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Newtown Congregational Church tercentennial

  • A Feast Of Food And Memories For Newtown Congregational Church

    It was a full house in the Great Room of Newtown Congregational Church, Friday evening, October 17, as members and friends of the congregation gathered for food and reflections on the church’s 300th anniversary, being celebrated this year.

    Photo albums and two slideshows gave dinner guests ample opportunity to explore the church’s more recent past, and in two brief talks during the course of the evening, Reverend Matthew Crebbin addressed the early years of the Newtown Congregational Church and its growth over three centuries.

  • Harvest Dinner Planned For NCC Tercentennial Celebration

    A 300th Anniversary Harvest Dinner on Friday, October 17, will conclude Newtown Congregational Church’s tercentennial celebrations. The event will begin at 6 pm in The Great Room at the church, 14 West Street.

    Tickets are $15 per person and are available at church office through October 12.

    Capacity is 150 people, so time is running out to purchase a ticket to reserve a seat for the catered roast turkey dinner with all the trimmings by LeReine’s Cuisine. Pumpkin pie is being provided for dessert.

  • Congregational Church Tercentennial Continues With Traditional Worship Service

    NCC members Sandy Treleaven and Pat Hubert walked hand-in-hand from Newtown Meeting House to Newtown Congregational Church on Sunday morning.              

  • A Tercentennial Kick-Off For Congregational Church

    Members of Newtown Congregational Church attended a kick-off celebration of their church’s 300th anniversary on Sunday, January 5.