Christian Fellowship Groups

Christian Fellowship Groups are for those who wish to explore a common interest such as hiking, films, play reading or dining. If there is not already a Christian Fellowship Group at AHCC that speaks to you and your interests – create one! To find out how, please contact Rev. Mia Douglas, Director of Discipleship.

Join AHCC members and friends for trips to movies, museums, plays, and concerts.

Convener: Arlene LaPenta; Gatherings: Monthly

To find out about the calendar of events, or to offer a suggestion about where to go, email Arlene LaPenta or call 860-869-2173

Whether you are knowledgeable about knitting/crocheting or not, young or not, you are invited and encouraged to come and share in the experience of knitting or crocheting a Prayer Shawl that will be blessed and then given to church members, their families and friends, who may need a "hug" - a visible sign of God’s presence.

The Dine Around Group offers a monthly opportunity to dine at one of Hartford's great ethnic restaurants while developing relationships with members and friends of AHCC. It is an evening filled with fun, fellowship, great conversation and great food. This group offers us the opportunity to know one another in a more personal manner. Newcomers are always welcome.

There are two opportunities to gather with other women of the church for prayer, friendship, and laughter: 10:00am, first & third Tuesday of the month, AHCC; 7:00pm, first Thursday of the month, 136 Whiting Lane, West Hartford

The mission of Women's Spirituality and Fellowship is to provide the women of Asylum Hill Congregational Church opportunities for spiritual growth and support, and for building relationships with one another. All women of the church are welcome and encouraged to attend the meetings and activities.

Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble had the Loyal Order of Water Buffalo, Ralph Cramden and Ed Norton had the Raccoon Lodge, and the men of AHCC have the Men’s Fellowship. While we don’t have an initiation ritual (we just require you show up), a secret handshake, or a Grand Poobah, we do have men enjoying good food and good conversation.

Sew Good! This group is open to all who enjoy working with fabric and like to be creative in making quilts, comfort pillows and chemotherapy hats. The creations are donated to area hospitals, Habitat House families and special requests made by the church.