Christmas Eve Service

Our Christmas Eve Service will be held at 6:30pm – 8:00pm on December 24th, 2021. We welcome all to attend. There will be scripture readings, singing of hymns and Christmas videos played on our projector. Our church has spacious seating to accommodate social distancing. We wish everyone a safe and merry Christmas!

Skate Park Fundraising

A big thanks to our church members for their fund raising efforts for the Pownal skate park. For 2021 they chose the New York City virtual marathon as a fund raising avenue and we’re happy to report it was a great success!   Thanks to all the local businesses that sponsored this event; B&B Auto,…

Pownal Vermont Skatepark

We at the Pownal Center Community Church are happy to be a part of the Pownal skate park build. Members of our church helped by creating park renderings and attending town meetings to get the skate park project started along with spending countless volunteer hours over the summer building the skate park.     We…

Thank you all!

A big thank you to everyone that stopped by our tag sale event! The weather was great, the food was awesome thanks to the Pownal ATV club with their amazing selection of baked goods.

Community Gathering & Tag Sale

Date: October 25, 2020 TIME: 11 am- 4 pm PLACE: Church Carriage Barn, Pownal Center Community Church 495 Center ST Pownal VT 05261 DESCRIPTION: Tag sale including items (furniture, audio equipment, household items, clothing, jewelry, holiday decorations) and refreshments (coffee, cider, water, baked goods) provided by members of Pownal Center Community Church. All proceeds will…

Christmas Service 2019

Our Christmas Eve Services will be held at 6:30pm – 8:00pm on December 24th, 2019. We welcome all to attend. There will be scripture readings, singing of hymns, along with Christmas videos played on our projector. Refreshments to follow service.

Flowers!

Our gardens get sunlight all day, so keeping the flowers watered is a bit of a challenge! We’ve planted everything from mums to pansys; even leaving in some milkweed for our visiting butterfly’s!

1849

Did you know our Church building is 170 years old? The Community Church (originally known as the Union Church) was erected in 1849 over the meetinghouse at a cost of $2,875. First organized by the Baptist in 1794, the church was supported by both the Baptists and Methodists but has always been open to every…