United Church of Christ
Our church is a member of the sponsoring group. All are welcome!
Join us in Tamworth, NH for a program of song, story and reflection.
Our featured speaker, Maggie Fogarty, has been Economic Justice Project Coordinator for the American Friends Service Committee’s New Hampshire office since 2007. She is a founding board member of Housing Action NH, and serves on the advisory boards of the New American Africans and the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness. She has a particular interest in understanding the role of white privilege in perpetuating injustice in our country. Prior to coming to AFSC, Maggie served as a Maryknoll Lay Missioner in Bolivia for four years. She lives with her family in Dover, New Hampshire.
Also included in the program will be music by Shana Aisenberg and other local musicians, and a story by storyteller (and World Fellowship co-director) Andy Davis. Rev. M.G. Martell Spagnolo of the Conway Village Congregational Church (“The Brown Church”) will emcee.
The program is sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Eastern Slopes, The World Fellowship Center, and the Clergy of the Eastern Slope.
For more information, please call Andy Davis at (603)447-2113.
Live video streaming of service at 10:30am on Sunday:
NEW YEAR'S SCHEDULE
ADVENT & CHRISTMAS SCHEDULE
Sun, Dec 18, 10:30pm
Sun, Dec 18, 12:30pm
Tue, Dec 20, 6:30pm
LONGEST NIGHT – INTERFAITH SOLSTICE CELEBRATION
Wed, Dec 21, 7:00pm
Sat, Dec 24
Sun, Dec 25, 10:30am
Meet our new settled pastor....
– The members of the Jackson Community Church are pleased to announce that after an 18 month pastoral search process they have called a settled pastor to serve the church and wider community effective Sunday, November 6th, 2016.
Gail Pomeroy Doktor comes to the Jackson Community Church from Ipswich, MA. Prior to her arrival in Jackson she served as a medical chaplain at Beverly Hospital in Beverly, MA and as interim executive director for the homeless ministry of The Outdoor Church in Cambridge, MA. Gail is a recent graduate of the Harvard Divinity School where her studies included parish ministry, prison ministry, hospital and hospice chaplaincy, interfaith community-building, work with youth in recovery from addiction, and study of immigration issues at the US-Mexico border. Prior to her call to the ministry, Gail had a 25 year career as a print and web designer and business communications consultant for both corporate and nonprofit clients.
Doktor and her family also run a small nonprofit foundation called Bright Happy Power, Inc. which supports children and families living with cancer and other catastrophic challenges, in memory of her youngest daughter Jessica who died at the age of 9. Their older daughter Sarah is studying nursing at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. Gail is married to Chris Doktor, a partner in the architectural firm Olson Lewis Architects & Planners, Inc.
She has served on the patient-parent advisory boards for Dana Farber Cancer Institute, the institutional review board at Beverly Hospital, is an active volunteer with cultural and environmental organizations, as well having served as president and officer in the Ipswich Rotary Club. She loves the outdoors and looks forward to exploring the White Mountains in all seasons while becoming an active member of the wider valley community as her family puts down roots in Jackson.
The Jackson Community Church is a welcoming community of faith, under the banner of the United Church of Christ, and located by the river in the heart of Jackson Village. Weekly Sunday services are at 10:30 am. For more information about the church or Pastor Doktor, please contact Lynn Lockard, Moderator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.