First Church of Christ Congregational 61 Main St, Unionville, CT06085 First Church of Christ Congregational is affiliated with the United Church of Christ and stands behind the Soldier's…More Monument. Its mottos are "the church with a heart in the heart of Unionville" and "God loves you and so do we." These words stand for the church's open-door policy of inviting everyone in to participate in worship and family-oriented activities such as potluck suppers, game nights, bible studies and Sunday school. The church is currently overseen by an interim pastor, while a search committee looks for a new pastor.
First Church of Christ Congregational 75 Main St, Farmington, CT06032 Farmington's oldest church offers Christian education for children through Sunday school, the teen and preteen Pilgrim…More Fellowship group and a children's sermon at the beginning of every worship service. In the 2009-2010 year, the church took a look at what its members believe, the direction they believe the church should be moving and its strengths and weaknesses. The results show the church body to be welcoming to people of all types and liberal about theological issues such as the origin of the Bible and miracles. First Church will continue to be a welcoming church and heavily involved in the community. It is led by the interim minister, the Rev. Douglas L. Clark.
Village Traders Consignment Shop 75 Main St, Farmington, CT06032 Village Traders Consignment Shop is located on the lower level of Amistad Hall, a building operated by the First Church…More of Christ. It sells gift items, tableware, glassware, home decor and antiques. Many items are brand new. All proceeds accrued from consignment are donated to local charities.
The Farmington Food Pantry helps more than 50 local families by providing them with food, personal items and other…More necessities.</p>
<p>Its home is on the campus of First Church of Christ Congregational in Amistad Hall. A large freezer and shelving units store the food that is donated by Farmington families and by Foodshare. Volunteers sort the donated items and families are able to pick up what they need.</p>
<p>Eligible families are referred through the Farmington Social Services Department.</p>