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June 26, 2018 (6:00 pm)

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First Congregational Church United Church of Christ 
  
300 Central Street, Saugus, MA  01906
(781) 233 - 3028



www.1stChurchSaugus.org 

Rev. Martha Leahy, Pastor  
(617) 763-7354

Sunday Worship Service  10:00 am
Followed by Coffee Hour  -  Nursery provided for children age 4 and under

Sunday School
Kindergarten through Grade 6  begin in the Worship Service at 10:00 am

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North Shore Separated & Divorced Support Group
2nd & 4th Wednesdays of the month
from 7:00 to 10:00 pm  
in Fellowship Hall
Healing comes when like-minded folks get together and share their stories. 
If you are separated or divorced and need a safe place to listen and be heard,
you are invited here for support, guidance, and a listening ear.



Chair Yoga
Tuesdays  at 9:30 am
with Paul Clarke, Reiki Master & Apex Certified Fitness Professional

Questions?  Call Paul  (781) 233-2058


Narcotics Anonymous Meetings
Mondays  from 7:00 to 8:00 pm   in Fellowship Hall
If you or someone you know is struggling with drug addiction,
please come to this meeting where you will find support and education.
This non-profit group provides a safe space in our church for those struggling
with addictions.  A special effort is made to reach out to Saugus teens, whose
drug addictions have become a major social, legal, and spiritual problem. 
Our church’s aim is to provide an opportunity for healing for all who enter here.
 


Healing Circle Meditation at First Congregational
1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month from 7:00 to 8:00 pm
We are an “Open and Affirming Church”.  We welcome to the Circle
people of all colors, cultures, spiritual experiences, physical abilities,
sexual orientations and gender expressions.   Our Circle blends Christian,
Reiki, Celtic, Native American, and Buddhist wisdom and meditation practices. 
It is a safe space in which we share each other’s journeys and find support,
affirmation, and healing.  We welcome all to share in connection and support.

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For questions call Rev. Martha Leahy (781) 233-3028


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Pumpkin Patch 2018 Scholarship
The deadline for applying for the scholarship is June 30.

The Danny Panico “Pumpkin Patch” Scholarship is First Congregational Church’s
way of giving back to the community that supports its Annual Pumpkin Patch
fundraiser every October.
  A portion of the proceeds from the Pumpkin Patch
are used to contribute in some way to the Saugus community.
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This scholarship is named after Danny Panico (pictured above), a long-time
church member
and Pumpkin Patch worker who passed away last year. 
The church is proud to honor him for his dedicated service.

Graduating high school seniors are eligible to apply for the Scholarship. 
Those wishing to apply should send a letter to the First Congregational Church
300 Central St. Saugus, MA 01906, stating something about yourself, including
high school accomplishments. 
Deadline for applying for the scholarship is June 30.

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16th Annual Pumpkin Patch
will be open for business on September 29, 2018 
All are welcome to participate in this annual event by helping to unload the
delivery trucks and by volunteering to staff the daily sales of pumpkins.
 
For information about the scholarship or anything to do with the Pumpkin Patch,
please contact Carolyn Davis
 (781) 233-4555  


A Big Thanks from the 2017 Pumpkin Patch
1st Congregational Church extends a “big thanks” to all who supported our
15th Annual Pumpkin Patch.  A successful event was the result of all those who
helped unload the trucks, did shifts selling pumpkins, and purchased pumpkins.  
It couldn’t have been done without the support of the Saugus community. 
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“See you next year!”
(pumpkins decorated by Rebecca Panico)


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Story of the Pumpkin Patch
at First Congregational Church, Saugus Center

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click here to view the Pumpkin Patch story

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Free Prayer Shawls
First Congregational Church of Saugus is offering free prayer shawls to
anyone in need of our prayers.  If you know someone who is very ill, in a
nursing home, disabled, suffering from a traumatic accident, or just going
through a very difficult time, a prayer shawl will lift their spirits.
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Members and friends of the First Congregational Church knit these shawls
with loving hands, and a lot of prayers with every stitch.  Over the past few
years we have distributed over 100 shawls to many people.
There is no charge for the shawls.

Call the office (781) 233-3028 to arrange a pick up time,
or stop by and select a shawl.  
We are located at 300 Central Street, Saugus (across from town hall).

Voluntary donations are accepted to cover the cost of materials.

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Information for Saugus United Parish Food Pantry 
click here 

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First Congregational Church Welcomes Masons

February 2011
The First Congregational Church, located in Saugus Center
at the corner of Hamilton and Central Streets, is pleased to
welcome William Sutton Masonic Lodge as its tenant.


When the Lodge decided to sell its Masonic Hall on Adams Avenue,
it needed a place to hold its meetings and functions.  They learned
that the upstairs of the old part of the Church was available and
inquired about renting it.  The Church felt that this would be a good,
very amicable relationship, and agreed to a long term arrangement.


The Lodge has done extensive renovations to the upstairs and the
stairways leading to it.  A beautiful chapter room has been created. 
The Church is very excited and pleased because the old church has
been restored to have a similar look to what it had many years ago. 
A spirit of cooperation and mutual support has been formed. 
This union of Church and Lodge holds much promise for the future.



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