A note from the Deacons: Norfield Church welcomes all congregants to join us for in-person worship in the Norfield Sanctuary as well as online via YouTube. The Holy Spirit is truly alive at Norfield, and fills our Sanctuary every Sunday as we join our hearts together in prayer, music, faith and devotion to Jesus Christ. Please feel free to wear a mask if you choose; we will also provide masks to those who need one. To learn more visit Connecticut's COVID-19 guidelines.
Sunday, September 24th, 2023 MANY, MANY THANKS to ALL!! Have you been attending services at Norfield for a while, but haven't joined the Church? Norfield and the Membership Ministry Team will offer a New Member Information Session on Sunday, September 24th following regular Church Service. The meeting is designed for all who are interested in […]
All High School Freshmen are invited to join the 2024 Norfield Congregational Church Confirmation Class. The decision to be confirmed on May 5th, 2024 is the culmination of a journey that will begin in September and last throughout the year in the form of weekly meetings, an overnight retreat (scheduled for November 18th-19th at Silver Lake Camp), monthly worship, and other related activities and outings, including both outreach and "in-reach" projects. The first day of Confirmation Class begins on Sunday, September 24th at 5:00pm in the Parish Hall. An informational meeting for parents and confirmands will be held on Sunday, September 17th at 5:00pm in the Parish Hall.
Our new book read is by Bishop Michael Curry entitled, "Love is the Way: Holding on to Hope in Troubling Times." Bishop Curry is the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church. Please join us, in person or online — all are welcome!
Join Deacon Shivanthi Edwards and Seminarian Minister Greta Dorsey on Wednesday, September 13th at 7:30pm for the next Norfield Women's Faith and Fellowship Group in the Norfield Greene Room and via Zoom! Connect with other Norfield women and learn more about your faith. Through prayer, Scripture readings, and conversa5on, we hope to learn from each other and about our own theology. We will begin by exploring the ways in which we define ourselves and how we can build a founda5on of faith by finding our iden5ty in Christ.