Upcoming Schedule:

March   1 – Sunday School
March   2 – Maureen’s Haven 5:30 pm
March   4 – Lenten service at Old Steeple; speaker: Rev. DeArmitt
March   5 – Choir rehearsal 7 pm
March   6 – Book Discussion 10:30 am
March   8 – Cemetery Association meeting following worship
March 11 – Lenten service at Rvhd. United Methodist; speaker: Rev. Wright
March 12 – Choir rehearsal 7 pm
March 13 – Book Discussion 10:30 am
March 14 – Men’s Breakfast at Bagel Lovers Café 8:30 am
March 15 – Sunday School
March 15 – Community Board meeting
March 16 – Maureen’s Haven 5:30 pm
March 18 – Lenten service at House of Praise; speaker: Rev. Hill
March 18 – Old Steeple Stitchers meet at 7 pm
March 19 – Choir rehearsal 7 pm
March 24 – Steeple View articles due
March 25 – Lenten service at First Congregational Church; speaker: Fr. Duncklee
March 26 – 262nd anniversary of the organization of Old Steeple Church

What we Do for Fun & Fundraisers!

  • Chicken BBQ
  • Christmas Bazaar and Chinese Auction
  • Music Concerts
  • Antique Fair
  • Easter egg hunt
  • Potluck dinners
  • Plant Sales

Our faith community gathers in weekly congregational worship on Sunday mornings at 10:00 am.

Communion is observed on the first Sunday of each month. Ours is an open table: all are invited to share in this sacrament in which we are reminded of the sacred power of sharing in community with one another.

Children and Youth 
We enthusiastically welcome all ages into worship. Coloring pages are available at the table at the back of the sanctuary. Worship includes a short “Children’s Discovery Time”. Every first and third Sunday they are invited to join a teacher for some sacred story and creative response time. Children are also welcome to stay with their family during worship, so choose what works best for your family!

Fellowship Hour
Immediately following worship, we gather to enjoy a cup of coffee and snacks prepared by members of our community, and conversation.

Every Spring and Fall we have Farmer’s Services at 7 AM on three Sundays. These services were meant to accommodate our farmers who need every minute of the day to plant or harvest according to the season. However, the whole congregation is invited to attend. It is a short service at someone’s home with refreshments afterwards.