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Cliftondale Congregational Church  

A Conservative Congregational Christian Conference Church

50 Essex Street, Saugus, MA 01906


Office  (781) 233 - 2663 
 




www.cliftondalecc.net
   


Pastor, Reverend Joe Hoyle


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Food Pantry
Cliftondale Congregational Church
Fridays 9:30 to 11:00 am


Saugus United Parish Food Pantry

An all volunteer collaborative non-profit Religious Organization with a mission
to ensure that no one goes
hungry in and around our community; to help
supplement low-income and anyone in need with basic nutritional food items;
and to serve our clients with compassion and respect.

Located at Cliftondale Congregational Church 50 Essex Street, Saugus

Open for clients from 9:30 to 11:00 am every Friday

(Snow emergency: The pantry is not open when school is closed for snow emergencies)


Donations to the pantry can be dropped off every Friday morning from 8:00 to 9:30 am
or call Dennis Gould, Public Relations Coordinator (617) 257- 4847 for pick up.


Items always needed include the following:
Canned Tuna, Chicken, Spam-type of meats

Canned Soup
Juice - apple, orange, etc.
Peanut Butter & Jelly
Spaghetti Sauce
Shelf-stable Milk
Mac & Cheese
Pasta
Cereal
Rice

Anyone who would like more information on the Food Pantry,
wants to volunteer, or make donations,
please contact Dennis Gould (617) 257- 4847       

 

Volunteer Opportunities

The Saugus United Parish Food Pantry welcomes any who wish to help volunteer.
Drop by on any Friday morning, or if Friday mornings are not convenient,
you may want to volunteer to pick-up donations at various locations
on Wednesday afternoons or Thursday evenings.

Contact Wendy Reed for more information (781) 640-6131    

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Healthy Students-Healthy Saugus (HS2)
This program is in addition to the Saugus United Food Pantry. 
It assists Saugus students with food insecurity during weekends.
  
If you have any questions, feel free to text or email
Dennis Gould  (617) 257-4847
    


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The Cliftondale Congregational Church of Saugus

130th  Anniversary  November 2018


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Gathered on May 7, 1888, our church held its first services in Clifton Hall
in Cliftondale Square, known today as the Odd Fellows Building.
Our church was then called the First Congregational Society of Cliftondale
with Reverend Andrew W. Archibald serving as our first minister.  During
the later pastorate of Reverend Stacey Fowler, plans were made for the
building of a church while services were still being held at Clifton Hall.
Work proceeded and the building was completed in 1892.
The dedication took place on December 19, 1892.
 
During the pastorate of Reverend Clifton Mix the Ecclesiastical Society was
dissolved and the church incorporated, becoming a self-governing body known
as the First Congregational Church of Cliftondale.  The church was raised in
1909 to provide a hall in the basement for social occasions and a Sunday School. 
In 1925, during the pastorate of Reverend Charles B. McDuffee it again became
necessary to enlarge the church building with a new addition, which was dedicated
in 1926.   Reverend McDuffee, it should be noted, served our church for 36 years,
from September 1915 to September 1951.

Tragedy struck on February 10, 1935 when a fire was discovered shortly after the
evening service and the church building was practically destroyed. The congregation
quickly rallied to the task of rebuilding and on March 15, 1936 the new and present
building was dedicated.  On August 7, 1992 the church was accepted into the
Conservative Congregational Christian Conference.  Reverend Dr. Robert Leroe,
a former US Army Chaplain, pastor of the church since 1999, recently retired. 

The current
Pastor, Reverend Joe Hoyle is a native Texan who has fallen in love
with New England. “Pastor Joe” is passionate about equipping people to
understand the Bible’s relevance for everyday life and helping them to grow
in their faith.  Pastor Joe is happily married to Debora.









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