First Congregational Church
(United Church of Christ)
Rev. Toby Jones, Pastor

101 State Street
Charlevoix, MI 49720
231-547-9122


Recent News

Week Two Sabbath Study Guide

                        Week Two Handout for Advent Sabbath Study *Via Zoom-Tuesday mornings at 10:00 am (in place of regular bible study) or Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Zoom invites are sent out via email. If you would like to join and did not receive an invite, please contact Toby at toby@chxucc.org or the church office at office@chxucc.org.  This week our theme is “A Tale of Two… Read More »


How to Host a Zoom Meeting- video (and other useful information)

How to Host a Zoom Meeting- Information and Video  By now many of you have probably participated in a Zoom meeting. You received an invite, clicked the link, logged in, entered the meeting password, and bam, you were off and running.  As this time of covid continues more and more meetings will be held via Zoom and you may be… Read More »


Weekly Newsletter- December 3, 2020

First Congregational U.C.C. Charlevoix – December 03, 2020  Join us for virtual worship each Sunday at 10:30 am Click Here for Online Worship and the Digital Bulletin! From the Pastor… I’ve been praying for our church family as we continue our march through a very unusual Advent season. I’ve been asking God to keep our spirits up, to keep our… Read More »


Week One Sabbath Study Guide

Participants Handout – Week One – Sabbath Study *Via Zoom-Tuesday mornings at 10:00 am (in place of regular bible study) or Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Zoom invites are sent out via email. If you would like to join and did not receive an invite, please contact Toby at toby@chxucc.org or the church office at office@chxucc.org.  Please Consider these Questions… Read More »


Bible Study- November 24, 2020 – Reshape, Reclaim, Remember

Reshape, Reclaim, Remember Join us for Virtual Bible Study each Tuesday at 10:00 am- If you would like to join and did not receive a Zoom invite, please email the church office at office@chxucc.org. Written by Cheryl Lindsay Focus Theme: Reshape, Reclaim, Remember Focus Prayer: Creator of the world, you are the potter, we are the clay, and you form… Read More »


Update From The Church Office

I received several emails over the weekend that brought up similar questions so I wanted to send something out in hopes of clearing up some confusion.  1. Office /Church Hours- Due to recent covid restrictions the church building has been temporarily closed. Bible study and committee meetings have been moved to Zoom and Sunday worship has been moved back to a… Read More »


Weekly Newsletter- November 25, 2020

First Congregational U.C.C. Charlevoix – November 25, 2020  Join us for virtual worship each Sunday at 10:30 am Click Here for Online Worship and the Digital Bulletin! From Your Pastor…                Each year when Thanksgiving rolls around, I am reminded of an article I read in a small town newspaper long ago. The article… Read More »


Weekly Newsletter- November 19, 2020

First Congregational U.C.C. Charlevoix – November 19, 2020   From Your Pastor…              Advent 2020 is shaping up to be one of the most bizarre Decembers ever. It is breaking my heart to think about a Christmas season when families can’t be together, when so many literally can’t come home for the holidays, and when our… Read More »


Bible Study November 17, 2020 – Do You See Me?

Do You See Me? Bible Study will be held via ZOOM ONLY  (10:00am) through the month of November. Zoom invites are sent via email, please email the church office at office@chxucc.org if you would like to join but did not receive a Zoom invite. You will be notified of updates and changes by email, the website, and the Weekly Newsletter. … Read More »


In-Person Worship Update 11-12-2020

If you have been listening to the local news lately, you know that the pandemic is spiking throughout Michigan.  This morning there was a Zoom call with the Northwest Michigan Public Health Department to discuss the latest data from Northern Michigan. The latest numbers show that we are experiencing a significant spike in COVID-19 positive tests. The positivity rate is… Read More »