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Assistive Listening Devices

Having difficulty hearing in the sanctuary? The assistive listening options are here to help, even if you don’t wear hearing aids.  Your first connection setup will take about 10 minutes with a Setup Helper to explain all the options and get you connected. The Setup Helpers will be in the back of the sanctuary on Sundays at 9 AM. Please come early to avoid the crowd.

         Option 1: Use your own smartphone to use it to connect to our system, there are several steps you’ll need to complete at home before your first setup at church. Those How-To directions are here.

         Option 2: Use one of the church’s numerous assistive listening devices.  At your first setup, the Setup Helper will help you select which of the devices will work best for you. They will also show you how it works.

The Draft of the South Church Profile is ready for your review. This document will be used to outreach for a minister to succeed Jed Rardin when he retires in June of 2024. The Profile is designed to introduce who South Church is, our mission, vision and values, as well as our South Church spirited energy. The Search Committee is asking you review the draft Profile then share your thoughts, comments or questions. Does the draft Profile reflect South Church as you experience it?

The Search Committee will use your comments to edit the draft. The draft profile is available here until May 7.  Hard copies are also available for in church reviewing in Fellowship Hall, the Sanctuary, and the Church Office. Your thoughts and comments will help the South Church Profile.

Draft South Church Profile

Will South Church be a Racial Justice Church?

What does it mean to be a Racial Justice Church?  What does it mean to You

We’ll continue that discovery conversation. Members are invited to share their thoughts. on May 14, there will be groups discussing after both the 8am and 10am services. Please save the date. 


Will South Church Be a Racial Justice Church?

We Vote on May 21st


After 3 years of study and discussion opportunities, on May 21 at our Annual Meeting, South Church will vote on the follow resolution:

South Church Declaration as a Racial Justice Church

We, as members of South Congregational Church, declare we are a Racial Justice Church. We covenant to engage in an ongoing process of being:

  • Learners: in a community of mutual accountability, about slavery, white privilege, implicit bias and all aspects of racism in our midst;

  • Interrupters: of the continuing cycle of racism and

  • Allies: with People of Color in challenging race-based injustice in all its manifestations.

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