The Full Circle Blog

  • Big Rock Garden Park is off the beaten path, but once you find it, you will discover a sense of quiet solitude that surrounds you within its 2.5 acres. It is a great place to get away from it all and meditate.

  • Sitting near or under trees is a great place to meditate and appreciate their natural and unique beauty. WWU has a Tree Tour to help you identify and learn more about their unique collection.

  • Family Camp and Camp Together, our two intergenerational camps based at N-Sid-Sen, are coming together to present the first  (and hopefully last!) virtual “Camp Not Camp” -  a week of fun, music, inspiration, stories, and connection for people of all ages.

  • One of the litanies I hear from many of you is the frustration you feel when you see folk not wearing masks in crowded space. It seems like such a simple thing to do for the wellbeing of our community, so it boils within us when we wonder if people can ever actually care for one another as Jesus taught.

  • Remember that all of our events are being held virtually. Believe it or not, this isn’t everything! For more information about these and other groups and activities, contact

  • As a result of the Connecting Survey done by the Membership Board of First Congregational Church Bellingham,  we became more  aware of amazing gifts people are willing to share with others during e times of COVID. Thank you to all who gave suggestions and offered services.

  • As all areas of life in this time of COVID-19, being church and being in community have changed. Here are our recurring events and some small groups you can participate in with us.