Happening at Fairfield Reformed Church?
Check out this page to find lots of challenging and fun activities
planned as the Lord wills and enables us-- plans for worshipping and
serving our Lord, for encouragement, and for fun as we rejoice in the
blessing of Christian fellowship.
"They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to
prayer." (Acts 2:42 - New International Version)
Fellowship / Events
(Lord willing ...)
archived newsletters (below) to see some of the activities we have
Adult Bible Study Class
(12:00 noon )
Bible Study meets in the Ivory Room of Fellowship Hall,
from 12:00 noon until 12:45pm. We warmly invite you to come and
join us. You don't need to be a Bible scholar - just interested in
learning what God has to say about life. Enjoy
some light refreshments along with the spiritual refreshment of hearing
If you prefer, join us
during that time just to talk, relax, and and enjoy some fellowship
before the worship hour.
Ephesus is a group of faithful prayer warriors that meets Tuesdays
in the Ivory Room of of Fellowship hall
pray for the people and ministry of the Fairfield Reformed Church.
Join with us in seeking hard after Jesus' heart and will for us and in
praying about the concerns on the hearts of our members, friends, family and
the greater community. (Meets
in Ivory Room September - end of June, then prays from home during
WEDNESDAY - DEVOTED
Devoted normally meets
weekly from 7: 15 - 8:30 pm in the Ivory room of of Fellowship hall;
however, it is temporarily suspended. If
you are able, please join our Tuesday Ephesus group instead.
Of Special Interest
Note: The following
event isn't a "recent" event but we have chosen to leave it posted
as a tribute to a beloved sister in the Fairfield Church family.
After a valiant struggle with cancer, Diana Rowland went home to be with
the Lord on January 8, 2008.
The EverReady Circle hosted
a "Victorian Tea" on Saturday, April 21, 2007. The event was open to
the community and featured a special presentation on the art of quilting
by church family member and local artisan, Diana Rowland.
Diana grew up in Verona, has lived in Montclair for many years, and has
been a member of the Fairfield Reformed Church for 10 years.
Although she has done embroidery for 30 years, she began quilting in the
mid- 1990's and days quilts and embroidery are all over her house,
changed from time to time by season and whim. All of her quilts
and embroidery are made completely by hand. She explained that, to
the extent it is possible, she wants her work to celebrate the beauty
and order of God, in whom are the attributes of beauty, truth, and order
in their ultimate state.
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September 09, 2018