Foundations in Christian Formation
with LeeAnne Steenhoek
Summer at First
Nursery – The Nursery is closed for the summer. Please join our 9AM family worship.
SUMMER WORSHIP – On June 19, we begin our summer worship schedule with one service at 9:00 AM. The nursery will be closed for the summer. Please be sure and thank our dedicated nursery staff for their ministry and encourage them to rest, restore and rejuvenate during this time.
Summer Worship with Family: Worship bags containing activities and a children’s bulletin will be provided at the welcome center for children to do while in the sanctuary with their family.
Vacation Bible School – Big Dreams, Dream Big – July 18-22, 2022 -Ready for the lazy days of summer? We hope you can join us for our Big
Dreams, Dream Big Vacation Bible School set for July 18-22. It is open for children ages 5-12. What are you dreaming about? People dream Big
Dreams in the Bible and we have Big Dreams for today. Come vision and dream as we explore the wonder in Creation and the Word as we sing,
craft, worship, play and tell stories. Register your child today at https://tfcucc.org/ wp-content/uploads/2022/05/VBS2022-Registration.pdf
Be sure to sign up to sign up at the Welcome Center to volunteer, Youth Group through adults! Contact LeeAnne and join in the fun. Volunteers always have as much fun during VBS as the children!
Horton Center Family Weekend: August 26-28 – Save the date! God’s children of all ages are welcome! Some of our tightest bonds of Christian Fellowship are formed in outdoor ministry. Enjoy the beauty of the White Mountains in late summer while hiking, swimming or just rocking on the porch of the lodge. More information is available in the June newsletter or you may contact LeeAnne at [email protected]
Please be welcoming eyes and ears for the several families getting to know the First Church Nashua.
Look at this magnificent oak with deep roots and branches climbing to the sky.
What does she know?
What does she feel as sap flows through her and each leaf blossom receives and restores the breath of life?
What might it feel like to nestle into her trunk and roots or branches for a snooze?
How high can you climb in your mind?
How about with your limbs and surefooting as you scale through her branches?
Can you balance your body in her branches with a book?
How many senses do you use to understand the mighty oak?
How does the mighty oak perceive you? Bless and be blessed, we are all participants in God’s creation.