BAHA'I FAITH OF NEWTOWN
BAHAâI FAITH OF NEWTOWN
Contact Margo Deselin
Devotional meetings; spiritual discussion meetings; discussions of social issues from a spiritual perspective. The meetings are held at various locations in Newtown. Call for meeting locations or questions.
CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN CHURCH
85 Mt Pleasant Road at Tory Lane
Â 426-6300 or 426-0651
Gregory Wismar, Pastor
The second-last Sunday of the Church Year will be celebrated at the 10:30 am service on Sunday, November 9. Sunday school and adult bible class will begin at 9 am.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
16 Saw Mill Road; 203-438-3026;
www.LDS.org or www.Mormons.org
Family History Center, 426-1752
Bishop David H. Oakes
Sunday Sacrament Meeting, 2 pm; Sunday school (ages 12âadult) and primary school (18 monthsâage 11), 3:20 pm; Priesthood, Relief Society, and young women meeting, 4:10 pm; teenagersâ activities Wednesday, 7:30 pm. Family History Center is open Tuesday through Thursday evenings and on Saturdays.
Meets at Newtown Meeting House,
Â 31 Main Street (at the flagpole)
The Rev Robert Tarullo,
Sunday worship services, 11 am and 5 pm (third Sunday 3 pm); morning services begin with hymn, prayer and memory work recitation at 10 (worship follows at 11). Sunday school begins at 9:30 am with classes for all ages, and nursery is provided during worship. Menâs fellowship first Thursday of each month; womenâs fellowship the third Thursday; and womenâs Bible study second Saturday.
FAITH AT NEWTOWN
Meets at 113 Church Hill Road,
Pastor Tim Kuhn
Sunday worship service 10 am. Small group bible studies available.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
27 Roxbury Road
(corner of Routes 6 & 67)
Sunday services and Sunday School (for up to age 20; small Bible-Lesson discussion groups for teens), 11 am to noon. The subject of the November 9 Bible Lesson-Sermon will be âAdam and Fallen Man.â Golden Text â I Timothy 4:7 (ââ¦ refuse profane and old wivesâ fables, and exercise thyself rather unto godliness.â) Wednesdays from 7:30 to 8:30 pm there are readings from the Bible and the Christian Science textbook Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, followed by testimonies of healing through prayer. Visitors can expect a respectful, warm welcome.
GRACE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
174 Mt Pleasant Road; 270-1005
The Rev Barry Fredericks, Pastor
The Rev Sheila Fredericks,
The Rev Christopher Caton,
Associate Pastor The Rev Adam Fredericks,
Children & Youth Pastor
Sunday Worship, 8:30 and 10:15 am; Youth Service, 10 am; Childrenâs Church and Nursery at all services. Wednesday worship, 7 pm; Friday service, 7 pm.
Meets at Edmond Town Hall,
Â 45 Main Street
Ernestine Urquhart, Pastor; 426-4338
This interdenominational Christian church meets Sundays, 10 am, for morning worship in the town hallâs Mary Hawley Room, with fellowship immediately following the service. All are welcome.
NEW HOPE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Church office is at
20 Church Hill Road, Newtown;
Rev James A. Solomon, Pastor
Worship service Sunday 5 pm, at Newtown Congregational Church, 14 West Street. Call the church office or visit the website for information on midweek small group meetings and other events.
NEWTOWN BIBLE CHURCH
35 Sugar Street (Route 302); 426-6484
The Reverend Joey Newton, Pastor
Bob Brainard, Elder
Sunday services begin with Fellowship at 9:30 am, Sunday School 9:45 (with classes for all ages), worship service 10:45 (nursery and childrenâs service is provided), and evening discipleship 6 pm. Other services and opportunities include Prayer Meetings Thursday, 7 pm; Menâs Fellowship, second Saturday of the month, at an area restaurant; Womenâs Fellowship, fourth Saturday of the Month, at an area restaurant; and Godâs Girls of Grace, third Wednesday of the month, for ages 8â100. Regular events include Vacation Bible School, Fellowship dinners, other events and ministries. Call the office with questions.
NEWTOWN CHRISTIAN CHURCH
210 Sugar Street, Newtown; 426-6189;
Jack Tanner, Minister
Sunday services begin with Bible School for all ages at 8:45 am. Worship Celebration at 10 am for adults with a childrenâs worship time. Menâs Group on Monday at 7:30 pm; Ladies Group the second Saturday of each month. An after school program for children Kâ7th grade on Tuesdays at 4:30 pm; please call the church office with any questions.
A member of the
United Church of Christ
14 West Street;
The Rev Matthew S. Crebbin,
The Rev Janice Touloukian,
Dan Coffman, Choir Director
Philip Crevier, Organ/Piano
âPrepare To Get Wet,â based on Amos 5:18â24, will be the sermon offered by the Reverend Matthew Crebbin during the 10 am worship service on Sunday, November 9; the Reverend Touloukian will assist. Calendar includes: Nov 9, Flu Clinic, 12â2 pm, $30 vaccinations (most insurance accepted, bring ID card).
