The brilliant, talented and creative character, Toby B. Knapp, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 70 on Monday, Sept.. 27, 2021. Toby was raised in Easton, Connecticut and most recently resided in Southbury.
The Congregational Church of Easton will be doing a Sunday in October dedicated to an outreach project. On Sunday, Oct. 10 at 10 a.m. we will be collecting items to assemble into care packages for those at the Merton House shelter in Bridgeport.
Over the past year and a half our worlds have been turned upside down with the pandemic. We were running worship in ways we never even could have imagined and worrying about safety in ways we never had to before. But with the newest guidelines from the CDC and the state of Connecticut, Continue reading “What’s New with the Congregational Church of Easton”→
This week, as we come together in worship both remotely via zoom and in our beautiful historic church sanctuary, we will be talking about how we are all called by God to enact his love and care for all people’s everywhere no matter what our backgrounds may be.
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.
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.