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Join us this Sunday at 10 am for our Worship Service, led by The Rev. Jill H. Small, Interim Pastor, followed by a time of refreshments. Join us on Sunday mornings and in our programs throughout the week to learn and share more! All are welcome! When: Every Sunday Time: 10am September-June (9am July &…

Feeding the Hungry

Families First Fun Night Monday May 6th is an opportunity to provide a meal for Families First in Portsmouth. The main dish will be Macaroni and Cheese (can add an additional protein – ham, chicken, bacon, etc.), Rolls, Milk, Green Salad, Fruit and Bars or Cookies for Dessert to serve 10. The sign-up sheet is…


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Sun
26
May2019

Memorial Day Sunday Observance

May 26th. Come, Worship, and Remember. Come and be part of the 25th Anniversary of Community Church’s Memorial Garden. During Worship at 10am on Sunday May 26th, we will remember the men and women who died while serving in this nation’s military services, other loved ones and those interred in the Memorial Garden. On May 26th, Garden Trustees will lift up the life of John Woodsum Hatch, former UNH art professor, well-known artist and local leader. John essentially designed the Memorial Garden, working with Win Moore and Garden trustees including the late Bill Mason and Will and Sara Urban. We thank them all. Join us on Sunday May 26th to worship and read the Memorial Book of Remembrance. Feel free to select a visitation stone to leave at the gravesides of your loved ones. Stones are located in the baskets outside the Sanctuary entrance. Also, please join the Memorial Garden Trustees after worship on May 26th for coffee and refreshments. If you would like information or to be a volunteer gardener, contact Dianne Thompson in the church office at 868-1230 or e-mail her at diannet@ccdurham.org.

Starts at 10:00 am

Tue
28
May2019

"Extermination through Labor: The Crime of my Father's Company during the Holocaust"

Tuesday, May 28 6:30-8:30pm at Dover Public Library, Rev. Martin Rumscheidt will speak on "Extermination through Labor: The Crime of my Father's Company during the Holocaust."

Starts at 6:30 pm until 8:30 pm

At Dover Public Library

Thu
30
May2019

Dover Friendly Kitchen

Dover Friendly Kitchen: Please join the Justice & Witness Team on Thursday, May 30th as we cook, serve, and partner around joyful hospitality with our friends and neighbors at The Dover Friendly Kitchen. If you have never volunteered, we would love to share this amazing evening with you. The energy is high, the smiles are many. We are serving out in our community sharing our blessings. For those who would like to prepare food, there will be a sign up sheet in Fellowship Hall. As always, see Bryn Burns or Beth Cilley for more.


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