Brookfield Congregational Church

Brookfield Massachusetts, 01506-0457

Our evening to dine with Dismas Farm Residents, is the 4th Thursday of each month. May 25th, 5:40 PM and the menu will be:
Stuffed Peppers

If you have any questions or would like to join us in this important ministry, please speak with Tammy or anyone on the board of Missions. We welcome all to join us. Thank you, Blessings! ~Tammy Taquino

Prayer Shawl Ministry: We are looking for donations of Plastic Ziplock Bags, a variety of sizes – Sandwich, Quart, Gallon, & Two Gallon sizes. These are for hats, headbands, blankets, prayer shawls. They can be dropped off in fellowship hall by the missions board. Thank you in advance for your help. Patti Coltey

Thank you to all who donated to the Lent Giving for Abby House and Dismas Farm. It is greatly appreciated. Your support with our missions is so important to reach out to our community and beyond. Every gift is a blessing to someone. We may not be able to save the world, but we can make a difference in a small part of it. Remember Jesus, saves the one sheep that strayed. So can we. God bless you all.

July 16th-22nd, teens from BCC will partner together with hundreds of others from around the country to help support revitalization projects in Woonsocket, RI. Projects include painting, construction of ramps and porches, and other home repairs. The impact the teens will have on an entire community will be a truly powerful experience that will lift them on their spiritual journey.

If you feel called to support, we could use your help! You can write a check to BCC and note it is for the mission trip or make an online donation by scanning the QR code to the right or return to the home page and click on "Online Giving".

Questions? Please see Brian Oxman or call 508-769-9732.

Prayer Blanket: In Fellowship Hall, hanging on the wall is a “prayer blanket”, with bows on it- there is a bag with yarn it and a hook, if you want to say a prayer for someone or whatever you want to pray for you can tie a bow on it. This was made by a group of people here in our church as part of the prayer shawl ministry. “God hears our prayers!”