These are the most frequently asked questions about the Milton Congregational Church:
Q: Who is welcome at worship?
A: We welcome everyone.
Q: What is worship like?
A: Take a look at our 'worship' page where we describe a typical Sunday morning experience.
Q: Do you have a Sunday School?
A: We do not have a Sunday School at this time. We encourage children to attend worship and we try to adapt our services to include their participation. Our young people assist in worship by gathering the offering, being the lay reader,preparing the sanctuary for worship and working with our minister to lead periodic worship services. We have a basket of toys for our younger worshippeers and provide children's bulletins.
Q: Can my child be baptized at your church?
A: We suggest you visit our church to become familiar with us and our worship. If you are still interested in having your child baptized at Milton, speak with our minister.
Q: Can I get married at your church?
A: The church can be used for weddings. Contact Rev. Peggy Allen by leaving a message on the church answering machine (860 567-8540) for more information about rental of the church and/or the Green and for relevant church guidelines and policies.
Q: How do I contribute to the Tag Sale?
A: If you have items that have value and that you would like to donate to the Tag Sale, you may call the church (860 567-8540) or Laura Dunn (860 567-5389) to arrange a time and day to drop off, or to arrange for a pick up.
Q: Can I rent the Green?
Yes, leave a message on the church answering machine and we will send you the guidelines.
Q: Are you handicapped accessible?
A; Not at this time. We also do not have running water or indoor bathroom facilities.
Q: Do you have a choir?
A: We have a number of members who love to sing, and they prepare music for worship periodically, rehearsing before or after worship. We also do a Lessons and Carols service in early January each year.Some of the music from that service ccan be heard on our Facebook page.
Q: How do I become a member?
A: Join us for worship and participate in the life of the congregation so we get to knoweach other. If you desire to become a member of the congregation, speak with our minister or our head deacon.