Love of Neighbor Febuary Food Drive
Help stock local Person to Person Pantries
Drop off items in Smith Hall
Urgently needed items are: hearty soups, peanut butter, tuna, oatmeal, and mac and cheese
Sunday, March 3rd
11:00am in the Meeting House
Cake & Coffee Series: Women's Fellowship
March 5, 9:30-11:00am
Join us for cake, coffee and camaraderie at the beautiful home of church member, Anne Schimmeck
Donate winter clothing and toiletries to be distributed to NYC homeless.
Men’s sizes M-XL are preferred. Drop off bins are located in Smith Hall.
We are a warm and welcoming family of faith, bound together in compassion and love.
The Congregational Church of New Canaan invites you to join us!
For over 280 years, we have gathered as a family of God’s children in order to experience His presence, learn Christ’s ways, and serve our neighbors – all to make faith a way of life.
Read: Judges 16:4–22
The lords of the Philistines came to Delilah and said to her, “Coax him, and find out what makes his strength so great, and how we may overpower him, so that we may bind him in order to subdue him; and we will each give you eleven hundred pieces of silver.” Judges 16:5
You cannot read the story of Samson and Delilah, and not feel as if Samson got exactly what he deserved. His relationship was based on lies—he knew it, Delilah knew it, and the Philistines were counting on it. Three times Delilah tried to trick Samson into giving himself up to the Philistines, and three times Samson overlooked the transgression. His lust for Delilah overwhelmed his better judgment—assuming he had capacity for better judgment! At the end of the story, Samson looks like a bald, broken fool.Read More