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Haddam Neck Covenant Church News


Submitted by Linda Ursin

Haddam Neck Covenant Church, 17 Haddam Neck Rd., East Hampton invites all to Sunday Worship at 9 a.m. online at or in-person with masks, social distancing and safety protocols. Pastor is the Rev. Tom Cowger.

Puppet Ministry. Each Sunday the Church’s Puppet Ministry features Digger the Dog from Farmer M’s red Barn to help Pastor Tom explain the meaning of the Message topic.

Bible Study.  Pastor Tom hosts a Zoom study entitled “God’s Peace and Prayers” every other Thursday from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. The foundation of the study is the book “Armchair Mystic” How Contemplative Prayer Can Bring You Closer to God.

Call the Church office at 860-267-2336 for more information. Office hours are 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Sharon Challenger
I am a professional Scenic Artist and have also worked as a Systems Analyst and Senior Programmer Analyst for the Travelers and Yale University. Education: Post University, Wesleyan University and Yale University School of Drama.

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