All Are Welcome at First Church!
Welcome to the First United Church of Christ in Milford, Connecticut, an historic and inclusive community of God's children.
Whether you are searching for a church home, or simply seeking to learn about the Christian faith, we welcome you to First Church! [ more ]
Below is a summary of current events and breaking news at First Church. Click on the "more" links for the full story on any related item.
September 10--6-9PM Downtown Milford Business Association invites the community to the 8th Annual Wine Trail, which will benefit Milford Food 2 Kids! [ more ]
September Collection Month: Begining August 21, share a family table grace or meal time prayer with us to kick off our Gather at the Table year. [ more ]
School Year 2016-17 -- Have you ever seen a hungry kid? There are hungry children in Milford, CT. We--Food 2 Kids--will feed kids who may not know if, how much or when food will be available to them. August 28 is our MINISTRY BLESSING DAY. Join us at the Plymouth Building on at 11:40 AM. [ more ]
Catch up on what our high school youth group did on its Mission Trip to San Marcos, TX! With 25 youth and 11 advisors, we have quite a group (and never a dull moment). [ more ]
Check out David Gregory's latest poem! Great lessons and reminescing for our church community. [ more ]
Do you love to sing? Do you love to play instruments? Do you love to make music? If you answered yes to any or all of those questions...then you should consider joining one or more of the wonderful music ensembles at First Church. Prior experience is not necessary, all are welcome and its a lot of fun. Even if you are not sure of your commitment level, please come to our first or one of our first few rehearsals to get information and find out how YOU can participate! [ more ]
On Wednesday, July 13th, starting at 7 PM in the church's library, First Church will hold its first of three book study sessions on Sherry Turkle's Reclaiming Conversation. Rev. Adam will facilitate discussin on pages 19-93 (chapters 2-4). All are welcome; a couple more copies of the book are available to borrow from the church.