page.
Whoever you are,
Wherever you are on life’s journey,
You are welcome here!
Walkers are wanted as are donations! Check out the Habitat 7 Rivers Maine Spring Walk web page to learn more and to get started.
Packets for walkers and donors are on the Opportunities Table in Fellowship Hall. Take a packet and recruit folks to walk with you and/or to make a donation in support of the 7 Rivers Maine chapter of Habitat. You’ll also find info on our Outreach page about how to join and/or support team “Second Congregational Newcastle”.
Pastor Char is walking and she needs company, so please plan to be part of this event to benefit the Habitat 7 Rivers Maine Chapter!
Second Congregational is a Habitat Covenant Church and has a long history of supporting the mission of Habitat in our greater community.
Sherri Mitchell, Indigenous rights attorney, teacher and spiritual activist, will speak at Lincoln Theatre on Tuesday April 24th at 7 pm. Sherri speaks and teaches around the world on issues of Indigenous rights, environmental justice, and spiritual change. This event is free and is sponsored by Chewonki Foundation, Damariscotta River Association, Midcoast Conservancy and People United Against Racism.