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Come worship with us Sunday morning at 10:30am!

from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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TUESDAYS from 1 - 4 PM

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If you, your family, your business or your community group
might be interested in using our
convenient, welcoming and newly accessible
spaces in our renovated church building
please take a look at our
recently revised
For further info and scheduling, please get in touch with Church Administrator
Cindy Rineer at 823-8421 or at
We look forward to hearing from you!

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Franconia Community Church of Christ
44 Church Street (P.O. Box 237),
Franconia, NH 03580

Pastor: Barry Jacobson
cell phone: 603-348-0749
email: barry@franconiachurch.org

Church Administrator:
Cindy Rineer
phone: 603-823-8421

Musician: Joseph K. Hansalik

Church School Superintendent: Amy Welch
cell phone: 603-348-2123
email: amyswelch@rcn.com

Sexton: Seth Raynor

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And there are lots of other ways to help us share the Good News of the love of God in Christ!

For example, just click on any of the following logos to learn more about that particular opportunity!

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Church Calendar Items:

THURSDAY APRIL 28 at 6:30 pm at the Franconia Town HallThe Music Around Us : An Avian Audio Tour
Expert birder Charlie Browne will present how learning songs will make you a better birder, and enrich your experience outdoors. Charlie is the former director of former director of the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, and loves sharing his passion for our local habitats and the amazing critters found there! This program is highly recommended for both beginning and experienced birders!

FRIDAY APRIL 29 at 7:30 pm at First Cong. Ch., LittletonNorth Country Chorus Spring Concert!
The NCC once again welcomes St. Johnsbury Academy's Hilltones as collaborators in its annual Spring Concert series. The featured pieces will be Mass in G by Franz Schubert and Requiem for the Living, composed by Dan Forrest in 2013.
This concert will also be offered:
Sat April 30, 7:30 pm, at Bradford Cong Ch, Bradford, VT
Sun May 1 at 2 pm, North Cong Ch, St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets available in advance from
Catamount Arts: adults $10, students $5.
Admission at the door: adults $12, $5 students
www.NorthCountryChorus.org for more info on the music, the composers and the performers!

SUNDAY May 1 at 10:30 am — Worship service for Ascension Sunday

SUNDAY MAY 1 at 3:30 pm
— North Country Association Annual Meeting at First Congregational Church in Littleton. Worship! Program! Potluck Supper! CLICK HERE for more info!

SUNDAY MAY 1 at 4:00 pm
Bethlehem Hebrew Congregation, 39 Strawberry Hill. Written by Joan Kurtz and Judith Felsen, this meaningful and moving service includes readings, songs, and music to honor the victims, the survivors, and the Righteous Gentiles.
"For the dead and the living, we must bear witness." Elie Wiesel
This service bears artistic, spiritual, moral and personal witness to the Holocaust, and it calls for commitment to remember, and to bring to an end, atrocity and injustice in all places and times.
Community members of all faiths and ages are invited. Bring your own stories, and share in the readings, at this community-wide gathering.
Pianist Marjan Kiepura will enhance the program with two solos. Reception follows.
RSVP: Martin Kessel at
martink1937@gmail.com. For more information, visit www.bethlehemsynagogue.org.

MONDAY MAY 2 from 2 to 5 pm — FLOODPLAINS, FIDDLEHEADS & FAUNA — NORTH HAVERHILL — Grafton County UNHCE Office, 3855 Dartmouth College Highway (Route 10), North Haverhill.
Join Jim Frohn, Grafton County Extension Forester, and Matt Tarr, UNH Cooperative Extension Wildlife Specialist, on a tour of a floodplain forest along the Connecticut River. Identify some of the tree and plant species found in this habitat, discuss invasive species and other conservation issues, look for fiddleheads, discuss the identifying characteristics of the the ostrich fern and how to tell them apart from other ferns, pick some fiddleheads (if they are ready) to bring home.
Come prepared: there will be a 10-minute walk to the floodplain area, moderately strenuous over some uneven terrain, bring a pair of waterproof boots or other footwear appropriate for crossing shallow water, dress for the weather.
Space is limited, register by calling 603-787-6944 or email

TUESDAY MAY 17 at 7:00 pm — North Country Community Band presents “MUSIC AROUND THE WORLD” — at the Rialto Theater in Lancaster — Admission is free, donations accepted.
This concert will feature musical works from all around the globe, including Japan, Argentina, Russia, Spain, Austria, the Czech Republic, Great Britain, Mexico, Ireland and the United States!

For info on lots of community events
going on in our neck of the woods,
(more than we can list individually)
CLICK HERE to see the
North Country Community Calendar!