Join us for participatory ZOOM WORSHIP @ 10:30am every Sunday!
  • ZOOM LINK and password required
  • Call in by touch-tone phone: 929.436.2866, Meeting ID 142985761 (password required)
  • Contact us via email by Friday via for password and link. We’ll do our best to connect you before the service begins.
  • If your first attempts at zoom don’t work, please check whether you need a newer 5.0+ version, and download/upgrade as needed, and reboot your device!
The recorded video will be posted to Facebook and the website. Sunday’s service will include LIVE STREAMING that takes place from Zoom to Facebook, and we’ll re-direct that Live-streaming video here, too! LIVE STREAMING @ FACEBOOK: FULL SUNDAY SCHEDULE
  • Send all prayer requests via email by 8am. Contact:
  • VIRTUAL INTERFAITH GATHERING (zoom) 8am •  PAVILION behind Whitney Community Center and  Zoom
    • ZOOM LINK and password required
    • Call in by touch-tone phone: 929.436.2866, Meeting ID 142985761
    • Join us for worship with special music, prayer, scripture and reflection. Stay for virtual coffee. Service will also be live-streamed to website and Facebook, and afterward, recordings of service will be posted to Facebook, youtube, vimeo. Contact:
  • If using a computer with a camera and microphone, download the Zoom app (free). Allow time BEFORE worship to download the software if you want to participate via computer. Sign up and download free Zoom software: 
  • Contact us via email ** by 7:30am on Sunday morning ** for password and link. We’ll do our best to connect you before the service begins.
  • If your recent attempts at zoom don’t work, please check whether you need a newer 5.0+ version, and download/upgrade as needed, and reboot your device!
  • On your smartphone or tablet with a camera, you go to the Android or iPhone app store and search and download Zoom Cloud Meetings and sign up.
  • If using your phone without the Zoom app, simply dial the phone numbers provided below. You’ll have sound (audio-only).

This week @ JCC and around town: Aug 4-9

Preview: Hikes, library pickups, yoga, canoeing, nature workshops, film festival, virtual choir, worship in-person and by zoom.

TUE, Aug 4

    12:30pm • Zoom
    Local clergy gathering for meal and discussion. Rev Gail attends.
    3pm • Conference call
    Rev Gail & racial justice facilitator Janis Pryor hold planning conversation re plans for September screening and discussion of Traces of the Trade documentary.

WED, Aug 5

  • Community Event: STORY by Believe in Books
    9:30am • Believe in Books Livestream
    Noon • Jackson Community Church
  • Community Event: PEAKED MOUNTAIN HIKE for YOUTH (10-13 yo)
    10am-2pm • Register
    Drop your young person off and pick them up at the trailhead for a moderately strenuous adventure up Peaked Mountain with us. Lunch will be on the trail; youth must wear appropriate footwear, and have water and a lunch in a comfortable backpack. Social distancing will be enforced. Masks will not be required while actively hiking, but will when appropriate during breaks.  $20/members, $25 nonmembers. Scholarships available. Space is limited and registration is required. Call 603-447-6991 to reserve a space. Suggested donation of $5/person; members are free.
  • Community Event: ENVIRONMENTAL BOOK GROUP – The Human Age, the World Shaped By Us
    3pm • Zoom
    Author Diane Ackerman explores human capacity both for destruction and for invention as we shape the future of the planet Earth. The book provides a dazzling, inspiring tour through the ways that humans are working with nature to try to save the planet. Winner of the National Outdoor Book Award and the PEN New England Henry David Thoreau Prize. You don’t need to have finished to book (or even started it) to join the conversation!
    Zoom link: Meeting ID: 913 0923 7930 Tin Mountain’s Environmental Book Group is sponsored in part by the Stephen & Tabitha King Foundation
  • Community Service: WAY STATION BOARD of DIRECTORS
    9:45am • Zoom
    Board meeting to discuss policies and programs. Rev Gail and JCC volunteers attend as officers of board.

