Current Events

Exciting things are happening all the time at First Congregational United Church of Christ. Scroll below to see all the upcoming events and feel free to participate in our faith community!

  • easter brunch

    Sunday, April 21st, 9:45am, Fellowship Hall - The Youth Group will be hosting Easter brunch in between services. A free will offering will be collected to benefit the summer youth mission trip to Miami.

  • bible study: gospel of luke

    The Book of Ecclesiastes: Starting April 23rd, join Pastor Scott and Pastor Karen on Tuesdays, 1:00pm-2:00pm and 6:30-7:30pm in the Parlor.

  • fcc book club

    Wednesday, May 1st, 6:30pm, Room 502 - Hope you will be able to join our FCC Book Club. Our selection this month is "Girl in Hyacinth Blue" by Susan Vreeland. Please direct any questions to Linda Schranz!

  • voice recital fundraiser

    Wednesday, May 1st, 7:30pm, Sanctuary - Harriet Nzinga Plumpp’s Vocal Studio will be presenting “The Greatest Showman and other delightful music selections”! All donation proceeds will go to the 2019 Summer Miami Youth Mission Trip.

  • Blooming into Wellness- Young Living Essential Oils class

    Saturday, May 18th, 1:00-3:00pm, Parlor - Learn all about essential oils and how to use them to benefit you and your families health and wellness. You will have the opportunity to make roller balls ($3 each) and toxin-free Thieves multipurpose cleaners ($6 each).  We will also have an iTOVi scanner available to help you to understand which oils you should be using now!


    This is a FREE class, but please e-mail Alex Coletto to register!

  • vbs

    Vacation Bible School will be June 17th-June 21st 8:15am-12:00pm


    We are having so much fun planning and getting ready for the start of Summer! Sign up today to join us for VBS as a student or as a volunteer and please feel free to share this link with others as well. We hope to see you there! 

    https://vbsmate.com/FCUCCDG

  • sunday school teachers needed

    Christian Education is recruiting volunteers that we will need for Sunday School this year. This fall, we will continue with Godly Play for the pre-k to first graders and 2nd-4th graders; 5th and 6th graders will rotate between two different sets of curricula. Additionally, we will need two volunteers per Sunday to be in the nursery. If you are interested in teaching within any of these areas, please contact Megan Ruschke.

  • volunteer for meal express

    We are looking for volunteers who will prepare (or purchase a prepared meal) and deliver meals to members of our church. This could be for sickness, new baby, hospitalization, etc. If interested, please sign up in November after church in Fellowship Hall or contact April Prescott or Gail Jaroski.

  • volunteer for pads

    This is our 33rd year of serving the homeless in DuPage County. We provide three meals and a place to do laundry, shower, and sleep Monday nights through Tuesday morning. Come see Char Wild in Fellowship Hall after service to sign up to provide food and/or pick a volunteer shift.

  • volunteer for gcfd

    Wednesdays, 6:00-9:00pm, GCFD - Join church members each Wednesday evening from 6:00–9:00 pm for a food repack session. The Greater Chicago Food Depository is located at 4100 W. Ann Lurie Place, which is just off the Stevenson Expressway at Pulaski Road. For more information, contact David Hersemann or Laurel Carlson.

  • adult coloring

    Tuesdays, 10:00am-12:00pm, Library Room 502 - Studies have shown that coloring reduces stress and anxiety, and provides relaxation. In addition to those benefits, our Adult Coloring group also provides fellowship - and we will be coloring all throughout the summer in our new location in the Church Library, room 502. Join us, even if you have not colored before, or don't have pencils or books, you are welcome. We always have extra supplies for visitors! We look forward to seeing you and sharing the benefits of Adult Coloring!

  • ucc justice and peace action network

    MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE!! UCC.org examines current justice issues, educates and engages its members in shaping public policy that aligns with God's vision for a just and loving society, and calls us to personal action as the hands and feet of Jesus in the modern world. Follow the link below to sign up to receive weekly justice action alerts via email and/or text!


    Join the Justice and Peace Action Network

  • @amazonsmile

    SAVE THIS LINK BELOW!! Use this AmazonSmile link before starting your online shopping, and Amazon will donate a small percentage of the price of eligible purchases to our church. Every little bit helps!


    AmazonSmile

  • businesses helping church members

    If you need a product or service, please check the Church Members' Business Directory. These businesses contribute financially to our church, so the more business they receive, the more financial support the church receives.


    BUSINESS DIRECTORY