Blood Drive
January 22, 2019
2:30 to 6pm
Congregational Meeting
Are you a member? Be sure to join us for our annual congregational meeting after worship on January 27!

Join us for Worship

Worship is a central part of our life at First Congregational United Church of Christ. It is a time for us to come together as a community, learn from the scriptures, and praise the living God. Whether you’re already a member, looking for a new church home, or thinking about church for the first time, we hope you’ll join us this Sunday morning!

Where

520 E. 11th St
DeWitt, Iowa 52742

When

Sunday
9:30am

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Latest News

Check out our news page for the latest sermons, information about events, and other news about the community at First Congregational United Church of Christ.

Spring Bible Study

Spring Bible Study starts on January 30th and runs through February 27th. Wednesdays at 7:15pm (after Confirmation class). For this Bible study, we’ll read along with the lectionary readings for those weeks: January 30: Matthew 6:7-21 February 6: Matthew 7:1-14 and Matthew 7:24-29 February 13: Matthew 13:24-43 February 20: Matthew 14:13-33 February 27: Matthew 16:24-17:8

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Back Bay Mission Trip Informational Meeting

Are you interested in a mission trip to Back Bay Mission? We’ll be hosting an informational event with Pastor Chris after worship on February 3, 2019. Please join us to learn more about this exciting opportunity! Back Bay Mission is a human services ministry of the United Church of Christ located in Biloxi, Mississippi. Its

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Baptism (Sermon for January 13, 2019)

Way back in June, we had a baptism. James and Brianne stood at the front of the church, and I held a kind of squirmy Kaelyn, and I baptized her in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. And it was a wonderful day. We welcomed Kaelyn into our family…

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Refugees (Sermon for January 6, 2019)

“A voice was heard in Ramah, wailing and loud lamentation, Rachel weeping for her children; she refused to be consoled, because they are no more.” In today’s reading from Matthew, we hear this line from the prophet Jeremiah about Rachel, in the city of Ramah, weeping for her children. You see, a long time ago,

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