Adult Fellowship encompasses several vital and spirited ministries at Asylum Hill Congregational Church and seeks to provide opportunities for learning and spiritual growth through classes, forums, seminars, guest speakers and small groups. Through Adult Christian Fellowship we build relationships that make us stronger in our faith. We worship together, eat and play together, learn and retreat together, celebrate and grieve together, and sometimes just spend time together in Christian friendship.
The Dine Around Group offers a monthly opportunity to dine at one of Hartford's great ethnic restaurants while developing relationships with members and friends of AHCC. It is an evening filled with fun, fellowship, great conversation and great food. This group offers us the opportunity to know one another in a more personal manner. Newcomers are always welcome.
The mission of Women's Spirituality and Fellowship is to provide the women of Asylum Hill Congregational Church opportunities for spiritual growth and support, and for building relationships with one another. All women of the church are welcome and encouraged to attend the meetings and activities.
Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble had the Loyal Order of Water Buffalo, Ralph Cramden and Ed Norton had the Raccoon Lodge, and the men of AHCC have the Men’s Fellowship. While we don’t have an initiation ritual (we just require you show up), a secret handshake, or a Grand Poobah, we do have men enjoying good food and good conversation.
Three to six times a year, members and friends of AHCC are invited to join the church in motion. The "motion" is provided by a charter bus or car or foot, and the "church" is evident in the gathering of the many seeking to care about one another. Past trips have included traveling to New York for sightseeing, holiday perusing, museum exploring and even New Year’s Eve Worship opportunity.