This Church acknowledges as its sole head Jesus Christ, Son of God and Savior of men and women. We recognize two sacraments: Baptism and the Lord's Supper. We affirm the responsibility of the Church in each generation to make this historic faith its own.
Our Mission is to welcome All, follow Jesus Christ together, and live God's Word with compassionate service. (adopted 1/22/2012)
Pastor: Rev. Kathleen S. Clark
102 Ice Pond Road,
P.O. Box 246
East Arlington, Vermont
Mid Week Prayer
We balance gently, Gracious God, between hope and peace, fall and winter, the One who has come and the One who will come again. Steady our gaze on that which is your love and on those gifts that cannot be bought. Draw us again into the familiar story and help us make it our own. We pray this in your loving name. Amen.
TO HELP IN THE WAKE OF TYPHOON HAIYAN (CLICK ON TYPHOON)
The "Eat for Heat" Italian Buffet Dinner held on Nov 15th raised over $1300.00 to assist local families with winter needs. Thank you to cooks, kitchen staff, waitresses(all youth from age 5 to 17), helpers, and community who attended for Making a Difference.
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Emergency Needs Fund Auction
at Israel Congregation
Sunday November 17th at 5:30 p.m. the Interfaith
Council of the Northshire will hold its annual harvest potluck supper and fundraising auction to benefit the Emergency Needs Fund. This year’s dinner and auction will be held at Israel Congregation of Manchester, 6025 Main Street, Manchester Center (next to Town Hall).
Each year dozens of people from across the Northshire come to the Emergency Needs Fund as a last resort to buy fuel, pay an electric bill, make a
rent payment, and other compelling needs that require immediate funding.
Through the generosity of donors from across the Northshire, the Emergency Needs Fund is able to meet many of the requests for emergency
funding.The annual auction with auctioneer extraordinaire Bill Drunsic wielding the gavel will feature a range of goods, services, vacation homes, food and other items that are sure to appeal to
“The Emergency Needs Fund is the lifeline for many in our community,” said the Rev. Kathy Clark, chair of the IFC.
“Each year our interfaith community takes it upon ourselves to raise the funds to replenish the Emergency Needs Fund so that our social safety net in the Northshire is strengthened.”
For more information, please contact:
Kathie Wall Evans 867-5955
Nancy Landis 768-8221