Special Worship Services Honors Greenwich Police and First Responders Sunday, Sept. 26

Special Worship Service Honoring First Responders and the 125th Anniversary of the Greenwich Police Department with Chief of Police James Heavey and Neighbor to Neighbor Executive Director Margaret Tjimos Goldberg on Sunday, September 26

The entire community is invited to a special service to honor the 125th Anniversary of the Greenwich Police Department and First Responders with a Color Guard procession followed by a worship service at Christ Church Greenwich at 10:00 am, Sunday, September 26.

9:15 Gather for coffee and a continental breakfast in the Parish Hall 

9:45 Color Guard, flag bearers and First Responders procession begins from the Parish Hall, along the side of the church, and into the front entrance of the church.

10:00 service with celebrants Police Chief James Heavey and Neighbor to Neighbor Executive Director, Margaret Tjimos Goldberg

11:15 Special Forum and coffee with Guest Speaker Captain James Heavey

Noon: Sculpture Installation dedicated to First Responders

Christ Church honors the 125th Anniversary of the Greenwich Police Dept. and all First Responders who continue to help get Greenwich through the pandemic as it ebbs and flows. "Christ Church Greenwich and its members are so grateful to have an outstanding police force to ensure the welfare and safety of our community and for all of the first responders who exercise courage and compassion and make incredible sacrifices and put their lives at risk to care for the residents of the Town of Greenwich. We salute them, hold them in our prayers, give thanks for their vital work and their vocations and honor our police force as it celebrates its 125th anniversary."

Following Chief of Police Heavey’s talk, we will be formally blessing a sculpture installation dedicated to First Responders and Care Givers in the Dogwood Bookstore Memorial Garden, hosted by Arts and the Spirit. Artist Heather Sandifer has created a wooden cross with a nest full of stone eggs inspired by nature’s cycle of life and Christ’s sacrifice for our eternal life.  

COVID protocols at the time of this service will be followed. 


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