CAMDEN — The First Congregational Church of Camden will welcome the Reverend Peter Panagore as guest preacher on Sunday, September 15, at 9:30 a.m.
Panagore will present a sermon entitled “Your Spiritually Transformative Experience.” All are welcome to attend this service, which will be held in the church sanctuary at 55 Elm Street. A time for coffee and fellowship will follow in the Pilgrim Room.
Reverend Peter Baldwin Panagore earned a Master of Divinity from Yale University, with a specialty in mysticism, and a BA in English from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Panagore recently completed fifteen years on broadcast television across Maine as story writer, executive producer, and on-air talent of Daily Devotions, the brand name of the nonprofit, First Radio Parish Church of America, bringing hope, love, and inspiration in two minutes each morning before the weather. He has published several books and short stories, including Two Minutes for God: Quick Fixes for the Spirit and Heaven Is Beautiful: How Dying Taught Me That Death is Just The Beginning.
Previously, Panagore has served as the minister of several churches, including two in Maine: the Congregational Church of Boothbay Harbor and the Deer Isle Sunset Congregational Church. Peter enjoys traveling to speak and preach from stages, pulpits, and floor podiums. Learn more about Panagore at peterpanagore.love.
Founded in 1805, The First Congregational Church of Camden is an Open and Affirming Congregation of the United Church of Christ. Worship service is held every Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m., and all are welcome.
During the school year, Sunday school for pre-K through ninth grade students begins at 8:45 a.m., and nursery care is provided during worship.
The congregation is active with a number of outreach programs, including Heavenly Threads Thrift Shop, the Shields Mission, Soup’s On!, and the Friends of Music concert series, among others.
For more information about the life of First Congregational Church, visit www.camdenucc.org , follow them on Facebook, call 207-236-4821, or stop by any Sunday morning.