AMICABLE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
United Church of Christ
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VIrtual Service Bulletin
Join us on our Facebook page each week for our Virtual Worship Services. You will find the bulletins for each service to the left, sermons are on the sermon page on our website, and check out our Worship Themes for each month, here on our website.
September 12, 2020
VIRTUAL 5k run and walk
Our service on Sunday (August 30, 2020) at Movement Ground Farm in Tiverton was so enjoyable. Those who attended were able to share in each other's company and worship God amongst creation. A highlight (especially for the children) was a tour of the farm after the service.
Amicable Congregational Church is excited to support the work of Movement Ground Farm and its vision to provide quality food, feed at-risk communities, create a space to heal from trauma, and honor ancestral indigenous peoples whose land they farm.
A Christmas Story at Amicable!
Looking for something different to do? Want to get out of the house for a bit? Amicable's Thrift Shop could use your help with the following tasks:
Hanging clothes on racks
There is an area set aside in the Sunday School hall and conference room blocked off by a screen for these jobs. Come in any Thursday or Saturday - someone is usually there by 9:30 a.m. and we finish about 2:00 p.m.
If different days are better for you, contact Gail at 401 624-2260, or Martha at 401 624-2323,
Thank you! Sales have been phenomenal and we have many donations to process.
Our Peace Pole has been installed through the much appreciated efforts of Ray Medeiros and Jim Aiello.
"Let Peace Prevail on Earth" in different languages,
even paw prints!
Amicable Church is hosting a book group at the Tiverton Public Library on the third Wednesday of each month at 2:00 p.m. The theme is "Spirituality and Politics" with the goal of encouraging conversations about faith and politics. The April discussion will be held on Wednesday, April 15, 2:00 p.m., at the Tiverton Public Library. Those interested are asked to read "How Fascism Works: the Politics of Us and Them" by Jason Stanley. Copies are available at the library.
It is our hope that by hosting this book group at the Tiverton Library, people who may have been hurt by the church community of their youth or distanced themselves from church completely, may find a spiritual community connection and begin to see church as different from what they experienced and find a way back to a faith community.
Virtual Service Bulletin
Virtual Service Bulletin