From the Bulletin


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Women’s Bible Study (w/kids) will have field trips this summer


Women’s Wed. Bible Study on break for the summer.  Pot luck at Linda N.’s camp on July 13th.  See Linda for details.


Men’s Bible Study meets at 8 a.m. on Saturdays in the gathering area.


Prayer time meets on Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the gathering area. For more info, see John Landry.


Church BBQ TODAY May 29th after worship, food provided! 

Barrington’s 300th 
FCCB’s parade float will celebrate 267 years of God’s faithfulness to Barrington.  Would your children like to ride on it?
See or call Richard Menzel 603 234-7899



Journey In


Barrington’s 300th Pine Grove Cemetery tour July 26 & 28 (5-9 pm)
still needs 1 male actor, 2 guides & helpers.  Holly Decker


FYI:  minutes from the Annual Meeting have been posted.  New directories are available at the Connection Point desk in the gathering area.


Children’s church needs helpers for the younger children for the rest of June.  Please sign up to help with Sandy Siegel.


The nursery is open for infants to age 4.

The offering box
is up front near the tent while we worship outside.


Journey Out



Greeting card & postage stamp drive for Food Pantry Cards for all occasions wanted.  To donate for stamps, make checks to FCCB with FP stamps in memo.


Barrington Food Pantry needs laundry soap. Please put donations in the basket between the two entry doors. Thank you!


The Town of Barrington will celebrate its 300th anniversary this year. FCCB would like to participate in the parade (July 23), host a cemetery tour with actors portraying Barrington’s famous folks, and possible other activities. Most events will take place July 23-30, but some will happen each month. If you know of someone with a flat bed or tractor & trailer for the parade, want to create a float or parade entry,  would like to be an actor/actress or guide for the cemetery tour, or if you would like to help in general, please contact Holly Decker at


Please support our effort to place a historic marker on Rte. 9 at Pine Grove Cemetery for Benjamin Balch, and “Aggie”.  Balch, our third pastor, was a minuteman & first Chaplain of the American Navy.  “Aggie”, an enslaved black girl, was freed & went to live with the Balch family. Please make checks to FCCB and note “Marker.”  Update:

Historic marker invoice: $2120.  Raised so far: $1725.  $395. remaining




If you would like to use the church facilities or grounds please fill out the the following form and turn in to the church office for review.

First Congregational Church Facilities Use Form