Heavenly Bookworms are back! September’s Book is

Hansi: The Girl Who Left the Swastika Paperback – February 1, 1973 - by Maria Anne Hirschmann

Don't ever forget Jesus!" This tearful admonition of her foster mother followed the teen-aged orphan girl as she began her trip to Prague. Maria ("Hansi") was the envy of all in her little Czechoslovakian village because she had won a scholarship to the Nazi school in the capital and would be able to serve the Fuhrer. Thus Maria began a journey in 1940 which led her into the darkness of blind devotion to Hitler and the atheism of the Nazi system. The path led to a storybook romance...cruel disillusionment at Hitler's suicide...a traumatic awakening to the swastika's scourge across Europe and upon the Jews...a breathtaking escape from Communists...and a reemergence into the love and lordship of Jesus. You will find chuckles vying with tears as you see the New World through the eyes of these immigrants, bewildered by the careless affluence of their adopted land and dazzled by the freedom to serve and teach one's deepest convictions.

Please see Georgia if you want to purchase an in expensive book. Group will discuss book in Georgia & Dave Chrisman’s home (36 Smoke Hill Ridge) @ 7p October 2. All are invited

Coming in September: Our Homecoming Picnic! The Christian Fellowship Committee will be hosting this event to welcome everyone back from their summer activities. Sunday, September 20th is the day. If you like, bring a picnic blanket or lawn chair and enjoy our picnic fare after our church service. There will be lots of fun and fellowship! What a great way to kick-off the new church year!

First Congregational Church
1981 Ocean Street - P.O. Box 826  
Marshfield, Massachusetts  02050
 Reverend Susan Thornton - Pastor
Church :  Secretaryfccm@verizon.net  781-834-7664
Good Neighbor Fund:  GNFMarshfield@gmail.com  781-834-7664 X3
Services 9:30am Sunday 

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We covenant one with another to seek and respond to the word and the will of God. 
We purpose to walk together in the ways of the Lord, made known and to be made 
known to us. We hold it to be the mission of the church to witness to the gospel of 
Jesus Christ in all the world, while worshipping God, and striving for truth, justice 
and peace. As did those who came before, we depend on the Holy Spirit to lead
and empower us. We pray for the coming of the kingdom of God , and we look 
with faith toward the triumph of righteousness and eternal life.