First Congregational Church of New London, United Church of Chri 66 Union St, New London, CT06320 The membership of the First Congregational Church of New London, United Church of Christ dates back to 1642, when the…More congregation first settled in Gloucester, Massachusetts. It later moved to this city, with two members and one pastor serving as Governor of Connecticut. The church is active in food distribution and homelessness programs.
St. James Episcopal Church 76 Federal St, New London, CT06320 The present building of the St. James Episcopal Church, which marks the resting place of first American bishop Samuel…More Seabury, also has one of the largest collection of Tiffany stained glass windows in a New England structure. The church was dedicated 125 years after the organization of the congregation in 1725. Members now support a number of musical performances and programs to combat homelessness.
Flock, a professional not-for-profit theatre company, was founded in 1989. They concentrate on classics,…More from Shakespeare and the Greeks to more modern playwrights like O'Neill and Wilde. Shows are held year round in various locations in New London such as the Custom House Pier, the Shaw-Perkins Mansion, and the First Congregational Church. The company also travels to perform wherever they are invited, for various ages and audiences, throughout New England and beyond. They are well-known for their puppetry. Flock is involved in arts education on several levels, working with schools and community programs, as well as running their own Conservatory and hosting artists-in-residence.
Hours, restrictions and parking information vary depending on the show and location. See Flock's website (www.flocktheatre.org) for details.