Did You Miss the 2020 Annual Meeting? Watch a Replay!
Racial Justice Theological
Roundtable
Discussion on the Resolution

Annual Meeting
Worship
Budget Hearing

Annual Meeting 2020
Business Meeting
Conversation with the Conference Minister (Sunday)
Ministry to/with/for Our
Communities
Annual Meeting 2020
Keynote Address
Horton Center Update: "If You Can't Come to the Mountain, We'll Bring the Mountain to You"
We adopted a new motto this summer, "If you can't come to the mountain, we'll bring the mountain to you". As we developed HC@home we kept coming back to the question, "how can we bring campers the most important parts of camp this summer?" Now, we are turning our attention towards the fall and winter but our motto remains applicable. We want to bring Horton Center to YOU through either HC@church (a free, awesome, day-long camp-like experience for your church's youth group) or through a virtual church visit! Give us a call and let us know how we can bring the mountain to you! Yet another exciting offering we are starting in a few short weeks is, due to popular demand, our camp store will be available ONLINE! More information on how to order all the best Christmas gifts for your loved ones will be coming soon! Until then, stay healthy and safe!

Shalom, Tim and Tivvi

As always you can contact Tim Hughes, Executive Director, Horton Center, with any questions at: thughes@nhcucc.org or 603-545-9660
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Free Online Concert with Singer - Songwriter Reggie Harris
November 6, 2020 - 7:00 to 8:30 PM
In the midst of challenging times, the New Hampshire Conference United Church of Christ Economic Justice Mission Group & Racial Justice Mission Group offer an unforgettable evening to help us all Repair, Restore, and Renew.

Reggie Harris is an acclaimed, sought-after musician known for his songs and stories of inspiration and transformation. As we face the wounds of a pandemic, ongoing racial and economic injustice, and election 2020, we offer this free concert of HOPE.


Registration is required at:
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Please Remember in Your Prayers...
As our nation approaches an election, we pray for wisdom within the soul of each who votes, patience among us as election officials do their diligence to provide us results, and civility between us as we accept the results which will guide us into the future.


O God, in your tender mercy,
Hear our prayers!

Across Our Conference
The Rev. Judie Bryant has been selected to serve as the Interim Minister for Pilgrim Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, in Nashua. She began her ministry at Pilgrim on October 13th.

The Rev. Mark Brockmeier has been called as the Designated-Term Pastor of the Community Congregational Church of Greenland. His first Sunday "in the pulpit" will be October 25th.

The Rev. Rebecca Maccini has tendered her resignation as Designated Term Pastor of the Congregational Christian Church, United Church of Christ, of West Franklin. Her ministry at Franklin will conclude on October 31, 2020.
 
The Rev. Dr. Peter Lovett has accepted the call of the First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, of Meredith to be their Pastor and Teacher. Peter will begin his ministry at Meredith on November 1, 2020.  

The Rev. Ruth Martz has tendered her resignation from her position as Pastor and Teacher of the Congregational Church of Sanbornton, United Church of Christ, effective November 30, 2020, and is retiring from active ministry. Ruth’s last Sunday at Sanbornton will be November 15. 

The Rev. Damon Anderson has announced his resignation from the First Congregational Church of Swanzey at the end of the year. Rev. Anderson's last Sunday leading public worship with be November 15th.

The Rev. Sharon van der Laan will retire and conclude her ministry as Pastor and Teacher of the Lancaster Congregational, United Church of Christ, on November 22, 2020.
Conference Minister
Sunday Schedule: October 25, 2020
The Rev. Gordon Rankin will be worshiping with our NHCUCC congregations via computer from his own home
Weekly News
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