Past Events

High Tea with Hungarian Visitors Sept. 29

Come meet Zoltan Szucs and his wife sharing with us about our UCC Global Ministries.

Zoltan is currently serving with the Hungarian Reformed Church in Hungary, assigned to the Faculty of Theology at Karoli Gaspar University in Budapest to teach practical theology, and available to the Reformed Church of Hungary and its General Assembly as needed.  He serves as Professor of Practical Theology at Karoli Gaspar University in Budapest.

The Szucs have been spending the month visiting churches in Vermont and this is our own opportunity. Everyone is welcome.

 

 

Green Belt Special Collection and teen slide show Oct. 3

REVIVAL at Guilford Church

October is a big month for Guilford Community Church, United Church of
Christ. Not only will we fill our pies with local apples,
peaches, rhubarb and pumpkin for the Pie Sale on October 9 but the
worship services will overflow with special music intended to revive
exhausted hearts. October 3  is World Communion Sunday, and the
relationship with Wangari Matthai,

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Harvest Meal Sept. 26

Everyone is welcome to join us for aHarvest Meal after church to 1 p.m. on September 26. Child- and nursery care are provided. Soup, salad, bread and dessert are provided for everyone! Come join us to celebrate the past year and imagine what Guilford Community Church might be and do in the year ahead.

Planning to attend? Please bring a magazine, any title with pictures, that you would be willing to let us cut apart. Thanks and see you there!

Interested in becoming a new member? Join us at a table just for you!

 

September 11 Meditation

STANDING ON THE SIDE OF LOVE

The Brattleboro Area Interfaith Clergy Association encourages the community to remember the people of many faiths who died and all who were affected and are affected by the tragic attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in the fourth airplane which went down in Shanksville, Pennsylvania on September 11, 2010.

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Mia Begovich Sept. 16

Everyone in Vermont is reading The Day of the Pelican, by Katherine Paterson. Everyone who's taking part in the annual Vermont Reads, that is. The story is about

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Harvest Meal Sept. 26

Everyone is invited to the harvest meal after church, Sunday, September 26. Stay tuned for more information!

 

Special Guest & Baptism Oct. 10

Consummate musician and storyteller Reggie Harris, who combines a strong folk and gospel legacy with a solid background in classical, rock, jazz and pop music, will be sharing his musical gifts and leading the Guilford 9 o'clock choir tomorrow at 10 a.m. worship. It is a day of celebration, as two of the youngest church members,

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Shirley Harris Crockett Award

April 25, 2010

Larry Crockett presented the Shirley Harris Crocket Award during the church service to Michael Mario. Michael is attending the Vermont Academy of Spiritual Training (VAST), and was also the recipient in 2009. (See below.) Larry spoke about the academy, emphasizing that it is intended for all of us, not only those interested in ministry.

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Book Sale

Saturday April 25, 2009

Book sale 2009 was a big success, thanks to the many people who donated books, sorted books, helped on the day of the sale, carted books away and helped clean up. We raised over $1400 for the church—and many people took home treasures to read!

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Wangari's Visit

April 11, 2009

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“Slowly, slowly, they return
To the small woodland let alone:
Great trees, outspreading and upright,
Apostles of the living light.”
(Wendell Berry)

As Wangari Maatthai began her first public presentation in Brattleboro since receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, she focused first on the Guilford Nine O’clock Choir singing her the verse above as part of the welcome song.

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