We are a diverse community of believers in Christ that have been established here in New London County for over 20 years. We actively teach and live by the truth found in God's Word and work diligently to have a positive impact on our surrounding communities. We want to welcome you to join us for our Sunday fellowship and worship, which includes refreshing and relevant teachings from the Holy Bible and a truly loving atmosphere.
Tuesday Congregational Midweek Nov 20th, 7pm @ church building
Sunday Worship: Nov 25th 10am, @ church building
Tuesday Delta Midweek Nov 27th
Sunday Worship: Dec 2nd 10am, @ church building
Church Address 151 Shewville Rd, Mystic CT 06355
Teen Coat Drive
For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me…
Matt 25: 35 – 36
It's time for donating those too-small, somewhat-worn, but still-warm coats to the annual Teen Coat Drive. We are accepting the following items in clean, new or like-new condition in adult and child sizes:
Coats, jackets, winter hats, beanies, gloves and scarves
The drive is scheduled to begin Monday 10/22/2018 and ends Friday 12/3/2018, with a goal of collecting 100 coats and jackets. Coats will be collected each Sunday at the church building, in the teen storage room. You are more than welcome to ask your neighbors and co-workers if they would like to donate. Contact Tony Turner with any questions.
2018 Calendar of Events:
Our Weekly Newsletter:
Visit our Sermon Archive or Daily Bible Study Series
Visit our Singles & Campus page
Our single's minister Danny MacDougall has launched a webpage dedicated to our singles and campus ministry. Please provide him feedback for anything that you would like to see highlighted here.
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Upcoming HOPE events:
Our HOPE worldwide-New London County Chapter enjoyed a new partnership with GASP (Groton Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention) and Groton Public Schools 9/7/17 at our 911 Day of Remembrance “Create a Card” event.
Seventy-six volunteers gathered to encourage first responders by creating cards for them. It was such fun to hang out as families and friends, be creative and strengthen the fabric of our community together!
Hundreds of cards were made and cards, candy and balloons were delivered to over 30 fire, ambulance and police stations in New London County.