First Congregational Church in Milton is glad to help you mark and celebrate God’s presence with you as you journey through life’s biggest milestones.
It would be our privilege to celebrate your wedding. FCC of Milton, in affirmation of the inclusive love of God, welcomes all couples to be married in our church regardless of their their gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. We celebrate the equal rights of all people including the legal right for individuals to marry the person of their choice. We are committed to working with all couples to create wedding celebrations that are personal and joyful. To begin the conversation about celebrating your wedding here, contact our pastor.
Baptism is available to children and adults of all ages. Baptism is a sign of God’s unconditional love and the mark of entry into Christ’s church. Baptisms are scheduled as part of Sunday morning worship services. Whether you are a longtime member of our church, or have never been here before, we would be honored to celebrate God’s love for you or your child. To discuss a baptism please contact our pastor.
The death of a loved one is a tender time. We are here for you to help you remember the life of someone you loved, and to recall God’s promise to be with us always, even through the shadow of death. Our pastor will work with you to create a service that is personally meaningful and that will help us all remember that God’s love never ends. To plan a funeral or memorial service, please contact our pastor, or ask your funeral director to do the same.
Students in second grade go through a preparation program to receive First Communion in the spring of each year. This program starts in February and runs during following worship, after the regular Sunday School classes. The class is taught by the Minister of Children and Families with the help of the pastor and a deacon. During the celebration of First Communion in worship, students are also presented with a Bible. If you would like your child to participate in First Communion, please contact our Minister of Children and Families.
Confirmation class is taught to students in grade 9. Our pastor teaches all confirmation classes together with mentors from the congregation. After completion of the confirmation program the high school students become full members of our church.
Our Confirmation Class is designed to pass along trusted Christian practices, the habits that have sustained faithful people for generations. As our youth take this next step in their lifelong journey of faith, we trust that these cornerstone practices will serve them well along the way. For more information, please contact our pastor.