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Women's Fellowship
Join our active group of women who provide fellowship, assistance, comfort, kindness, and support throughout the year.  
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The Southern New England Women’s Connection recently held an Outdoor Fall gathering at the First Congregational Church in Canterbury, CT. Seven women from North Church attended this event. Among the Recognized Women Awards presented were North Church members Eve Bartlett and Cindi Hughes. These “Marthas and Marys” of our Congregations are tireless workers. The event had interesting speakers, a Church World Service Project and a worship service. It was a wonderful opportunity to bring women from Southern New England together and connect with one another.

Salem Covenant Church Women’s Gathering“Rest for the Weary” 10/31

There will be a Women’s Gathering at the Salem Covenant Church in Washington Depot, CT on Saturday, October 30, 2021 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm called “Rest for the Weary”. It will be a day of inspiration, worship, encouragement, fun, and collective wisdom as women share from their own experiences of what it means to find REST, especially in the times we are living. Come and meet women from all over New England and connect with them to share stories of life and faith. Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided. During the closing worship, a thanksgiving offering will be received to show our appreciation for our speakers and worship leader. Ten percent of this offering will benefit the Susan B. Anthony Project of Torrington. Registration would be appreciated by 10/27/2021. >Download registration form

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Monthly luncheons on various topics – see calendar for details. All are welcome! Bring a sandwich and RSVP.

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Participants from the greater Woodbury area welcome.

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Scholarship help for North Church college students and newly graduated high school students

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Looking to connect with women of the community in the evening? 

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A church wide event, normally occurring the Friday before Thanksgiving.