We provide opportunities for members and friends to interact with one another and always seek to welcome new people into our community. 

We host a “5th Sunday Feast,” a potluck dinner whenever there is a fifth Sunday, and plan a wide range of activities to foster community and growth for the congregation and community that include trips to museums, zoos, baseball games, etc.

Seeking to promote the wellbeing of body and spirit, we promote the physical and spiritual wellness of our members, friends, and community by providing education about health issues, concerns, and nutrition.  

Growth and Fellowship


Providing for the needs of the community is at the core of our faith and belief. Taking this seriously, we:

• house the Mineral Ridge Community Parish, a food pantry that distributes groceries to those in need

• maintain a community garden, helping to provide access to fresh produce in the summer months

• regularly support the mission of Niles Community Services

• support collections for needed items for our local schools, shelters, and rescue missions

Our Christian Education Committee oversees the educational programs of the church by:

• Recruiting and training teachers and leaders
• Plans and leads our Confirmation Class, FPC and Me classes for those interested in learning more about our church, and our Officer training
• Hosts a Candidates Night for those seeking election to the Weathersfield BoE and Board of Trustees
• Maintains the church library

Christian Education 

Health Ministries

Make a Difference Today


From Labor Day to Memorial Day we hold education classes for all ages at 9:15am each week.

• Our “Tiny Tot” class is for children from birth to three years of age
• Our Multi-aged Class is for children aged 4 through Grade Six. Each week children hear a Bible story, make a craft, and have a themed snack. While covering a large age range, the activities are geared towards the different skill levels of the children in the class.
• For Junior High and High School students a class is taught that helps students think about their faith and how it pertains to their lives as teenagers.
• There are two adult education classes each week that cover a wide range of topics and issues of faith.