Event Calendar

Dec
26
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Dec 26 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Jan
16
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Jan 16 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Feb
6
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Feb 6 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Feb
27
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Feb 27 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Mar
20
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Mar 20 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Apr
10
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Apr 10 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

May
1
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
May 1 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

May
22
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
May 22 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Jun
12
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Jun 12 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Jul
3
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Jul 3 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Jul
24
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Jul 24 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Aug
14
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Aug 14 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Sep
4
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Sep 4 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Sep
25
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Sep 25 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Oct
16
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Oct 16 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Nov
6
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Nov 6 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Nov
27
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Nov 27 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Dec
18
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Dec 18 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Jan
8
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Jan 8 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.

Jan
29
Wed
WOW Service in The Chapel
Jan 29 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The monthly Worship on Wednesday service on September 20 will consider the question “What is a Church, anyway?” Margaret Sprague, a long-time member of the church, will pose the question in her message to the congregation. All are welcome to the service, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, located in the Franklin Bower Church House on Meetinghouse Lane. Refreshments will be served after the service.

Margaret and Kent Sprague and their children James Kenyon Sprague, Paul David Sprague and Cynthia Louise Sprague (Dreier) moved to Madison from California in 1973. Margaret’s contribution as a member of First Congregational Church includes: church council; vice-chair, personnel committee; chair, By-laws revision committees, Friday Nighters committee, outreach commission; producer & director, worship service telecast; chair, public relations committee, and program presentations and art projects for the Women’s League.

Her volunteer participation in Madison includes: American Assn. of University Women; Deacon John Grave Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, Madison Chamber of Commerce and Madison Community Television. Margaret’s career has included newspaper reporting and editing, publishing company management and, for the past 37 years, ownership of Two Ems, Inc., a print shop and paper store in downtown Madison.