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Rock My Soul Spring Concert

Supporting KIND Coop

Friday, May 17

7:30 pm 

Tickets: $30 (10 and under FREE)

Sold online HERE

Roots-based, raise-the-rafters Rock My Soul comes to First Congregational Church in Wolfeboro! Join us for a spirit-soaring evening of spirituals, Civil Rights songs, soul, blues, pop, gospel, Americana, and all flavors of American music influenced by the African American tradition, and learn about how they all connect. Proceeds from this performance will support the KIND Co-op (Kids In NeeD).


KIND is a volunteer cooperative dedicated to supporting students and families in the Governor Wentworth Regional School District, Middleton, Alton, and Barnstead Schools. It identifies student needs through collaboration with school social workers or counselors and communicates them to community donors via email. Donors can contribute funds for specific requests or make general donations, with all proceeds directly assisting students. Managed by a committee representing the school districts and community, and operating as an outreach of the First Congregational Church, UCC of Wolfeboro, it fosters direct support between those in need and willing volunteers, amplifying positive change within local communities.


For over 20 years, Rock My Soul has established itself as a musical force in northern New England. With its unique brand of rousing, raise-the-rafters music, the group has garnered an ever-growing following and has performed to packed houses throughout New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts. Rock My Soul has been featured on TV shows NH Chronicle and 207, as well as Maine Public Radio, and one of its songs was included in the PBS documentary Freedom Songs: Music of the Civil Rights Movement.


Rock My Soul’s concerts attract hundreds of fans, who often dance in the aisles to a sound that is at once traditional and contemporary. The group is tight and polished, yet has the immediacy and soulfulness of the old-school roots sound it seeks to revive. Guaranteed to be a foot-stomping, hand-clapping good time.


Children's Playgroup


A time of sharing and community for parents and children of varying ages. The playgroup will meet Thursday mornings at 10 am in the Nursery. The group will generally meet weekly taking the school calendar into consideration. If you know a parent who might enjoy fellowship with other parents during this time frame, please invite them to come to the group! For more information please contact us 


Wolfeboro Reads

Tuesdays ~ 4:00 pm

You are invited to attend our community read, a joint ministry of All Saints’ Episcopal Church and First Congregational Church Wolfeboro via Zoom. Pastor Bill will facilitate lively discussions three Tuesday afternoons a month 4:00-5:15 pm. 

Rough Sleepers by Tracy Kidder on April 9, 16, and 23


Future Wolfeboro Reads books: May 7, 14, 21, Built from the Fire: The Epic Story of Tulsa’s Greenwood District by Victor Luckerson




Meeting ID: 982 3048 8609,

Passcode: 012281,

or by phone at: (929) 205-6099, Meeting ID: 982 3048 8609.

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