150 Years in Marshalltown

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Salvation Army toy shop

2020 is an unusual year but the Christmas spirit at FCC is strong and we are ready to bless a child through the Salvation Army’s “Christmas Toy Shop”. Last year there was a glaring shortage of gift items available for boys 13-16 so the Missions and Benevolence committee has decided that our gift giving should focus on this age group. The congregation’s deadline to donate gifts is, Sunday December 13th.   Please take your gifts to the choir room or you…

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…

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

  • Sunday 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM

New Sermons

The Fullness of Time

Scriptures:  Luke 2:25-32; Galatians 4:4-7 Sunday, December 27, 2020 at The First Congregational Church of Marshalltown, Iowa Intro.  This sermon is for those followers of Christ who feel frustrated with themselves, who feel their imperfections acutely and wonder what will become of them.  They struggle with this life, and feel that if they were better Christians, they would not struggle so much, or that their struggles and frustrations indicate that they are poor excuses for Christians.  The purpose of this…