In Loving memory of Elizabeth "Dibbie" Clark
We share with you the sad news that longtime and beloved church member, Elizabeth (Dibbie) Clark, died on Saturday, February 12. With her family, we shared the love of her church family at First Church Woodbridge and the promises of our faith in her resurrection through Christ.
A memorial service will be held at First Church Woodbridge on Saturday, February 26 at 11:00 a.m., with Rev. Janice Touloukian officiating. Immediately following the service, a reception will be held in the Parish House. All are welcome to attend.
Cards can be sent to Dibbie's family at
The Clark Family
78 North Lake Drive
Hamden, CT 06517
In Loving memory of Griffin Bedworth
Please be in prayer for the family and friends of Griffith Bedworth,
a long-time church member, who passed away at the age of 101 on Monday, November 22 at the VA Veterans Medical Center in West Haven.
In Loving memory of Dr.Wilson H. Kimnach,
Church Historian and Beloved Parishioner
Dr. Kimnach was the Presidential Professor in the Humanities (Emeritus), University of Bridgeport, and General Sermons Editor of The Works of Jonathan Edwards. He was also a revered member off the Woodbridge Historical Society.
Those here at FCCW remember him fondly as our church historian, longtime parishioner, and dear friend.
We offer our prayers for his beloved wife, Carole Kimnach.
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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.
Charlotte & Emma
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
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.