What's Happening at FCC

Tuesday Night Faith & Spirituality meeting bi-weekly for summer of 2017

posted May 15, 2017, 8:43 AM by Cheryl Hentz

Summer brings a bevy of activities for people, whether it’s summer vacations, ball games, evening golf leagues, cookouts, or something else, the Tuesday Night Faith & Spirituality discussion group is switching to twice monthly meetings for the summer—the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month.

So, beginning in June the group will meet 6/13 and 6/27; in July we’ll meet 7/11 and 7/25; and in August, we’ll get together on 8/8 and 8/22.

In September we will switch back to our usual weekly schedule. Meetings are Tuesdays at 7 pm at the church, usually in Room 201. Whether it’s during the summer, or in fall when we get back to the usual schedule, we welcome you to join us for some spiritually-uplifting and thought-provoking conversation—all of which will feed your soul. 

Oshkosh Refugee Resettlement

posted Jan 4, 2016, 8:41 AM by Joe Wiedenmeier

I am happy to report that we have a Good Neighbor Team assembled and ready to go for the al-Sakka family. We had more than 20 volunteers at our organizational meeting, and others who weren't able to make it!

While the immediate needs of this Syrian family are covered, there is a continuing stream of refugees from all over the world being resettled in the Fox Valley. I am told there is an Iraqi family of six who will arrive soon.

If you or people you know are still willing to participate in this vital ministry - and there is definitely a need - please contact Tami McLaughlin from World Relief of the Fox Valley. You can reach her at: 920-891-7961, or tmclaughlin@worldrelief.org. I will be leaving Bethany for a new call as of January 15th and will no longer be able to coordinate volunteer recruitment.

Thank you once again for your interest. May God bless you and your communities richly.

Stand Up for FCC

posted Nov 23, 2015, 7:37 AM by Joe Wiedenmeier   [ updated Nov 23, 2015, 7:41 AM ]

In case you missed it . . . Here's what Zoe Bossert said about our church. 

"I have always loved the fact that from the very beginning, this church has taught me we are not supposed to blindly believe something is taught because it's what the Bible says but to instead interpret, question and get inspired by the teachings. This church helps inspire me to keep searching and have the tools to keep searching and continue looking for a loving community and new experiences to practice and find my faith. So thank you First Congregational Church for being that loving community. And I can't wait for the new experiences that are in store for us."

FCC Outreach

posted Oct 19, 2009, 1:17 PM by Joe Wiedenmeier   [ updated Nov 23, 2015, 8:59 AM ]

If our faith doesn't impact the world, our faith is of little value -- to us, or anyone else. Outreach, either by hand-ons volunteering or through our giving to many causes in Oshkosh and around the world, has always been essential to our faith. The Social Justice Ministry Group, Esther Core Team, and the Benevolence Ministry Group are focused on the world outside our doors.

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