Goshen Church of Christ Congregational
5 Old Middle Street, PO Box 216
at the intersection of Rt 4 and Rt 63
Goshen, CT 06756
Phone: 860-491-2793
Office Hours: Tues. - Thurs. 10am-12pm

Monthly Family Breakfast
Sunday, June 24  ~  8:00-10:00 am
Goshen Church of Christ Congregational
 5 Old Middle St., Goshen
 $7.00 per Adult
 $3.50 per Child under 12
 in the Parish Hall, Church of Christ
 5 Old Middle St., Goshen, CT 06756

Sunday, July 29
Sunday, August 26
Sunday, September 30
Sunday, October 28

Full Moon Drumming for Peace
Thursday, June 28  ~ 8:15-9:15 pm
Goshen Church of Christ Congregational
Drumming for Peace at sunset on the evening of the full moon
takes place at Church of Christ Congregational, 5 Old Middle Street,
at the intersection of Routes 4 and 63 in Goshen, CT.
Come and join us as we send the energy created
by our drumming out into the universe for world peace.
Bring your own drum/s or use one of the drums
or rhythm instruments that will be available.

If the flapping of the wings of a butterfly in South America
can have an affect on the weather in Africa, then surely the
energy created by our drumming can have an affect on world peace.

Come and join us and drum your heart happy.
If it isn't raining or cold we will gather outside
on the lawn, so bring a chair as well as your drum.
If it's too cold to be outdoors, we will be in the
fellowship hall in the basement below the sanctuary.

Participants may bring their own drums or use the
 drums and rhythm instruments that will be provided.
Any type of hand drum may be used.
All drummers or people who would like to become
drummers are welcome; no experience is necessary.

Drumming for Peace is a program begun by Drums Around the World.
The concept is that drummers will drum for peace in their time zone for
about an hour sending the energy that is created out into the universe for
world peace and then other drummers will begin drumming in their time zone
and thus pass the drumming around the globe.

June 28th                 Thursday                               8:15 pm
July 27th                   Friday                                     8:00 pm
August 26                 Sunday                                  7:15 pm
September 24          Monday                                 6:30 pm
October 24th           Wednesday                          5:45 pm
November 23            Friday                                    4:15 pm
December 22            Saturday                              4:15 pm
Contact: Susan A. Strand

Goshen church congregation shows a green thumb
Litchfield.bz (05-01-16)
There was no resting for the congregants of the Church of Christ Congregational
in Goshen following Sunday's service.Congregants grabbed shovels and rakes
and spread mulch in the flower beds outside the chuch in a show of their
ongoing commitment to beautifying the church grounds.

The work came two weeks after the congregation received a
Green Houses of Worship Award from the Interreligious Eco-Justice Network,
which encourages houses of worship \to implement eco-friendly
measures in buildings and in the congregation.

The church’s buildings have been audited for energy usage and retrofits
and energy upgrades have been made. Other measures include recycling,
choice of paper products, cleaning supplies, lawn and garden
products and reusable cups and dishes. BZ photos

Volunteers make 800 pies for Goshen festival
Litchfield.bz (08-02-14)
Annabelle Strong of Goshen prepares a blueberry and peach pie on Friday
 at the Church of Christ Congregational in Goshen. BZ photos

The Church of Christ Congregational in Goshen was a beehive of activity
on Friday as volunteers made 800 blueberry and blueberry
and peach pies for Saturday's annual blueberry festival.

The festival is being held from 8 to noon and includes a blueberry pancake breakfast.
Pies are on sale for $15. Blueberry pies, blueberry and peach pies,
blueberry muffins, blueberries, blueberry jam and assorted
blueberry items are also on sale during the church fundraiser.

Nadine Doherty and John Fulkerson ran the machine that produced pie crusts.

Abigail Strong of Goshen displays a pie ready to have its top put on.