As the beauty of spring begins to reveal itself, the Congregational Church of Easton will be starting its Spring Bible Study. The group will study the book of Genesis, exploring the history, mystery, and questions of Genesis and how they intersect with our lives today.
This year since we must socially distance our traditional beautiful Christmas Eve Service. It will be broadcast on YouTube. We would like to see as many people view the video as possible as a way to show solidarity of community during this very trying time.
So watch with us, sing Continue reading “Christmas Eve Worship at the Congregational Church of Easton”
Even though the pandemic continues to hamper holiday traditions, we at the Congregational Church are still working to bring cheer, welcome, and celebration to the season. To that end, here is a list of our upcoming activities. Please support our activities this holiday season.Continue reading “Holiday Happenings at Congregational Church of Easton”
With the fall season coming to an end next month Easton residents are now looking forward to celebrating the holiday season while still abiding by the Covid-19 safety protocols.
In the spirit of the holidays the Easton Police Department will be giving back to their community Continue reading “Holiday Spirit Will Still Sparkle in Easton”
The Congregational Church of Easton, 336 Westport Road in Easton Conn., is having a holiday cookie bake sale on Saturday, Dec. 12 from 9 a.m. to noon.
We are located at the corner of Westport Road and Center Road. We invite all people to buy a box for $18 and choose their favorite Continue reading “Congregational Church of Easton Holiday Cookie Bake Sale”
I absolutely love the fall and as I write this I sit looking at a beautiful tree outside my window changing from green to a bright vibrant yellow, and I am reminded that perhaps this is the time to think about changes that we have been putting off in life.
Perhaps, as we pull Continue reading “Changing Seasons: Is it Time for a Change?”
I would like to take this opportunity to follow up on the discussion at the last Board of Selectmen meeting and my last post regarding improvements in town, most specifically the potential work on the intersection of Center Road and Route 136. Clearly, when there are large events Continue reading “Bindelglass Follows up on Support for Intersection Improvements”
Even though life seems to have come to a screaming halt with the pandemic, in reality, life has been moving steadily forward. I am reminded of this as I look at pictures of my two children, one who is now two years old and the other eight months old.
I am reminded of this as I Continue reading “Pandemic Can’t Stop Life from Moving Forward”
As I drive up and down Black Rock Turnpike, I am privileged to watch the spread of fall along the way. I love fall. I love the beautiful yellows, oranges, and reds of the season. I love the reintroduction of long sleeves and sweaters and having fires in the fireplace. I love the Continue reading “The Beauty of Fall All Around”
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”