Greenfield Congregational Covenant Church Breaks Ground



Church adding worship space

The Greenfield  Covenant Church has officially begun building their Worship Space  Addition at their Ministry Center at 12 Depot Drive in Greenfield. This  will become their new church home after years of worshipping at Crotched  Mountain School’s Carter Memorial Hall.

Reverend Daniel F. Osgood, who has been the minister of GCC for over 33  years, is excited about this new building for many reasons. “The  Greenfield Church was established in 1791 when the town of Greenfield  was incorporated. The church has been constantly evolving to meet the  needs of the community ever since.” Osgood said that “we are fortunate  to be able to build this new space debt free, allowing us to continue to  invest in our ministries to the community in very meaningful ways.”  Reverend Osgood added that “we are so grateful to have had the support  of Crotched Mountain School during our time of transition. We recognize  that without this help, it would have been difficult to arrive where we  are now. We will always be thankful for their assistance over so many  years, and we plan to continue our ministry with them as we move ahead.”

The church has contracted with W. Rindge Builders, a long time local contractor involved in many projects over the years in Greenfield. Bill Harper, the owner, is overseeing the project, and says that he anticipates the space will be completed in the spring of 2020.

The community is invited to a Ground-breaking Ceremony and Blessing for  the New Worship Space Addition at the GCC Ministry Center held on  Sunday, November 10th at 2:00 pm on 12 Depot Drive in Greenfield. Open  to the public, plenty of parking. Refreshments will be served following  the ceremony.

For more information, call 547-3626 or pastor@greenfieldchurch. org.