Our events are open to everyone! No membership or religious affiliation is required or expected to attend. We aim to serve, learn, and enjoy good fellowship.
Enjoy fellowship as we celebrate the beginning of a new school year and worship together after summer vacations.
The worship service begins at 10:00, while Sunday School and nursery care follow Time For Children at 10:15.
A brief church meeting will follow the service.
Stay after the service and enjoy a homemade luncheon featuring baked ham, mashed potatoes, butternut squash, corn, tossed salad, rolls with butter, and hot fudge sundaes.
Donations are gratefully accepted!
Enjoy a delicious lobster dinner without all the work! Let us do the cooking for you.
On the menu: boiled lobster with drawn butter, baked potato, corn on the cob, coleslaw, roll with butter, and a fudge brownie for dessert.
Takeout only at 5:00, 5:30, 6:00, or 6:30.
Call Linda at 247-5604 or Marty at 247-5453 for tickets.
Reservations accepted until Wednesday, August 2.
David Neill and his Imagery Circus
Come to our circus show: Our ringmaster introduces the acts, sit back, close your eyes and remember your circus days as a child. We may not have a trapeze artist, tent or even elephants, but you will hear the original music of the traditional circus. Everyone deserves a chance to experience the joy and wonderment of the circus!
- Horses: Memphis the Majestic March
- Clowns: Miss Trombone
- Acrobats: The Cantonians March
- Flying Act: Wedding of the Winds
- Ponies: Honey Boys on Parade
- Animal Acts: The Thunderer
- Elephants: Circus Echoes (Galop)
- Riding: Olympia Hippodrome March
- Chimpanzees: Clownette
- Clowns: Walking Frog
- Jugglers: Stop It One Step
- Roman Rings: Crimson Petal
- Clowns: The Booster
- Finale: Barnum & Bailey's Favorite March
Hosted and sponsored in part by the Hatfield Real Folks Society. Please join us after the show for light refreshments and a chance to meet the band!
Rev. Kakos will lead a four-week discussion group focused on "The Evolution Angel" by Dr. Todd Michel.
Each session will include discussion about the book, appropriate Scriptures, and close with a meditation suggested by Dr. Michel.
Come enjoy some delicious King Cake and fellowship as we prepare to enter the Lenten Season.
Rev. Kakos will lead a discussion about Lent, its history and meaning in preparation for the Easter season.
All are welcome to attend this informal gathering in our church parlor!
Come learn more about Habitat For Humanity and local Habitat projects!
Hatfield Congregational Church is hosting a volunteer orientation and safety training.
All potential volunteers are required to attend training before working on a Habitat project.
We will be working at build site in Amherst on Sunday, March 5th.
No prior experience necessary! Free childcare during training available upon request.
Contact Melody at (413) 584-7888 for more information.
Come help our neighbors at the Western Massachusetts Food Bank feed those in need!
Volunteers are needed to help sort food and other jobs at the Food Bank the second Wednesday of every month.
We will meet at the Food Bank on North Hatfield Road at 1:00 and work a one, two, or three hour shift. You choose how long you stay.
Sponsored by the Benevolence Committee.
Wrap up your holiday shopping at our annual Christmas Craft Fair featuring handmade gifts, holiday decorations for your home, stocking stuffers, and delicious homemade baked goods.
Take a chance on the Gift Basket Raffle or the Gift Card Tree.
Hot coffee, beverages, and lunch available at the Christmas Cafe.
Sunday, October 2nd at 3:00
Come and hear about the impact music and dance had on WWI featuring the music of Bill Bailey, Stars and Stripes Forever, Colonel Bogie, and more!
Featuring music and dance from The Ragtime Five and The Small Planet Dancers.
Free and open to the public!
Sponsored in part by a grant from the Hatfield Cultural Council which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
The Fanfare Brass ensemble plays music from the sixteenth century to the present day, covering many styles of music including classical and light popular music.
This free concert is open to the public and is brought to you by Premier Entertainment, band manager David Neill, and supported by a grant from the Hatfield Arts Council.
Hatfield Congregational Church is known for putting on a fantastic dinner. Come see what all the fuss is about! Dinner is served family style, and is all you can eat.
Take Outs: 5-6:30pm
Dine In: 5:30-7pm
MENU: Roast Pork, Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Homemade Applesauce, Coleslaw, Rolls with Butter, Brownie Sundae
Tickets: Adults: $12 Children under age 10: $6
For tickets or more information, call Linda Milewski: 247-5604
Please join us as we explore the marvelous book, The Four Agreements, by Don Miguel Ruiz, a medical doctor who uncovered ancient Mexican life-disciplines which can greatly benefit our faith as well as our daily interactions. Each session begins with a Bible-passage that affirms each of the four "agreements'.
Our four times together will be all the Wednesdays in March- except March 23 which is Holy Week- beginning March 2, from 7:00-8:00.
To purchase a book, please contact Amy Novak (413)210-3965 and read the First Agreement beforehand.
-Ever thankful, Rev. Kakos
This is a special "quiet" and beloved service held each year to commemorate Jesus' last meal with his disciples and his call to remember, in our everyday lives, his purpose and his suffering. This is a "Tenebrae" service with candles and readings from the gospels of Jesus' final days. Attendees are also encouraged to bring forth the names of those loved ones who have passed away in the year previous. The names will be read aloud in peaceful remembrance.