West Avon Congregational Church

Mar 03rd
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Over 250 years of history

Over 250 years of history

From its small beginning back in 1751, the West Avon Congregational Church, a member of the United Church of Christ, has been "home" to generations of Christians who have gathered to share their faith in God, and to serve t...

Everyone is a minister

This is the belief that all members are ministers wherever they live and work. Ea...

A Caring Church

Caring for one another is central to our ministry. It is reflected by the existen...

An Outreaching Church

We are a church that serves the community. Our building is used by two scout troo...

An Open and Affirming Church

In May of 2008, our church voted to extend an extravant welcome to all persons regardless...


Weather related cancellations and delays

will be broadcast on WTIC AM 1080 and NBC 30. You may also check nbc30.com. The church office will follow the local school closing schedule.

Simply Smiles MIssion Trip

The Farmington Valley Association's work trip to the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation will take place from May 2-9, 2015. Please consider this week-long, meaningful journey to help those less fortunat...


You are invited to join with other church members and our youth groups for caroling on Sunday, December 14th at 3:30 p.m. We will travel throughout town to offer Christmas cheer and a plate of cookies...

PJ Night

On Monday, December 15th at 7:00 p.m., little ones age 3 through grade 2 are invited to an evening at the fireside with Pastor Brian and Miranda. They will share a quiet time with stories and carols, ...

20 and 30 Somethings group

A combined ministry of West Avon Congregational Church and First Church Simsbury.

The new 20&30 Something's Group is a great place for young adults in their late teens, 20's, or 30's to connect wit...

Help Needed at Avon Health Center

We are a lay group providing Christian worship services every Thursday at Avon Health Center, the nursing home and rehab center on West Avon Road (Route 167). The ministry was started over twenty year...

Nursery Care

Every Sunday morning Phyllis Kayan, our nursery caregiver, provides loving care for our smallest members while their parents attend worship. The Board of CE is looking for parent volunteers to help ou...

Join our facebook groups

Did you know that Facebook members can join the West Avon Congregational group and the WACC Outreach group? These groups will provide you with frequent updates on Outreach activities and on church new...

United Way

Some workplaces strongly urge employee giving to United Way charities. If you would like your gift to go to West Avon, simply fill out the form supplied by your employer and list our church and its ad...

Want to hear a sermon?

Did you miss a Sunday and are curious to hear the message from that day?  Sermons from most of our worship services are available to listen to by clicking on the "worship" tab at the top of the page ...


Congregation Life

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Join us for worship and Sunday School each Sunday morning at 9:30am


A big thanks to the scouts and parents who helped with the leaf and branch clean up on November 20th. We also want to express our thanks to a number of our members who worked on cleaning up the damage to the trees caused by our October snowstorm: Mike Alessio, Barry Chubb, Tom Transue, Tom & Mary Ellen Voorhees, Ketil Osland, Jamie Jepsen, Rick Shea, Harald Bender.


Help With Meals Is Needed for Linda Krebs and her family.  Food is needed for Tuesdays and Thursdays; meals should be simple and for three people.  A sign-up sheet is posted on the bulletin board by Fellowship Hall.

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Capital Campaign


Much of our work over the last couple of months has been in preparation for upcoming projects.  The committee interviewed three architectural firms and has chosen one to begin "designing" the new lift and the handicap accessible bathrooms.  We should receive those drawings in the next two weeks. In the meantime, a new fire alarm system has been installed and approved by the Avon Fire Department.  Valley Landscape has installed the new sidewalks by the office and nursery school entrances.  In addition, we are working with Connecticut Lighting on the selection of lights to illuminate the entrances and the parking lot. Quotes are being secured for the replacement of the front lawn sign; unfortunately, the sign will need to be completely replaced due to its overall condition.  We are continuing to work on small landscaping projects with the help of some very dedicated members. At our annual meeting in June, we hope to supply everyone with a complete update of our projects, along with drawings and a timeline for the lift project.We started off 2012 by conducting a very successful capital campaign. Over one third of our church family participated as volunteers and we received pledges of over $1,000,000. The donations received this year have allowed us to do the first phase of our driveway repaving, reroof the parish house, and install a new alarm system. In order to complete the remainder of our projects, and to build up funds for future projects, we need to receive the remainder of our pledged funds as soon as possible. If you have not already done so, we ask that you fulfill the 2012 portion of your Capital Campaign pledge. You may also want to look at your 2012 and 2013 tax situation and fulfill your 2013 pledge in 2012. We greatly appreciate your pledges and donations. It has allowed us to shore up our physical facilities and to build a strong foundation upon which can to do God's work. Thank you.

John Carlson

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Contact Info

280 Country Club Rd

Avon, CT 06001

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(860) 673-3996