What a beautiful service, this year...toward the end of the service, the dogs joined in creating their own Hallelujah Chorus, one we won't forget, anytime soon. And it ought to be noted, the new carpets are today in spotless condition! > g <
August 2016, wonderful events at CCC, new lights going in at base of dome in main sanctuary, new carpet being installed...as we speak, plan to have ready by Gathering Sunday, early September of this year. Thanks to all who made possible.
Here are a few snippets taken on the very special occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the installation of our Aeolian Skinner organ. Former Organist at CCC, Frederick MacArthur, and Organist and Choir Director Patrick Aiken performed together this magnificent hour of music.
Hard at work, preparing for services on April 7, 2013.
Witness the talented choir at Central Congregational Church, Providence, Rhode Island, on a still-chilly, spring, Sunday morning. Mpeg files, to come!
A talented group of young artists were celebrated yesterday, April 7, for their creative, skillful expressions of art, at Central Congregational Church, Providence, Rhode Island.
Students whose work is on exhibit for two weeks represent local high schools on the East Side of Providence, including Bay View, East Providence High School, Moses Brown, Wheeler School, Lincoln School and School One.
One magnificent performance, thanks to Patrick and the Central Choir.
Then, there was Committee Fair Sunday, a day when members volunteer to serve on a wide variety of committees at Central....all in all, a great day!
Over 100 families, friends of the artists, judges and congregants turned out on this spring day to celebrate the wonderful display of talent represented by artists from half a dozen area high schools including Providence Country Day, Moses Brown, Hope High School, East Providence High School, Lincoln School and St. Mary's Bayview Academy.
Thanks to all the student artists whose great work made this exhibit possible, and to teachers who supported the 4th annual show of this kind. Bravo!
Great job gallery committee! Thanks to Jim Bush for his eloquent remarks on the need for high-level, creative expression right now, in our city, state and country.
May 15, the date of the 3rd annual student art exhibit at Central Congregational Church, sponsored by the church gallery committee. Thanks to all who helped make this possible, most of all, the teachers and students!