The Road We Make -- Part Two
Sundays at 4 PM via ZOOM .
Ed Farrell-Starbuck and Peggy O'Connor
What does it mean to have faith today? Where do we find faith when so much is changing? How does the Bible come alive in this moment in human history?
Join Peggy and Ed for a lively discussion based on a book written by one of the great public theologians of our time, Brian McLaren. His book, The Road We Make by Walking, offers a new look at the Bible through a progressive lens, ideal for today. Ed led this class at the local Methodist church to a packed audience. It was so relevant to the questions people are asking now. Every chapter is chock full of questions to encourage us to engage with scripture in ways that make it vital to our lives today.
This is a special opportunity to learn, to grow and to engage is a fascinating conversation with two excellent teachers.
Call Val @ 508-432-1668 or email email@example.com to find out how to acquire the book and/or sign up.
Online Bible Study
Doug Wheeler is leading a Bible Study group that is open to all. It meets Tuesdays at 9AM via ZOOM. . The format is group discussion and is open to everyone. Sign up by contacting Valerie at
On 19 April 1995, members from the church's Dorcas Society and the Pilgrim Service League voted to unite into one organization, Pilgrim Women's Fellowship.
The purpose of the organization is to unite the women of the parish and community in a program of fellowship, worship, education and service and to support the programs of Pilgrim Congregational Church as it serves the cause of Christ in the community and throughout the world.
Regular meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month from September through May. There is a light lunch, a short business meeting and a program, which might be entertaining, inspirational or educational.
Through fund raising efforts the Pilgrim Women's Fellowship is able to support many benevolences.
Missions + Service Work
A large portion of donor pledges goes to provide financial support for outreach programs In Harwich Port and beyond. Just a few examples are The Cape Cod Needy Fund, Cape Abilities, Harwich Council on Aging, Faith Neighborhood Kitchen, Habitat for Humanity, Doctors without Borders, Roof Repair Help for Navajo Church, and UNICEF.