First Congregational Church and Society,  United Church of Christ,  6 Payson Hill Rd.,  Rindge, NH 03461   Mailing address: PO Box 451, Rindge, NH 03461   Phone: 603-899-5722 

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The upper room magazine for March & April is available at the church or we can mail the publication to you. 

If you are unable to get out - Contact us & we will be happy to make convenient arrangements. 

Come and Meet Rev. Kelly Our Interim Minister!

It is important for us to hear each other – to hear and see different perspectives within our church community. So there will be opportunities in small groups to get to know one another better – and to reconnect with people we may not have seen in a while.

In order to offer the chance to ask questions and hear from everyone, we are having small gatherings this month – via Zoom and  in-person – each with 10-12 people.

We hope to see you soon!

In person:
Saturday March 27 10am - 11am
Sunday  March 28 10:45 am - after service

Sign up on-line, call & leave a message, or e-mail

For recorded  Lent Services go to Rooted in Hope tab  or via:

We are seeking a volunteers for Bible readings. Drop us a line & we will let  you know what  readings are for upcoming Sunday Services.  

Also looking for community & family pictures to share. 

Wednesday Feb 17, 2021 -   Ash Wednesday - Lent Begins

Palm Sunday March 28, 2021 

Outdoor Service at the church

Maundy Thursday Service April 1, 2021

7 PM At the church

The story of Christ’s passion and death are the center piece of the Maundy Thursday service. 

Easter Sunday  - April 4, 2021 ! 

  10 am Service

            at the Cathedral of the Pines, Rindge NH

Lenten Study are Wednesday Evenings at 7 pm.  
The Poetry of Lent: A Lenten Companion to Mary Oliver’s Devotions”

will be the devotional companion.

If you would like to join or have questions, contact us so we can send a copy of the Devotional to you.

Palm Sunday

Wednesday March 31 Lent study:

Mark 11 : 1 - 11

Mary Oliver Poetry for The Poetry of Lent Devotional

“The poet Thinks About the Donkey”

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Or call 603-899-5722