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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…

Church reopening

The Cabinet met last Sunday and the main topic of the day was reopening the church for in person service.  Here are the guidelines they have put in place.  Please know these guidelines may change as we proceed.    Update:  The cabinet approved re-opening FCC on Sunday July 12th with both an 8am and 10:30am service; both services will be held in the Sanctuary. Following are the church guidelines:   Entrance doors: South doors (back parking lot); East front doors under the Portico for those…

Online sermons

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we will be streaming weekly services at 10:30 AM on Sunday mornings.  Please join us on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/FCCMarshalltown.  If you miss the service, you can always watch a replay there as well.  We had a few problems the first week, but those issues have been ironed out, so it should be smoother going forward. Pastor Dan is collecting prayer requests from any church member both on email and on his Facebook to…

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312 West Main St Marshalltown, IA

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Take Up Your Cross

There’s a Cost to Following ChristTake Up Your CrossMatthew 16:24-28Sunday, August 9, 2020 at The First Congregational Church of Marshalltown, IowaMatthew 16:24 Then Jesus said to his disciples, “if anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me.” Introduction: He’s nearly 80 now, but an evangelist named Arthur Blessitt made a career out of carrying his cross. A full cross, with a wheel attached at the base for ease of transport,…