First Church of Round Hill in Greenwich, CT is a Christian community, rich in heritage, open and caring, bound together by our faith.

Come worship with us!

We strive to be a thriving, welcoming, inclusive community radiating light and love from the corner of Round Hill Road and John Street in Greenwich. Currently, we are small in number, but large in our devotion to sharing the message of grace, compassion, and inclusion to all of God's children.

We aim to offer in person worship that has a thoughtful sermon, a warm liturgy, and excellent music.

We pray to be examples that promote abundant living, to avoid dogmas that obscure Christ’s desire for peace and justice, and to pray for the decrease of fear and the increase of hope.

To schedule special events such as weddings, baptisms, and funerals, please contact the church office.

NO WORSHIP ON DECEMBER 21, 2023.
IN PERSON WORSHIP RESUMES ON JANUARY 7, 2024.

worship services

ADVENT – CHRISTMAS at FCRH
SERVICE 10:00AM

Below you will find our proposed calendar for worship.

---DECEMBER---
December 3rd: 10am - First Sunday of Advent, Blessing of the Advent Wreath, Lighting First candle of Advent, and Holy Communion

December 10th: 10am - Second Sunday of Advent, Lighting of Second candle of Advent

December 17th: 10am - Third Sunday of Advent, Lighting of Third Candle of Advent

December 24th: 5:30pm - Christmas Eve Service of Lessons and Carols, Lighting of the Christ Candle

---JANUARY 2024---
January 7th - 10am: Epiphany and New Year's Service of Worship and Holy Communion

January 14th: 10am - MLK & Human Relations Sunday

January 21st: 10am - Third Sunday after the Epiphany

January 28th: 10am - Fourth Sunday after the Ephipany

worship services

"The world these days is obsessed with dividing people. It's always some version of us against them. It drives an addiction to conflict, the temptation to call opponents evil." The real world, God's world, isn't like that."

These words of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, serve to remind us of the gift and value of in person worship. May we recall and give thanks for the reminder of Galatians " for you are all one in Christ".