The Congregational Church of Easton is a small New England country church located in the hills of Fairfield County, Connecticut. Serving Easton since 1762, we embrace a faith that is based on love rather than fear, on compassion rather than judgement, on seeking rather than dogma. We strive to be a community where God’s presence in known, where bridges are built, and where all people can come to feel the community of Christ.
We are part of the United Church of Christ (UCC), a large denomination in the US that allows a great deal of autonomy for individual churches. The Church has a rich history of community in the town of Easton, dating to a time before the town was even incorporated.
As the “Church on the Hill” we constantly strive to be a beacon of community, service, and learning.
Just as a plant transforms from a seed to a bud and then blooms into a flower, so too, we are blooming and changing as a church. The congregation voted to be a Turnaround Church in 2015. As part of the turnaround process we are defining who we want to be as an organization and working to achieve those goals.
Covenant, Bylaws, and Policies
A covenant and bylaws lay out a Congregational church’s relationship with God and with each other. Read our covenant, bylaws, and other policies here.
Check out our “Updates & Events” to see what’s new at the Congregational Church of Easton.
In order to reach our full potential as a community, we work with a variety of national and local partners. Check them out here.