150 Years in Marshalltown

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OFFICIAL NOTICE OF CHURCH ANNUAL MEETING SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 2022 The members of First Congregational Church of Marshalltown, Iowa are hereby notified that the annual meeting of the church will be held at 11:45AM on Sunday, March 6th, 2022 in the sanctuary at 312 West Main Street, Marshalltown, Iowa and via Zoom on-line. Reports will be reviewed from various church officers and boards, new officers and board members will be elected, and a budget for the new year (2022) will…

Online giving

There is a new way to give Tithes and Offering to First Congregational Church – Marshalltown. The Trustees have partnered with the company VANCO to support online giving as another option to allow our church members to give their tithes and offerings to the church. With the Covid-19 pandemic, it has become a challenging time for our church and our church members. This partnership gives our members and those that are viewing our worship online from afar a way to…

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312 West Main St Marshalltown, IA

  • Sunday 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM

New Sermons

Building A Life

Building a LifeLuke 14:25-33; Deuteronomy 30:15-20Sunday, September 4, 2022 at The First Congregational Church of Marshalltown, Iowa • Introduction-Years ago, I had a friend back in the days when we lived in Boston who always played Monopoly with a distinctly capitalistic flair. He bought as many properties as he could and then would offer to sell them, but never at list price. He always wanted the buyer to “sweeten the pot.” I thought of him and his style of playing…

False Spiritual Leaders

False Spiritual LeadersIsaiah 57:2-21; Jude 1:12-15Sunday, August 28, 2022 at The First Congregational Church of Marshalltown, Iowa • Introduction:One of the classics we read in high school was Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, a series of medieval character studies involving a group of people on a pilgrimage. Several characters are people of authority in the church who are depicted as selfish and corrupt. God, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the souls of women and men; those are matters of little importance. They…