Milton Congregational Church
548 Milton Road
Litchfield, CT 06759
From Rt 202 in Litchfield traveling West from Litchfield center:
Turn right at the light at Milton Rd. Follow Milton Rd. 3 miles to the Bunnell Farm. Passing the Farm turn left and go about a mile down to the Milton Green. We are the church on the right after the Green and the bridge.
From Rt 202 in Bantam traveling East:
Turn left onto Cathole Rd. directly across Rt 202 from Merritt Clark Store. At the end of Cathole take a left onto Litwin. It ends quickly, then take a right onto Headquarters Rd. Follow Headquarters Rd through one stop sign to the second stop sign at the Milton Green. Take a left and we are the church on the right.
Periodically Milton Congregational Church offers special services of worship.
Below are listed several seasonal services.
We celebrate the lives of the saints who have passed into the arms of God and pray for those who are in grief. We will include some time during worship to recognize and honor those who have passed into the arms of God. If you know someone who would appreciate the chance to remember and honor a loved one who has died, please invite them to join us.
This is also a communion Sunday, so we will receive food donations to be shared with the Litchfield Food Pantry and the Torrington Soup Kitchen. We have a special request from the Soup Kitchen that they have a particular need for eggs and sugar. Someone will be stopping by after worship this Sunday to pick up any eggs and sugar that we donate.
Special music and family worship as we give thanks to God for our many blessings.
At this service, we will also be dedicating the two Thanksgiving baskets we are filling. If you want to contribute to these baskets, please sign up this week in the fellowship hall.
Rev. Peggy will be on vacation and we will have lay-led worship with Alice Carolan preaching.
Pot luck lunch after worship and a time to watch one of our Nooma DVDs and talk about it.
We gather at Spindlebrook Farm for a simple service as we prepare to welcome the birth of the Christ child.
We'll sing 'Silent Night' and light candles and sing our favorite Christmas carols as we turn our spirits away from the hustle and bustle of our culture's Christmas and toward the awe and wonder of the birth of Jesus.
We loosely follow the traditional service from King's College, Cambridge.