About This Place
Black Rock Congregational Church was established in 1849 in Bridgeport and moved to its current home at 3685 Black Rock Turnpike in Fairfield in 1967.
About 2,000 people worship at Black Rock Congregational Church every week, and the church won approval in November 2009 from the town's Inland Wetlands Commission to demolish its existing 33,000-square-foot church and build an 84,515-square-foot church in its place. The project, estimated to cost about $25 million, still requires approval from the Town Plan and Zoning Commission.
In 2007, a satellite campus in Stamford was established at the site of the former Long Ridge Congregational Church.
Ministries in Black Rock Congregational Church include children's ministries, student ministries, adult ministries, outreach, worship, missions, congregational care and spiritual development.
Senior Pastor Steve Treash, formerly an associate pastor at the church, accepted the position of senior pastor in 1997.
Black Rock Congregational Church says its mission is to know Jesus Christ and make Him known by making mature disciples who are equipped to glorify God through membership in His family, ministry in the church and mission to its community and beyond.
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