• You are invited...

    The Green Team invites you to a conversation about environmental racism on March 3, 2024, at 11:30 am in Unity Hall. You can also join us online for this 1 ½ hour presentation and conversation. We will view a video featuring Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley for a conversation about environmental racism and his experiences as an environmental justice activist. A Q&A session will follow, and pizza and cider will be served. 

    Thanks, Green Team    

  • Online Fellowship Joins Green Team this week!

    On Sunday March 3 the Online Fellowship Hour will join the Green Team's event after church. Please plan to participate in the Green Team's movie screening! All are welcome!

    Zoom link

    Meeting ID: 876 3774 4686

    Passcode: 063702

  • flowers for Easter

    It is time to order Easter Flowers to brighten our sanctuary on Easter Sunday, March 31. Daffodils and Tulips are available to purchase, and you can take yours home after the Easter service or donate them to Pastoral Care. The cost is $24.00 per plant. 

    You can order them after church on Sunday morning OR order online

  • VT Poor People's Campaign

    On Saturday, March 2, 2024, the Vermont Poor People’s Campaign will hold a rally and march in Montpelier, VT. This event is part of a nationwide day of action. 

    Click on the link to learn more about the Poor People’s Campaign

    Organizers write, “If you believe in a living wage, universal access to healthcare, immediate action on climate change, upholding and strengthening voter rights, and challenging the war economy, then join us on Saturday, March 2nd 2024, as Vermont joins 30+ states for this nationwide, simultaneous day of mass action: Mass Poor and Low Wage-Workers' Statehouse Assemblies and to the Polls! Arrive at 10am to the Montpelier Transit Center (Taylor Street between Rte 2 and State St), march to the statehouse at 10:30am, and assembly at the Statehouse at 11am. We will be joining with thousands of others: poor and low-wealth people, people of faith, advocates, organizations, and more, in one coalition, calling on our state and federal governments to address the interlocking injustices of poverty, racism, the war economy, ecological devastation, and the distorted moral narrative of christian nationalism. We cannot address poverty without addressing ecological devastation, nor can we address systemic racism without addressing the war economy, and so on. It goes hand in hand, and the time to act is now.” 

    Tara Affolter will meet church members in Montpelier at the transit center in Montpelier and we can march to the statehouse together. If walking to the capitol is not available to you, reach out to Tara as there are other accessibility options available. 

    Interested: RSVP Here

    Need a ride or can give a ride? Sign up here

    Questions? Contact Tara Affolter taffolter@middlebury.edu

  • You're Invited!

    With gratitude for the outpouring of generosity by our church congregation, you are invited to join HOPE board members James Calvin Davis and Kristie Skor for a special tour of HOPE’s facilities and services with Executive Director Jeanne Montross and Director of Development Heather Potter. Learn more about the many ways that HOPE is able to improve the lives of low income people in Addison County, thanks to your support.  

    Thursday, February 29

    11:00 a.m.

    HOPE - 282 Boardman Street

    RSVP James Calvin Davis - jcdavis@middlebury.edu


    Monday, March 25

    1:00 p.m.

    HOPE 282 Boardman Street

    RSVP Kristie Skor - skorfamily@gmail.com

    Space is limited to six people per tour, so please register in advance for your preferred date. Contact James or Kristie at the emails provided with any questions!

  • Join Pastor Andy!

    On Wednesday, March 6th, Pastor Andy will host an informal gathering from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. in Unity Hall. Coffee. Conversation. Probably some carbs. Stop by and say hi if you can.

  • Thinking of becoming a member?

    We will be receiving new members to the church on Sunday, March 24th. If you would like to know a bit more about us or if you would like to ask some questions, we will have an information meeting on March 17th at 11:30 a.m. in Unity Hall. For more information contact Pastor Andy or Pastor Elizabeth.

  • March: Every Can Counts!

    Every Can Counts! Your Board of Mission and Social Concerns invites you to join us in collecting food for HOPE (Helping Overcome Poverty's Effects) on our March Sundays. We set a lofty goal of 3 tons of food collected by the end of the year. As of now we are close to 600 pounds-a wonderful start. If it's easier to make a cash donation we can do the shopping for you (by check, please specify HOPE). We're so heartened by the generous outpouring of our church community, and if it seems like were asking for food more frequently, it's because we are! We've set a big goal to meet a big need. As always, thank you!

  • Bible Study on the Gospel of Mark

    A Bible study on the Gospel of Mark is on Tuesdays at 12:00 noon in the Russell Carpenter Room. Read Chapter 7 for the next session. 

    The class is also available on Zoom.

    Meeting ID: 839 3170 9216

    Passcode: 627348

  • Online Fellowship Hour

    We continue with online fellowship on the first and third Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on zoom. This will be facilitated again by Jean and Hal from Aruba. Expect to enjoy each other's company over sipping a warm drink. We will share our reflections from Andy's sermon to connect personally. Following in the tradition created by Jennifer Smith, we will collect names of people who wish to have a star sent to them in the mail. We look forward to seeing you again.

    RSVP Jean at jeanart70@gmail.com

    Zoom link

    Meeting ID: 876 3774 4686

    Passcode: 063702

  • Hook, Needle and Stitches

    A new idea is afoot! There is some interest with those of us who Hook, Knit, Crochet, Embroider, or just want to sit and chat with those who do while having a Fellowship Hour coffee! We have decided to meet on the 3rd Sunday of the month going forward.

    Next meeting is March 24th. All are welcome! For info contact Chris Ketcham.

  • Something New!

    Starting in 2024 we have made available the texts of all of our sermons here on our website so that you can read your favorites again, or share them with friends.


  • Red Clover Children's Center


    The door to the RCCC classroom area (to the right as you exit the elevator) is locked during childcare hours. Downstairs restrooms are still available off Fellowship Hall. 

    Parking is reserved for RCCC families during pick up and drop off times. Monday through Thursday, RCCC has primary access to the parking lot (7-9AM and 3-4:30PM). On Fridays, the morning timing remains in place, and RCCC families need to find other parking options to accommodate the Community Supper at the end of the day. 

    Thanks for your ongoing help with this important weekly routine!

  • The Upper Room devotional

    Did you know that we subscribe to the "Upper Room" devotional guide? This guide contains daily devotions. Copies of the March/April issue are on the Communications Table in the back of the sanctuary. Please take one!