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Barnstead Parade Congregational Church invite you to our Maundy
Thursday communion service. As we gather together remembering the
last day of Jesus life. The service is Thursday, March 29th at 7:00
invite you to Easter morning service on April 1st at 9:00 a.m. to
celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.
church is located on the corner of the Parade Grounds.
Congressional Candidate Mark MacKenzie To Speak In Gilmanton
Democrats and left-leaning Independents are invited to the April
meeting of the Tri-Town Democrats on Monday, April 2nd to hear
Congressional District 1 candidate Mark MacKenzie speak.
a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives (serving on
the labor committee), a retired Fire Captain from Manchester with 27
years of service, a community activist, and a progressive leader who
was the president of the AFL-CIO (the largest labor organization in
NH) for 25 years. Mark has been recognized nationally for
defeating anti-worker “right to work” legislation in many
legislative battles. Mark is campaigning upon the beliefs
that every worker deserves decent wages, good health care, a family
friendly workplace, affordable education and to be treated with
dignity and respect, and that working families deserve an economy
that works for them.
guest speaker will be followed by action items and community
organizing. This meeting of the Tri-Town Democrats of
Barnstead, Gilmanton and Alton will be held at the Wagner Barn at 63
French Road in Gilmanton. Come for socializing and potluck any
time between 6:15 pm and 6:30 pm.
meeting is open to all residents of Barnstead, Alton and Gilmanton
who consider themselves moderate, liberal or progressive Democrats
or like-minded Independents. Potluck items to share are
encouraged but not required. For more information, email
visit the “Barnstead, Gilmanton and Alton Democrats” Facebook page.
Easter Morning: Exceptional Breakfast Followed By Worship Service At
1st is Easter Sunday, and we are ready to celebrate with you in some
very special ways! The church family at Center Barnstead
Christian Church (CBCC) is planning an amazing breakfast for our
community that is sure to satisfy every appetite. Join us in
Town Hall from 8am to 9:30am for an extraordinary menu of waffles,
scrambled eggs, bacon, potato hash, breakfast tart, fresh fruit,
mini muffins, biscuits with butters and jams, juice, coffee and tea.
This free Easter Breakfast will be served, buffet style, in the Town
Hall from 8am to 9:30am. Anyone is welcome to join us for this
feast. There is absolutely no cost to attend. Everyone
in attendance will receive a gift.
Easter Morning Worship Service begins at 10am at CBCC, located
beside town hall. We will conclude the service at 10:45am, a
little earlier than usual, giving you time to attend the Egg Drop at
11am over at Barnstead Elementary School. Be sure to say
“Thanks!” to the Barnstead Police Department! During our church
service, children age 4 to 6th grade are invited to join the Junior
Church program where we will make Resurrection Eggs together.
Nursery is available, as always, for age 3 and under.
Resurrection Sunday is a very special time for us; please join us
for this celebration! For more information please contact the church
at 269-8831 or our website http://centerbarnsteadcc.org/
Join Us For Holy Week And Easter Services At CCNB (And An Egg Hunt
for worship during Holy Week and Easter at Congregational Church of
North Barnstead, UCC
Thursday evening, March 29th at 7pm we gather for the Maundy
Thursday and Tenebrae service, remembering Jesus’ last night with
his disciples. On that night, Jesus washed the feet of his disciple
and said, “Love one another as I have loved you.” We will receive
communion and all are welcome at the communion table. We then move
into the service of Tenebrae, the Latin word for shadows as we hear
about Jesus’ betrayal, arrest, passion, trial, death and burial with
a gradual extinguishing of lights.
powerful service that draws us into the events that surrounded Jesus
in his last days and hours, preparing our hearts us for the
resurrection to come.
Sunday, April 1st, the joy of the resurrection will resound at our
10 am worship service, with brass and hymns and the blessed Easter
story told for all ages. After worship there will be refreshments
and an Easter Egg Hunt for children.
located at 504 North Barnstead Road, at the north side of Center
Barnstead. From Alton, take 28S toward Barnstead. Turn left onto
Peacham Road. Going north from Barnstead on Rte. 28, turn
right on Peacham Road, travel to the end of the road, and turn right
on North Barnstead Road. The church is ¼ mile on the left. Parking
is on the street; there is a drop off area in front of the church
and accessible parking. We are child friendly and welcome the joyful
noise of young children.
Questions? Call our pastor, Rev. Nancy Talbott at 724-4293.
on the web @
ccnorthbarnstead.com, or on Facebook at “The Congregational
Church of North Barnstead, United Church of Christ”.