Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer. Today is the first day after Labor Day. So we're getting ready for Homecoming Sunday, which we will observe on September 12th.
The ongoing pandemic has changed our lives. We have fallen out of routines. We know that some people have fallen out of the habit of attending Sunday worship. We would love to invite you back to church, whether in person or online - it's all part of the same community. If you'd like to join us by Zoom, send me a FB message or an email (email@example.com), and I'll get you the login link.
We also know that there are busier weekend plans during the summer. The weather calls us to travel and enjoy the outdoors. Now that Labor Day is in the rearview mirror we invite you to spend part of your weekend with us as church.
The Service will be briefer this Sunday so that we can enjoy more time together as a community catching up with old friends and saying "Hello" to new ones at an outdoor continental breakfast.
Please know that whoever you are, old friend or new to the area, seeker, believer, questioning, single or a family of eight, young or old, however you choose to love, however you choose to vote, whether you dress up for church or come in your favorite tee-shirt and shorts, please know that you are welcome here and we would love to see you at Homecoming.
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The first day of school in Hatfield is August 26th.
As our young people and teachers get ready to go back to school, we invite them to bring their backpacks to church for a special blessing on Sunday, August 22nd.
During Sunday School, we will make some special school supplies to help make homework more colorful and fun!
Students of all ages are invited to participate and everyone will take home a back to school goodie bag!
Hatfield Congregational is participating in the CROP Hunger Walk on October 3rd at New Salem, MA. These nation-wide events support the work of Church World Service and allows them to support sustainable projects among under-served populations. Additionally, 25% of the collections from each walk remain in those local communities to help people in need.
If you would like to make a donation or if you would like to join our church's team, please visit our CROP Walk website:
And thank you!
Faith, love and chitchat.
Children Sunday School 9:30-10:30am
Nursery care available during worship