THURS, Aug 6

  • Community Event: YIN/RESTORATIVE YOGA with Anjali Rose
    **8am** • Zoom (Link provided once participants complete health waiver is sent to and registration/payment for class received.) See Anjali’s website for full list of classes offered and instructions to register. 
  • Community Event: STORY by Believe in Books
    9:30am • Believe in Books Livestream
  • Community Event: NATURALIST LED HIKES  (Tin Mountain Conservation Center – Jackson Field Station)
    10am • Jackson Field Station, Jackson, NH
    Registration required: call 603-447-6991. Highlights include the summit of Tin Mountain, a tin mine on the property, and historic homestead, and a mountain pond. Tin Mountain’s naturalist will explain the historic use of the property, help identify plant species, and point out animal signs. These hikes are a great way to explore the lesser trod trails of the White Mountains and avoid the crowds. Participants of all ages a welcome. Reservations required – please call by the Wednesday prior at noon. Limited to 10 participants. Program fee of $5/person or $20/family; members free.
    Noon • Jackson Community Church
  • Community Service: WAY STATION SHIFT
    12:15pm • Food pickup at Vaughan for guests
    3pm • Curbside package preparation
    5pm • Shift at curbside with guests
  • Community Event: CRAFTUP (Jackson Library)
    4pm • Zoom: 
    All crafts and all skill levels are welcome.
  • Community Event: SHORE BIRDS
    7pm • Zoom
    Shorebirds begin migrating south in late June, with a peak occurring in New England around the third week of August. We’ll discuss migration routes, key habitats and field marks for easier identification of common species. While we won’t be leading a field program to the coast this year, we will share the hot spots so you can check them out on your own if you’d like! Led by Will Broussard. Zoom Meeting: Meeting ID: 963 9255 6381

FRI, Aug 7

    8am • Foss Mountain, Foss Mountain Rd, Eaton
    If weather permits. Participants and families travel separately. Bring your own water, snack, ‘bug stuff’ and appropriate hiking gear. Meet at Foss Mtn parking lot for gentle hike to top of Foss Mountain. Note: Bring small container or bag, in case blueberries remain in season at the top (picking only permitted at top, not in lower fields).
  • Community Event: STORY by Believe in Books
    9:30am • Believe in Books Livestream
    Noon • Jackson Community Church
  • Community Event: TREE ID & FORESTS WORKSHOP
    10am • Register for in-person workshop
    Join Tin Mountain’s consulting forester, Dan Stepanauskas, for an exploration in dendrology. He will share tips for IDing trees as well as cover general forest ecology and dynamics. Dress for the outdoors and uneven terrain. Bring a snack and water. Space is limited. Reservations required; call 447-6991. Masks requested. 
    5pm • Zoom link:
    This week we discuss summer program: bring your ideas for what you’d like to study. This week we study the ministry of Jesus’ followers as narrated in Book of Acts. Option: Call in via touch-tone phone: 929.436.2866 Meeting ID: 83028442916 (#)
  • Community Event: WHITE MOUNTAIN JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL: The Mind and the Music of Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky by Dr. Richard Kogan
    • Please register in advance for this event. COntact church by email and we will forward you the contact info for event organizer to receive confirmation and link for discussion.
    • Submit questions to email above by 5pm, Thurs, Aug 6.
    • Watch Kogan’s performance/presentation at the YouTube link in advance of our discussion:
    • 4:45pm enter Zoom / 5pm – Discussion begins.
      Live zoom-based conversation with Dr. Richard Kogan about The Mind and the Music of Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Joining the discussion is pianist and composer Elizabeth Borowsky. To receive link, contact JCC for organizer’s email so you can register and receive zoom link.

