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Dear Friends,

We continue to be grateful that you are connecting with our worship services on Sunday mornings at 10:00am. Your commitment to participate in the service each week has been wonderful. Even though we aren’t able to physically worship together, we are still able to be the church, the one Body of Christ spiritually. We film the service on Saturday mornings so we can edit and upload the service to the various online platforms. So, even if you aren’t able to watch at 10:00am you can tune in at other times to suit your schedule. Many thanks to Sib Law and Erik Lindemann for their hard work in getting these broadcasts ready to go. It has truly been a team effort.

Stay safe and God’s blessings,
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Past sermons are available on our website, click here to view

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Bible Study continues Wednesday at 10:30 am.

This week: The Burden of Envy
If you haven't been part of this study, please connect and you can jump right into the conversation. We are using Max Lucado's study of Psalm 23 with his book Traveling Light. The video runs about 25+/- minutes followed by some lively discussion/conversation.

An email each Wednesday morning will connect you by zoom video link or by phone for audio only.

New Zoom Prayer Time, Thursdays  at noon.

Prayer theme this week: the Fourth Commandment.
As the world attempts to cope with this pandemic, people either turn away from God or turn to God. For those who want to go to God, Kim Hill is offering a “Turn To” Prayer Meeting via zoom on Thursdays at 12 Noon. It’s about 20 minutes – drop in as little or long as you want. Pray silently or aloud.

An email each Thursday morning will connect you by zoom video link or by phone for audio only as we – reach out to God!  Questions contact Kim:

The Reason for God 
Online study, beginning May 18

In his New York Times bestselling book The Reason for God, Timothy Keller established himself as a modern-day C. S. Lewis who brings together faith and intellect, theology and popular culture, modern-day objections and historic Christian beliefs.

This six-session small group Bible study captures live and unscripted conversations between Rev. Keller and a group of people to address their doubts and objections to Christianity. Using literature, philosophy, and Scripture, Keller and the group explore the truth of Christianity.

Sessions include:
•    1. Isn’t the Bible a Myth?
•    2. How Can You Say There Is Only One Way to God?
•    3. What Gives You the Right to Tell Me How to Live My Life?
•    4. Why Does God Allow Suffering?
•    5. Why Is the Church Responsible for So Much Injustice?
•    6. How Can God Send Good People to Hell?

Join Bridget Perry and Clare Schimpf for an hour every Monday at 4:00 pm for six weeks starting May 18. We will watch a 20 minute video online followed by a 40 minute discussion via Zoom* with a study guide. Invite a friend or family member to join you – near or far – all are welcome.

* Zoom link:
The Stewardship and Finance committee is grateful to the members who have continued to mail their pledges into the office or make them online through the church website donation page. Others may consider arranging online to have their banks send the checks directly to the church. The address is 2475 Easton Turnpike, Fairfield, CT 06825.
Join Anna for story time, Wednesday at 3pm

Check out the links to Sunday School wherever you watch your Sunday service for resources for your children. Please e-mail with any questions or suggestions!

 Digital Student Ministry

Join us by Zoom this Sunday evening from 5:30-7:00pm. Social distancing is hard for our teens, but our student ministry is still here for you! Each week we spend time playing games, talking about our experiences in the midst of quarantine, and looking at God’s response in the midst of our chaos.
To join the Zoom call follow the link below:
Meeting ID: 127-675-394
Password: studmin
College Hangout
Many college students and young adults find themselves back home looking for points of connection. So join us by Zoom this Thursday evening from 8:00-9:30pm.
To join the Zoom call follow the link below:
Meeting ID: 569-219-601
Password: college
The Memorial Garden was refreshed last week. Garden beds were weeded, sweet peet mulch was spread, and stone work was pressure washed.
May Deacon on Call

Kay Brix

If a need arises throughout the week, please feel free to reach out to Kay at  757-784-5563 (cell), 203-304-9206 (home) or

The nurses at Norwalk Hospital are collecting old iPhones, iPads, tablets and smart phones (with chargers) so that patients can communicate with their families through Wi-Fi. If you have one to donate, or can ask friends and family, please drop them outside the church office or email Anna Fedoryk at who has offered to pick up.  Thank you!
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