Finding Solace in an Uncommonly Stressful Time

As children start school again, parents return to their jobs or struggle to figure out online learning for children while trying to balance that with their work schedule, stress levels may be quickly rising through the roof.

This would be a perfect opportunity to remember self-care. Continue reading “Finding Solace in an Uncommonly Stressful Time”

A Special Welcome to All New Easton Residents and Another Fun Recipe

On behalf of the Congregational Church of Easton, I would like to extend a warm welcome to all new residents to Easton. Our town is a beautiful historic country town that reminds us of the importance of slowing down and giving thanks to God for the stunning fall colors, cool breezes, Continue reading “A Special Welcome to All New Easton Residents and Another Fun Recipe”

Chabad Expands Activities, Launching Outdoor High Holiday Services at Fairfield Museum

Amid the COVID-19 surge of families to the Fairfield area, Chabad has expanded its activities, launching outdoor High Holiday services at the Fairfield Museum.

With experience organizing outdoor Shofar services, Chabad has adapted its model for the Jewish New Year of 5781 with Continue reading “Chabad Expands Activities, Launching Outdoor High Holiday Services at Fairfield Museum”

Articles from the Courier 8/31/20 – 9/13/20

In case you missed it: Check out these articles posted in the Easton Courier in the past two weeks, from Monday, August 31 to Sunday, September 13.

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What’s Happening at the Congregational Church of Easton

Even though this fall is shaping up to look very different than a normal fall schedule for the Congregational Church of Easton, we are still addressing the needs of our people and others. We are still collecting non-perishables for the Easton food pantry. Our collection bin is located Continue reading “What’s Happening at the Congregational Church of Easton”

Easton Celebrates Luella Ostrofsky’s 104th Birthday

A stream of cars and pedestrians offered birthday wishes to Easton’s oldest resident, Luella Ostrofsky, 104, on Sept. 6. The parade included family, friends, neighbors and parishioners from Jesse Lee United Methodist Church of Easton, where Ostrofsky taught Sunday School and oversaw Continue reading “Easton Celebrates Luella Ostrofsky’s 104th Birthday”

Church Community for All People and Another Fun Recipe

The newest recipe from the Congregational Church of Easton Friends and Family cookbook is available. Try these fun recipes, as a great way to keep yourselves busy during this stressful time of quarantine.

As families are having considerably more time of togetherness which can be Continue reading “Church Community for All People and Another Fun Recipe”

Articles from the Courier 8/24/20 – 8/30/20

In case you missed it: Check out these articles posted in the Easton Courier in the past week, from Monday, August 24 to Sunday, August 30.

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Church Community Still Available Even at a Distance

As we prepare for yet another month in the midst of the pandemic, we lift our prayers for all those starting school and work again. We at the Congregational Church of Easton have been meeting in person for worship but still offering worship online. We have been using technology to Continue reading “Church Community Still Available Even at a Distance”

Church Community in the Midst of a World Pandemic

In the midst of this world pandemic, we have been asked to socially distance ourselves. For many churches, this meant moving worship to an online format and cancelling in person worship at least until the fall.

For many this has meant no religious guidance in a time of great need. Continue reading “Church Community in the Midst of a World Pandemic”

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