92 Church Hill Road,
Rev Mel Kawakami, Senior Pastor
Rev Richard Yerrington,
Rev E. Sue Klein, Deacon
426-9998; FAX 426-0865;
Sunday family worship at 8 and 10 am, Adult Bible study 9 am Sunday (also Wednesday 7:30 pm), Church School for all ages 10:30 am. Hymn for the month of November is âGive Thanksâ (#2036). Calendar includes: Nov 15, Family Game Night, 7â9 pm.
A United Church of Christ,
Route 172, South Britain;
Reverend Douglas Miller,
Sunday worship service, 10 am, coffee hour follows. Check website for meetings, special events, etc.
ST JAMES LUTHERAN CHURCH, ELCA
111 Peter Road, Southbury
Pastor Scott Nessel
Sunday School for all ages and Bible Study at 9 am, worship at 10:15. St James is an Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA).
ST JOHNâS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Â 5 Washington Avenue (Route 34),
Â (Mailing address is PO Box 716),Â Sandy Hook; 426-9938; StJohns06482.blogspot.com
The Rev. Mark Moore
Bruce Moulthrop, Senior Warden
Jack Hornak, Junior Warden
Sunday service 9:30 am (Holy Eucharist). St Johnâs is the home of FAITH Food Pantry, an ecumenical ministry that distributes to those in need on an emergency basis. Hours are Tuesday 10 am to noon, and Thursday 6 to 7:30 pm.
ST ROSE OF LIMA CHURCH
46 Church Hill Road; 426-1014
Monsignor Robert E. Weiss, Pastor
Â The Rev Milan Dimic, Parochial Vicar
Â The Rev John Inserra, Parochial Vicar
Thomas F. Curran, Deacon
Â Don Naiman, Deacon
Norm Roos, Deacon
Weekday Masses, 6:45 and 9 am; Saturday Masses, 8 am, 4 and 5:30 pm; Sunday Masses 7:30, 9, 10:30 am and noon. Confessions on Saturdays 3 to 4 pm or by appointment. Holy Day Vigil, 7:30 pm; Holy Day Masses, 6:45 and 9 am, and 5:30 and 7:30 pm.
TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH
36 Main Street; 426-9070
The Rev Kathleen E. Adams-Shepherd, Rector
The Rev Carol E. Westpfahl,
Childrenâs Education Minister
Fiona Smith Sutherland, Music Minister
Sunday First Service 7:30 am â traditional service and language, no music or childrenâs service, 8:45 am Second Service â traditional service with contemporary language, full music program, childrenâs service, 10 am Fellowship, 11:15 am Third Service (see 8:45 details), also Adult Education and Church School (Education for all ages) 10â11 am each Sunday, fully staffed nursery open 8:30 amâ12:30 pm, continental breakfast 8â11 am. Calendar includes: Nov 9, âThomas Merton: The Greatest Spiritual Voice in the 20th Century, part one,â 10 am, adult education; also Nov 9, work camp meeting, 4 pm, mandatory for anyone planning to attend.
CONGREGATION OF DANBURY
24 Clapboard Ridge Road, Danbury
798-1994 (main office) or
790-1996 (DRE office);
Director of Religious Education (DRE)
Sherry Kyriacou, Office Manager
Worship services are on Sunday at 9 and 11 am, coffee hour follows; on November 9, the Reverend Sue Spencer, interim minister, will lead the services on âThe Human Cost of the $3 Trillion War.â Religious education for children fifth grade and under continues during the summer. Check website for meetings, special events, etc. Calendar includes: Nov 16, UCW Chamber Choir concert, 4 pm, reception to follow.
VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (PCUSA)
21 West Whisconier Road, Brookfield;
The Rev Ann Beams, Pastor
The Reverend Ann Beams will present the morning message âWhile you Were Outâ during the 10 am worship service on Sunday, November 9. Adult Sunday school at 9 am, continue with âUniform Bible Studyâ (no advance preparation is needed). Sunday school for elementary grade children starts at the end of the Childrenâs Sermon; middle and high school students start their class following the full sermon. Childcare is provided during the worship service and Sunday school time. Coffee and fellowship will be at 11 am. Check website for meetings, special events, etc.
444 Main Street North, Southbury;
Â Rabbi Eric Polokoff
Shabbat evening services Friday 7:30 and all Jewish holidays. Check website for meetings, special events, etc.
CONGREGATION ADATH ISRAEL
115 Huntingtown Road
(mailing address is PO Box 623,
Rabbi Shaul Praver
Friday services, 7:30 pm. Hebrew School Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 4:15 pm. Sunday School, 9:30-11:45. Also Tot Shabbat, 30-minute services for young children & families, second Saturday each month 9:15 am and some Friday evenings at 6:45 (call for schedule). Calendar includes: Nov 7, Family Services, 7 pm; Nov 8, adult Torah discussion & Shabbat services, 9:30 am.
CONGREGATION BâNAI ISRAEL
193 Clapboard Ridge Road, Danbury; 792-6161
Rabbi Nelly Altenburger
Joel Levitt, President
Saturday services, 9:30 am.
UNITED JEWISH CENTER SYNAGOGUE
141 Deer Hill Avenue, Danbury;
Â Rabbi Clifford Librach
Friday, Reform Services 8 pm. Family Service third Friday of each month, 7:30 pm. Traditional Services, Saturday 10 am.