Greenwich Reform Synagogue 257 Stanwich Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The Greenwich Reform Synagogue in Stanwich is also home to the Stanwich School. The synagogue offers worship services,…More religious education classes for children, Bar and Bat Mitzvah programs and a special faith-formation curriculum for high school students. A contemporary conversational Hebrew class is offered Sunday mornings. The GRS Social Action Committee is a group of members who coordinate a number of mission projects, both locally and abroad, including Call-A-Ride, the soup kitchen at New Covenant House of Hospitality, and the annual High Holiday Food Drive.
The Stanwich Congregational Church is an evangelical Congregational church established in 1732. The New England style…More church is used for weddings, funerals and weekly worship.
Music is an integral part of parish life. Volunteers comprise the adult and junior choirs, and there are additional opportunities for musicians. Nursery and Sunday school programs are active, as are youth groups for teens and college students. Adults can choose from an array of small groups for fellowship, Bible study, and support.
The mission of Community Centers Inc. (CCI) hasn't changed much since its founding by the Community Chest in 1955.…More The nonprofit's purpose is to support and engage those who are economically marginalized, have special needs or who might otherwise be left out of Greenwich community life.
CCI offers a combination of educational and therapeutic recreational programs, counseling, and advocacy to residents of all ages, racial groups and with a variety of needs.
For younger residents, CCI offers extracurricular activities and a breakfast and homework club at the elementary schools. Single parents can find support at CCI, as can seniors and adults with special needs.
Annual events include November's Annual Festive Giving and the Golf Outing held each July at Stanwich Club.
Established in 1845, Dingletown Community Church is a nondenominational Christian church, and one of the town's most…More popular wedding locations.
Weekly Sunday worship begins at 10:30 am during the months of September through June. Monthly meetings are held in July and August. The parish celebrates Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month. Children may choose to attend Sunday School during the 10:30am service, following the children's sermon. Confirmation classes are also offered to children of age.
Special music festivals take place twice a year, and each Christmas Eve, Dingletown Community Church opens its doors at 4:30pm for a candlelight and caroling service at which all are welcome.