The Roxbury Union Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, the only remaining church in Roxbury, VT, is very active in the community.
1642 Roxbury Rd (VT Rte 12A)| PO Box 314 | Roxbury VT
(next to Roxbury Free Library)
Sunday Service: 10am
Pastor: Sue Church
Phone: (802) 233-5198
The Church in the Community
Sept-Oct 2019 newsletter
The church has a Sunday service, a monthly hymn sing, community pot-luck supper, and is home to the Roxbury Food Shelf, providing food to townspeople in need.
The church produces a small newsletter, which they mail to residents and other interested parties. To receive the free newsletter, write using the PO Box address above.
Monthly church lighting. The church is lit monthly in memory of, or in honor, of a loved one in town.
To donate to the Roxbury Food Shelf or to the upkeep of the church, send a check oto the address above, or contact Tom or Claire Chomenkowski at (802) 485-7779.
Link to former RUCC choir’s tape of songs, on maltedmedia.com.
Roxbury Food Shelf
Providing sustenance for those people in need, in the town of Roxbury VT.
Located in the lower church. Entrance is on the side facing the Roxbury Free Library.
Wednesdays: 12pm-2:30pm, 3:30pm-5pm
For more information, or in an emergency, contact Claire Chomentowski at (802) 485-7779.
To have the church lit in memory of a loved one or in honor of a loved one, please contact Tom or Claire Chomenkowski at (802) 485-7779.
Meets at the church every Wednesday from 5-6pm, to view/discuss presentations that touch on the critical issues of the day. Suggestions for videos? Call or email Pastor Sue.
Pot Luck Dinner and Hymn Sing
Third Thursday of every month at 6pm in the lower church.
Soup-a-Thon and Pie Pourri/Quilt Raffle
A supper will be held on Saturday, October 19th, from 5-7PM in the lower church. Sue D’Amico has generously donated a beautiful quilt to the church. Measures 68″x52″. The quilt will be raffled off, and the drawing will be held during the Soup-a-Thon supper.
Raffle tickets are available from church members as of Sept. 8th.