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To survive the winter, access to critical resources is everything: 

if you live in Putnam and are in dire need of food, clothing, diapers, or rental / fuel assistance, please call Interfaith Human Services.


They are located in the church basement at 53 Grove St. in Putnam and are open on an appointment basis Mon - Fri: 860 - 928 - 0169

Tell them Pastor Ross sent you. Be safe and God bless you.

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Remember that you are dust and to dust you shall return

Ash Wednesday traditionally marks the beginning to the season of Lent. This year, though, Ash Wednesday will be rather snowy. The largest snowstorm of the season is expected to blanket the area with up to a foot of snow; so, you are invited to keep warm and instead join Sunday morning to receive a cross of Ash and Lenten blessings.

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In   Putnam, Connecticut

WHAT DRIVES US? There you have it. We believe God is love and when we love one another then we are fulfilling our purpose and making this town and this world a better place in the process. So that's what we do. We don't make you join or rebaptize you or call out your sins or shout out fire and brimstone -- there's already so much of that going on.


Not us. Instead: we accept you, we affirm you, we make sure you got what you need to survive, and together we look out and go serve those most in need. That's our mission. We think Jesus would that. We think that's what love looks like. So, stop by and find out. Amen?

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SUndays @ 10

Stop by the church, located at 53 Grove St. We gather indoors for a casual hour-long service beginning at 10 with refreshments afterward. We welcome you exactly as you are. Life is a journey. Know there are people here who are right where you are too. You are not alone.


Help us bless Northeastern CT by blessing this faith community with your support. Now support comes in all forms: time, talents, and treasures too. Time and talents are most important, but the hard thing is most of us are busy! We barely have enough time for our friends, family, and ourselves. We know that well.


So if you are busy, then the next best thing is supporting Living Faith through financial gifts. Any gift goes right back into serving your neighbors who are most in need and most dependent on the ministries of this church.


Consider giving one time or becoming a sustaining steward of the church through recurring donations each month. Every gift helps spread love, grace, hope, and good news to those who need it!

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