FCTV Features WCC's Safe Plates

Check out the story FCTV did on its Falmouth in Focus segment on our recent Safe Plates event.

 

“Mini Summer Bazaars” Planned for July 11 & 25; Aug. 8 & 22

When the candy companies came out with their mini chocolate bars, consumers thought, “Who will ever want those?” Apparently everyone, because the minis were a hit. Instead of one big bar, you get to have have several mini bars over a period of time!

    So it is true with Waquoit’s annual colossal . . . → Read More: “Mini Summer Bazaars” Planned for July 11 & 25; Aug. 8 & 22

Falmouth Clergy Association Makes PSA for Unmasking Racism

By Karen Hunter – Reporter, Falmouth Enterprise

“It made me weep,” Falmouth resident Laura A. Cole said of the “Unmasking Racism”video aired this week by the Falmouth Clergy Association.

“At this point in time, this message is so impactful. Now is the time to do what is right for humanity,” said Ms. Cole, . . . → Read More: Falmouth Clergy Association Makes PSA for Unmasking Racism

Juneteenth observances invite entire UCC to recall slavery’s end, commit to action

June 10, 2020 Written by Hans Holznagel

Ministries of the United Church of Christ are inviting members and friends of the denomination to take part on Friday, June 19, in virtual commemorations of the official end of slavery in the United States and to use the occasion to join a long-term antiracist movement.

. . . → Read More: Juneteenth observances invite entire UCC to recall slavery’s end, commit to action

Resources for Anti-Racism Work

Our Southern New Conference has provided a list of resources on racial justice. You can find them here:  https://www.sneucc.org/responding-to-the-scourge-of-racism-resources

Also, the following resources on racial justice were provided by Independence House in Hyannis.

Beyond the streets

https://issuu.com/nlc.sf.2014/docs/beyondthestreets_final/1?ff&fbclid=IwAR3gK-Ye0zHfiNu5X1wqJgerKxt5QLW367aKL34mvTAZ-a0RSs_c-yVFzic

A good one for educators of children about how to talk about power and privilege

https://www.kqed.org/mindshift/54150/teaching-6-year-olds-about-privilege-and-power?fbclid=IwAR3EDTMgiBWEBDY1F-x1m1eITm0hBYZ5xq4I7mc8EqrZwmaamsxt1243wSc

On . . . → Read More: Resources for Anti-Racism Work

Watch May 10 Worship Service Here!

Betsy West (left) and Aunt Sue get ready to sing.

Worship - May 10, 2020

Get Ready For Sunday

Friends,

   Join us for our Sunday worship service May 10 at 10 am. There are two ways for you to connect: Facebook via Facebook Live or through Zoom. To join service through Facebook, simply go to the church’s Facebook page at 10 am. To join services through Zoom, . . . → Read More: Worship – May 10, 2020

Password Now Needed for Zoom Worship

 Zoom is updating its platform and now requires us to use a password for all WCC meetings, services, etc. The password we will now be using for Coffee with the Minister and Friends, the mid-week devotional and Sunday worship services is wcc1848.  When you log on to Zoom for each event, it will ask for a . . . → Read More: Password Now Needed for Zoom Worship

May 3 Worship Service

Waquoit Church Partners With Buffalo Jump Restaurant to Offer Free Dinners

The Waquoit Congregational Church has partnered with the Buffalo Jump Restaurant to provide a free dinner to anyone who could use a meal or needs a night off cooking. Food comes fully prepared; it just requires some reheating. Meals are delivered Friday, and includes a protein, a starch and two sides. Let us know . . . → Read More: Waquoit Church Partners with the Buffalo Jump Restaurant to Offer Free Dinners