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Sunday Oct. 4, 2020 — World Communion Sunday

Sunday Worship, 10:45AM

For public health reasons, the Church on the Green is worshiping virtually and the church buildings are closed at this time. We invite you to join us on Sundays, via Facebook Live. The service begins at 10:45AM. On World Communion Sunday, Oct 4, we will celebrate the Lord’s Supper virtually. 


How to view and participate in the Worship Service:

Go to Facebook a few minutes before 10:45 AM. (Note: you may need to scroll down the page a bit to find the live video stream.) Here’s the link:  If you are not a member of Facebook, no worries! You can also watch the service live right here on the church website (although without the “comment” and “share” features).

The worship services are posted here on the website and on the church Facebook page after the fact and can be viewed at a later time.

How to prepare for the Lord’s Supper

Select an area near your viewing screen to represent the Lord’s Table. Set the table ahead of time with bread, a beverage (in a pitcher, if you have one), and enough cups for your family members. Any bread and any beverage will do. We will consecrate the elements during worship and partake together.

Adult Education: the Westminster Larger Catechism

Log-in at 9:45AM on Sundays via Zoom to study and discuss the Westminster Larger Catechism. Led by Glenn Maciag.  All are welcome.  Use this link to log in:

Log-in to Virtual Fellowship Hour after Worship

After worship, take a minute to get yourself a cup of coffee or tea and then log on or phone in to our Virtual Fellowship Hour, via Zoom, starting at 11:45 AM. You may join online (computer or smart phone) using this link: Virtual Fellowship Hour. If prompted, the password is: 035644. Or you may phone in: (646)558-8656 and when prompted give the meeting ID: 963 3485 4807 and password. (NOTE: this may be a “toll call” so be sure to check your long distance plan in advance.)

Thank you for continuing to support the church financially to the best of your ability with your tithes and offerings. You may use the “donate” button on this page or mail in a check.