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welcoming and strengthening
human connection through
outreach, partnership, and worship

- our mission is to live the love of Jesus Christ together in all our ways -

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Each Thursday in Lent - Feb 22 - March 21
in the FCC Memorial Chapel
and via


Maundy Thursday Thurs - Mar 28

12:00 Noon  - Community Gathering
"The Last Supper and the Seder" with Cantor Scott Buckner of Israel Congregation in the FCC Vestry

7:00pm - Maundy Thursday service in the  Sanctuary

Good Friday - Fri - Mar 29

11:00am-1:00pm - Stations of the Cross at FCC,
 a self-guided, meditative walk

7:00pm - Combined service with Zion Episcopal Church at Zion Church

Easter Sunday - Mar 31

6:30am - Community Sunrise service at the Dormy Grill, Equinox Golf Course (rain location will be FCC)

10:00am - Worship service in the Sanctuary


July 22- 26, 2024

More Info to Come

FCC fellowship

connect   |   serve   |    learn   |   pray


Hebrews 11:1 defines faith as "confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see."

Worship has a way of changing our lives, giving us different perspectives not only on how we see our own circumstances, but also those of others. Faith and worship together give us strength in our
troubled world.


Music breathes life into faith.

FCC's music program, be it Chancel Choir, Bell Choir, or special concerts, is the heart and soul of our worship. 

We welcome any and all who are drawn to expression through music.

faith in action

Our community of faith sustains, nourishes and challenges us so that we can live lives of compassion, serving those close to home or across the world.

Through our service, we strive to enrich the lives of people we know and people we may never have the chance to meet.


our story

Our rich history dates back to FCC's founding in 1784.


We are proud that our history includes the welcoming of the first black pastor in Vermont in 1818. FCC has a historic organ and exceptional music ministry.


The church is located in Manchester Village, nestled in the Green Mountains of southwestern Vermont.  The Tall Spire of the church's beautiful white Victorian architecture is a welcoming beacon to all who venture into our community.

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