God calls us to be flexible people! Think calmness and adaptability as we all continue to explore together being the church in some new and innovative ways. Here is the latest on our FELC schedule as of today, Wednesday, March 18.
If you have questions or concerns, please post them on Facebook, send a private message to the Facebook page, or call the church office (508-586-9021). Likewise, please reach out to Pastor Jeff and the church office if you have any pastoral care needs.
Please stay safe and take care of yourself and your loved ones in the midst of these unsettled times! Pray for our FELC family, our community, our nation, and world. And watch this space and our Facebook page for the latest on absolutely everything. Remember to celebrate that you are so loved by God and one another! Grace and peace.
Greetings and Welcome in the Name of Jesus Christ and the Community of First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Brockton, MA.We are a Lutheran church community in the Brockton area that welcomes you, your family, and friends into our diverse community.
First Evangelical Lutheran Church’s message to you is WELCOME.
With great sadness we announce the passing of Mary Haraldstad this past Wednesday night. A Service of Christian Burial will be held at the Blanchard Funeral Chapel in Whitman, MA on Tuesday, January 14, at 11 a.m. followed by interment at Otis Cemetery in Bourne, MA. Further details are pending. Our FELC family extends our deepest condolences to Mary’s family.
Mary K. (Bulman) Haraldstad, 92, of Brockton, Massachusetts died January 8, 2020 after a long life. Born in Hanson in 1927, daughter of Joseph and Mildred (Willis) Bulman, one of five children. Wife of the late Andrew O.B. Haraldstad married for over 60 years.
She leaves behind 4 daughters, Gail Medeiros of Taunton, Donna Hoyt of Hanson, Lynne Trent of Brockton, Sandy ...
With Christian condolence upon the death of Mrs. Carolyn Kenyon, who has entered the Church Triumphant.
Funeral arrangements to be posted soon.
Carolyn Dorothea Wiedemann Kenyon, 82, of Brockton passed away on Saturday, July 7, 2018 at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton after a brief illness. She was the loving wife of John “Fred” Kenyon for 61 years. Born July 22, 1935, Carolyn was the daughter of Sigurd Emil and Agnes Linnea (Larson) Wiedemann of North Easton where Carolyn spent her childhood years until her marriage in 1957.
A 1953 graduate of Oliver Ames High School, Carolyn was active as a cheerleader and as a violinist and concert mistress in the school orchestra. She worked as a secretary at Brockton’s Noonan Oil Company ...