SAT, Aug 8

  • Community Event: FAMILY CANOE TRIP
    9:30am • Meet at the Tin Mountain Conservation Center, Bald Hill Road, Albany . Shuttle 25 minutes east to put-in site. 
    Join Tin Mountain for a canoe adventure on Kezar Pond and Stream in Fryeburg, Maine. We’ll stop at a secluded sand beach for lunch. During the day, we’ll search for wildlife such as Bald Eagles, Loons, and Heron and may see the brilliant red Cardinal Flower in bloom streamside. Staff will teach and offer paddling tips & techniques for those new to the sport. For all abilities and ages. Please bring sunscreen, a hearty lunch, water (preferably in a reusable bottle), snacks, binoculars and life jacket (especially for the children). Tin Mountain has a few small sized life jackets and if you have your own, please be sure to bring them.  Please be sure to have 2 able-bodied paddlers in your canoe. Space is limited. Registration required. Cost: $10 per person / $25 per family.
  • Community Event: LIBRARY PICKUP HOURS
    2-6pm • Jackson Public Library
    Order one workday in advance. Please email with the title, author, and what formats you will accept (eBook, downloadable audio, Kindle, paperback or hardcover, anything else). NEW: Do-It-Yourself Take-Home Craft kits: spring flowers or donated LEGO sets. Free during pickup hours. One kit/child. Contact: or
    Noon • Jackson Community Church

SUN, Aug 9

    8am •  Pavilion (behind Whitney Community Center) & Zoom link required. Contact church by Fri, Aug 7 for link.
    Small group gathering outside at pavilion. Use social-distancing protocols: bring your own mask. Join us for poetry, prayer and reflection.
    9am • Zoom link required. Contact church by Fri, Aug 7 for link.
    9:15am • Social-distancing & Masks REQUIRED
    We will use only designated open pews only (2 out of 3 pews are roped off). Families (and quaran-team groups who have already been in close proximity) may sit together. We will avoid passing of peace, handshaking, hugs, etc. We also ask that you use hand sanitizer as you enter and wear your own mask throughout service. Worship will be streamlined with scripture, prayer and live music by Alan Labrie (if he’s able to arrive while worship is in session): no congregational singing. When worship ends, participants are asked to leave the church with social distance between each group;  we will immediately be preparing for the next zoom-based 10:30am worship service. If you have any signs of illness such as fever, cough, congestion, stomach upset, you are courteously asked to remain home and take care of yourself.
    10:30am •  Zoom link required. Contact church by Fri, Aug 7 for link.
    Join us for worship, music, reflection, prayer, scripture. Stay for virtual coffee hour. Service will also be live-streamed to website and Facebook (if technology supports this function on the day of event). Afterward, recordings of worship service will be posted to channel & channel. Option: Call on touch-tone phone: 929.436.2866, Meeting ID: 142985761, Password: 603603.
    Noon • Jackson Community Church

MON, Aug 10

    1pm • Pavilion (behind Whitney Community Center)
    Gather to work on letterboxing project. Bring the written directions for location for your kits (that Rev Gail is still holding). Bring water and masks; dress for hiking or doing messy projects. Be prepared to carve rubber stamps together. LIT program for 6th-grade and older students.
    4pm – Vocals & 4:30pm – Instruments • zoom link (will be sent in separate email to participants only)
    Young people in our church and community work with vocal & band director Billy Carleton to prepare a song for use in worship.

BEWARE: Third Email Scam in a Month

Apparently the mischief continues. Subject line this time says PEACE BE WITH YOU. This is an email SCAM using Rev Gail’s name to request favors, possibly gift card purchases. DON’T REPLY / DON’T DO IT. They are coming from gmail addresses that have been created specifically to look real ( or are the latest ones), but they aren’t from Rev Gail!

We have been advised that a SCAM email message is circulating again. It contains message such as, “I need a favor, can you contact me” and then “Blessings” and may proceed (if you reply) to a request for gift cards. This is fraud!

We have already contacted the federal authorities, local authorities, internet email providers, and other agencies about the issue. Mostly, we have to be cautious as individuals about verifying the validity of requests to spend money, send funds, etc.

These scammers have acquired a partial contact list. Do not act on any message that asks for a favor. Please contact the church directly, or call/text Rev Gail, and check in, if you have a question about whether any email is legitimate. If you check the “reply” email (but please don’t answer the email and write back to the scammers), you’ll see that it doesn’t come from Rev Gail’s valid email addresses, but is actually coming from fake email address that criminals have set up and attached to Rev Gail’s name.

Churches and ministers nationwide have reported this problem. It’s the second time in one month that scammers have attempted it with Rev Gail’s name and the church’s contacts. Please be cautious and contact Rev Gail by phone or through church email ( to check if you’re worried about contacts. — Rev Gail

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