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October 24, 2021

CALL TO CONGREGATONAL MEETING

 

The membership of the First Church of Woodbridge, is hereby called to meeting on Sunday, October 24, 2021, in the Meeting House immediately following the Sunday morning worship service, in order:

1. To receive and act upon the Preliminary Annual Budget for 2022

2. To hear and approve plans and to empower the Officers and Boards of the Church to conduct the business of the Church from January 1, 2022 until adoption of the Final Annual Budget

3. To receive A Report from the FCCW Search and Renewal Committee concerning the hiring of an Interim Minister

4. To transact any other business appropriate to come before the Meeting

Respectfully Submitted,

October 8, 2021 Susan Stoddard, Clerk

Come Join Us for Coffee Hour!

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Coffee Hour is back! Everyone is welcome to gather

inside the Parish Hall directly after Sunday Service.

Please enjoy some coffee and light refreshments

as we celebrate the renewed joy of one another's company

after such a long while of disconnect.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Thank you to Julie Hultgren and Jesse Hubbard for hosting

Coffee Hour on September 19th!

Click Below to Volunteer In Your Own Way!

Announcements of Welcome

Logan Alexander Cerny
July 16, 2021

Debbie and Rich Forselius welcome the blessing of a new grandson to the family.

Logan Alexander Cerny

Born 7/16/21 at 3:11pm

8 lb 5.8 oz and 21.5 in long

 

Son of Thomas and Erica Forselius Cerny.

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Welcome
Charlotte & Emma
Lindskog!

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Please welcome Charlotte and Emma Lindskog as our new video and audio specialists. They are the granddaughters of Carl and Annemarie Lindskog. We are so thankful for their skills and willingness to join us.

Prayer Shawl Ministry

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Prayer shawls  are wonderfully warm and fuzzy and comforting.  They say somebody loves you.  We delivered one recently to our Pastor Emeritus, Boyd Johnson, who has been recovering from double pneumonia, at home in Madison under the watchful and loving eye of his wife, Barbara. He also has the support of the Congregational Church in Madison who threw him a grand 90th birthday party on Zoom. Wonders never cease!  Not sure if he wore the prayer shawl to the party but there was love and caring all around. We remember him fondly and wish him a speedy and complete recovery.