‘What God has made clean, do not call common.’
In Memory of Anna Campo & Philomena Palmer
Town of Pembroke to have Memorial Day ceremony - Monday May 30th
HAPPY MOTHERS DAY!
Happy Ladies Day! (and mothers everywhere and every age)
As the years pass and the changes occur, the one thing you can always count on CNK is still BEING here.
But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far away have been brought near by the blood of Christ.
Monday @7pm = Trustees; Tuesday @ 7pm = Council
Tasty rolls were enjoyed by all during Fellowship Hour!
But he, being full of the Holy Ghost, looked up stedfastly into heaven, and saw the glory of God, and Jesus standing on the right hand of God
PLEASE JOIN US ON May 01, 2022 IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING SUNDAY SERVICE, JOIN THE CNK TEAM FOR COFFEE, PASTRIES, AND A TOUR OF THE CNK CLASSROOMS.
In memory of our parents Nan and Shirley A. Peterson By Alan & Linda Peterson
In memory of Billie Hickey and Joey Birolini
...the angel said to the women, “Do not be afraid, for I know that you seek Jesus who was crucified. He is not here, for he has risen....
Jesus has gone to prepare a place for us
"The Tenebrae" - Together we remember events leading up to our Lord's crucifixion
"The humility of Jesus" How did Jesus ride into Jerusalem?
Join us as our Sunday School children lead us in a Palm Sunday Parade
“We are going up to Jerusalem, and everything that is written by the prophets about the Son of Man will be fulfilled."
Easter Flowers: First Church needs everyone’s help to decorate the sanctuary for the joyful occasion of Easter.
“We had to celebrate this happy day. For your brother was dead and has come back to life! He was lost, but now he is found!” Lk. 15:32
THIS SUNDAY - March 27 Ice Cream Sundae, please remember to bring in your favorite topping
Click to hear wishes sung in the Sanctuary!
Recommended minimum donation of $15 for each flower pot.
“A Lenten Humility” by Minister Miriam Theodore (Philippians 2:5-11) The Service: The Sermon: The Pictures:
Mark the days of Lent and the Journey to Easter. Sign-up for Easter flowers
The Lenten season does not end with suffering, but rather resurrection.
Thank you to all who gave the most precious liquid in life to save strangers.
Thank you to all who joined a Church Committees at last week's Annual Meeting. What a great turnout.
This week’s Steeple Lighting is in honor of Rene Schrock, who opened a very successful small business, “Hound Haven By the Bay” in Beaufort, SC.
As did the 12 Disciples, we need to stand-up for Jesus.
This evening, we are all called to a season of reflection. For the next forty days, we intend to seek, speak, and to be more engaging with the Lord.
Before Service Speak to God. During Service, let God Speak to you. After Service, speak to one another kindly.
What is was the Transfiguration and what does transfiguration mean to us?
The Flowers on the altar on February 27, 2022, were dedicated by The Lapham Family in memory of loved ones.
Download a copy of the Annual Report & Nomination Form
What would you say if asked a basic questions about the Bible. How would you answer?
Family and friends are welcome to attend Funeral Services on Monday, February 14 at 10:00 AM
All the Church news that is fit to "blast" to the Congregation.
This Week The First Church Steeple Will Be Lit In Loving Memory Of Ernest Buster Linscott by Julie Baronne and Family
"Humanly speaking, it is impossible. But with God, everything is possible." Matthew 19:26
Since 2020, First Church in Pembroke has collected 202 pints of blood which can save the life of 606 people.
Revised By-Laws approved* at the 2022 Annual Meeting
“The Ultimate High Priest” by Minister Miriam Theodore The Service: The Sermon
Jane Natale, 91, of Pembroke, MA passed away peacefully, after a brief illness, surrounded by her loving family.
This Week The Church Steeple Is Lit In Loving Memory Of Robert H. Martin - By The Reading Family
Mission Impossible by Rev. Terry Martinson FULL SERVICE SERMON ONLY
The New England custom of steeple lighting to honor a loved one is a tradition at First Church in Pembroke and the whole Town Community is invited to participate. You may have the Church...