Sunday, February 12th

 8:30am and 10:30am Worship (with 10:30am Live Stream)

Live Your Faith, with Generous Hearts

Did you know Jesus talked about giving and sharing with others more than any other topic – other than the coming Kingdom of Heaven?  And perhaps the most astounding act of generosity he encouraged was “turning the other cheek” and practicing forgiveness, calling on us to pray for our enemies and those who persecute us. What might this teaching mean for us in our often divided, angry and hate-filled world today? Are we willing to extend the same forgiving love and extravagant welcome to others that Christ extends to us? How does our faith help us to listen more deeply and learn from those who have different experiences and beliefs from us?

We will consider these questions and more as we gather this Sunday for worship (in person or online) as Rev. Bryn Smallwood-Garcia preaches shares from the teachings of Jesus from the 6th chapter of Luke’s Gospel.

We also continue our Stewardship season together, we are “Gearing Up for Great Things” in our new church year to come, and at the 10:30 service, we get to experience an exciting and action-packed Time with our Children from physics teacher and our own local “Mr. Wizard” Dave Honeyford. Also at 10:30, the Chancel Choir sings the inspiring anthem, “A Lord-Built House.” We hope you will join us!

Church School & Nursery Care are available at 8:30 & 10:30am: If you have questions about Church School, please be in touch with our Church School Coordinator, Barbara Crandell at External link opens in new tab or  The Nursery is open for both Sunday services as well.

Our 10:30am service is LIVE STREAMED and RECORDED.  You can live stream our 10:30am service for February 12th from the following link: External link opens in new tab or window     

Recordings of our worship services can be found on our YouTube page "External link opens in new tab or windowuccbvideo".

Some Special Notes:

  • We require masks for group singing indoors.
  • Movable chairs for greater social distancing are available in the Balcony and in Brooks Hall.

  • While we want to be able to see everyone, we ask that anyone who is feeling ill or experiencing any Covid symptoms stays home from worship and worships with us via live stream or recording. Also, if you fear you may have been exposed to someone with Covid in the past week, or are awaiting test results, please take advantage of our live streaming.

Please be in touch with our Church Office at 203-775-1259 or External link opens in new tab or if you have any questions.

Sharing to Build, Building to Share…

See the New Vision for Fellowship Hall!

If you missed your chance to attend an informational gathering back in October, we invite you to look over our exciting new plans now. Just click on the link below to see our color brochure, and if you have questions, they may be answered in our "Frequently Asked Questions." We invite you to think creatively about how to stretch your giving (with the "Creative Strategies for Giving" brochure below) so that we can meet our $750,000 goal and begin to move forward with construction in 2023!  Giving cards are available at church, so that we can know your giving goal over this 3-year campaign, or you can email your estimate of giving to our Office Administrator at, or use the new giving link on this website.  We will celebrate the official start of our giving on First Gifts Sunday, December 18th.

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Creative Giving
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Because we are CCB, we have fun whenever we gather! Even as we worship each week in our historic Meetinghouse, fellowship is at the very heart of our church life and we believe Fellowship Hall should be accessible to all.  We invite you to contribute as generously as you can and help us extend God's extravagant welcome to everyone, "no matter who we are or where we are on life's journey."  Whether we walk or roll, we seek to follow Jesus together!

Worship Recording:

You can view the recording of our February 5th worship service from the following link: External link opens in new tab or window     

  If you are not able to watch the service live from the beginning, or if you need to join the service late, there will be an opportunity to view the entire recording in a few hours, after YouTube processes it and uploads it to our church YouTube channel. For instant notifications of Live Streams, you can also subscribe to that channel, uccbvideo, by clicking on the red "Subscribe" button on the YouTube page or click on the link above.

Our Masking Policy

As a response to the rise in Covid and other winter illnesses, we join the CDC in encouraging the wearing of masks again in congregate settings like our Sunday worship, especially among those with compromised immunity. We also are covenanting together to wear masks when in the church office and when singing indoors in groups of more than 10.

Also, please do not attend worship if you are showing any sign of illness, and take a home Covid test if you feel sick. Most vaccinated folks with Covid are reporting only mild cold symptoms at first. No one wants us to have to cancel worship again, so we thank you for understanding.

Our church Covid quarantine policy is to follow CDC guidelines. A simple way to remember that is 5+5. Covid positive individuals should quarantine for at least 5 days, followed by 5 days of masking around others at home and in public

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Pastors Fund Thanks & Information

Our pastors wish to thank you so much for your generous support of the Pastors Fund during these difficult and ever-changing times.  With your help bills have been paid to cover housing costs, medical bills, and emergency repairs as well as to cover other everyday costs like food, gas, and clothing for members & friends of our church and wider community.  The Pastors Fund is supported through the honorarium from the funerals/memorials that our pastors officiate, as well as through the generous gifts of members and friends of our community.  The Thrift Shop has supported the Pastors Fund with gifts from sale profits, and the Pastors Fund is also one of the options for holiday support through our Virtual Giving Tree this year. 
If you are feeling moved to make a direct gift to the Pastors Fund, gift cards for groceries and gas are always welcome, as are donations made payable to Pastors Fund.

Your Pastors are Here for You!

Pastoral Care Appointments

Pastor Bryn and Pastor Jen are available for individual pastoral care appointments either in-person or via phone or Zoom.  If you have something that you would like to address or speak with them about, please feel free to reach out,  ( External link opens in new tab or or External link opens in new tab or ) to set up a time to talk and pray together.


Worship Opportunities

Labyrinth & Children's Garden:

One of our confirmands recently cleaned over at our Labyrinth - making sure the path is clearly outlined and instructions for use of the labyrinth are posted at the beginning.  We encourage people to stop over to the church and use the labyrinth during this nice weather (while maintaining physical distancing practices).  (Note: Our Labyrinth and the story of how it came to be were recently published in a book of New England Labyrinths, so we are excited to share that with people in our area and beyond.)  Work will also begin soon on our Children's Garden, a garden that will be planted in raised beds around our Labyrinth, where kids will be able to remember loved ones and go to play and pray at our church.

Keep an eye on your email, the Congregational Church of Brookfield Facebook Page, or our website on Sunday morning for the links to join us (and please feel free to share the links with family and friends). Afterward, if you are willing to share a photo of you or your family worshipping with us online that may be used on our CCB Facebook page or website, please send it to External link opens in new tab or   If you have missed any of our online worship services you can find them linked below, and you can subscribe to our YouTube channel External link opens in new tab or windowuccbvideo, where our worship services are archived.


Church Office Hours

Monday through Thursday - 9:00am - 2:00pm


  The church door will remain locked for safety reasons, but our Ring doorbell system helps us to know who is coming to the door.

If you want to ensure someone will be available to assist you, you can always call ahead to the Church Office at 203-775-1259.

We are an Open and Affirming Congregation of the United Church of Christ.

Know that "No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here!"



 At Home Electronic Worship Options


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Listen to the Congregational Church of Brookfield's External link opens in new tab or windowPODCAST.

Don't have time or an internet video connection?

Subscribe to our podcast and listen on the go to past sermons.

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