603-447-3851 | 132 Main St. Conway, NH 03818 | email@example.com
You’ll use the old rubble of past lives to build anew, rebuild the foundations from out of your past. You’ll be known as those who can fix anything, restore old ruins, rebuild and renovate, make the community livable again Isaiah 58:12
The following organizations use our sanctuary, fellowship hall and classroom for their meetings and program presentations. Many of the programs using our church facilities do so at reduced or subsidized rates. We help people, organizations and families restore life in the Mt. Washington Valley because it speaks to our faith. It is our goal to continue encouraging and supporting local groups in their efforts to serve individuals and our community.
Men’s Bible Study Group
Women’s Bible Study Group
The Outreach Committee also manages the food pantry to assure the larger Conway area and the towns of Albany, Eaton and Chatham are provided with food for those in need. The Pantry is the biggest outreach project and is open on Tuesdays from 9:00-11:30 am and 5:00- 7:00 pm at night.
Conway Village Congregational Church 132 Main St
PO Box 333 Conway, New Hampshire
Call (603) 447-3851
Support groups that help each other recover from substance abuse.
AA-Good Morning Group ~ Saturndays 9 AM
AA-Primary Purpose Group ~ Sundays 7 PM
Al-Anon Family Group ~ Thursdays 12 Noon
Conway Big Book Step Study ~ Thursdays 7:30 PM
A group devoted to a positive and healthy life style by maintaining good health through weight control and healthy eating habits.
We Live S.A.F.E.
Bible Study Groups
he Men’s and Women’s Bible Study groups provide a weekly opportunity to learn more about the meaning and messages of the Bible. Friendship and fellowship are shared and each group works to focus their lives on the teachings of Jesus Christ.
Other Community Groups
Additional organizations using our facility are: The Conway Historical Society, Mountain Top Music, Robert Frost Charter School, ACT Service Dog Graduation, Christmas Gift Program for Challenged Individuals, Elementary School Children Food Drives and Round Table Leadership for the Boy Scouts.
American Legion Dinner
Volunteers from American Legion Post 95 use the Conway Village Congregational kitchen and fellowship hall facility to provide a dinner on Christmas Day. Over 300 people in December 2018 enjoyed this wonderful annual tradition.