Posts by granbyctsouthchurch

Posts by granbyctsouthchurch

Pumpkin Patch

Come pick your pumpkins at South Church’s annual Pumpkin sale benefiting our youth service programs. The pumpkin patch, on the lawn of South Church, is open now through 10/31/2020. The patch is open daily from noon-dusk on weekdays and 10 a.m.-dusk on weekends.

Special Workshop/Worship

South Church is undertaking an exciting process in our life together: Discovering our “Why”.  South Church isprimarily an institution, but primarily, is a community of persons whose individual “Whys” create the “Why” of South Church.  This process will inspire each of us as individuals and collectively, as a community of faith.   We covet your presence at this zoom gathering which will be no more than 1 & ½ hours long, 9:30-11:00, and will involve each of you in a small group conversation led by a trained member of South…

Testimony to Generosity

Our benediction (link to benediction) inspired some of our members to reflect on the intersection of faith and generosity in their lives.  These testimonies, embedded in our worship services, are also gathered here.  We hope that they inspire you to think about your own faith and ways that you are and can be generous “Go forth into the world to serve God with gladness”  “Be of Good Courage” “Hold Fast to that which is good” “Serve God with Gladness” “Render to no…

Giving to South Church

If you are moved to support the work of South Congregational Church in Granby, CT, you can give online at: https://southchurchgranby.breezechms.com/give/online You can also text-to-give at 860-788-4416. Simply text the amount you wish to give and “South Church”. For example, if you want to give $5, you would text “$5 South Church”.

Moon Beams

“Moonbeams” is a periodic message from me in an attempt at reflecting the light. I hope these “Moonbeams” foster reflection in your own life. Every Blessing, Rev. Denny Moon —————————————————————————————————–Black Lives Don’t Matter….A month after Eric Garner was asphyxiated by police power in New York City, while saying “I can’t breathe,” when Michael Brown was shot dead by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, in August, 2014, a banner was raised with the cry, Black Lives Matter! And then, after a long…

Virtual Worship

Our Response to Covid-19South Church has decided to cancel its face to face meetings and worship services until further notice. This “social distancing” as it is being called, is an effort to help slow the spread of the virus and to keep particularly vulnerable populations; people with underlying health conditions and the elderly; as safe as possible. Virtual WorshipWho knows how long we will be in this position, but as long as we are, we will worship on-line. 10:00 Sundays.…