Sunday, June 11 ~ 10:00 am
On June 11, Music Sunday, we bring music to the forefront of our worship, replacing much of the liturgy with beautiful harmonies and melodies. The handbell choir and the chancel choir are preparing a musical smorgasbord to delight all tastes. We will offer traditional and contemporary arrangements of hymns and gospel numbers that are sure to leave your heart smiling and your toes tapping.
Each year we offer this special treat before the choirs recess for the summer. Don’t miss it!
Summer Reading List
Wolfeboro Reads is taking a break for the summer, but Pastor Bill and Rev. Donna have curated a list of books you might be interested in reading. Many of these are then chosen for our monthly community book discussions. Join us in September when we resume!
Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience, by Brené Brown
Built from the Fire: The Epic Story of Tulsa's Greenwood District, America's Black Wall Street, by Victor Luckerson
Hallelujah Anyway: Rediscovering Mercy, by Anne Lamott
Horse, by Geraldine Brooks
The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times, by Jane Goodall and Douglas Abrams
The Covenant of Water, by Abraham Verghese
The Deepest Belonging: A Story about Discovering Where God Meets Us, by Kara K. Root
The Heaven & Earth Grocery Store, by James McBride
The Last White Man, by Mohsin Hamid
The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny and Murder, by David Grann
Decatur Creek ~ Benefit Concert
Thursday, June 29th at 7:30 pm
Bring your whole family on Thursday, June 29th at 7:30 pm for a fun and lively night of music by the folk band Decatur Creek.
Doug Farrell, Jack Henry, and Beth Eldridge are accomplished NH musicians, singer/songwriters, and performers who together are - Decatur Creek. They each sing and play multiple instruments on originals and uniquely arranged covers in engaging live performances throughout central New England.
Their diverse complementary styles deliver an eclectic acoustic sound that will bring a smile to your face, rhythm to your feet, and leave you wanting for more. Their influences run from traditional/roots to Americana - country, singer/songwriter, folk, blues, and rock - with the focus on the songs, lyrics, and vocals.
The cost is $20 per ticket to benefit FCCW. You can purchase yours after church or at Blacks starting on June 4th.
Cate Park Worship
Sundays at 7:30 am
Starting June 4th - September 24th
Come and worship by the lakeside. Starting on Sunday, June 4th at 7:30 am we will resume our Cate Park worship services! Cate Park is located on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee by the town docks and across from the Post Office. Gather around the gazebo with your chair, your coffee, your dog, your friends. Worship is simple and relaxed. Come as you are!
If there is rain requiring the use of windshield wipers in downtown Wolfeboro, the service will not be held. Disappointed folks can opt for breakfast downtown, and then attend the later indoor service at 10:00. Dress appropriately for lakeside temperatures