Link to Brookside Church, Thrift Store, via new dynamic website

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Brookside Church launches new interactive website.
Brookside Church launches new interactive website.

MANCHESTER, NH – Brookside Congregational Church has launched an all-new, redesigned website as a way of promoting the church’s unique and welcoming ministry of community.

The new site offers an improved user experience with emphasis on upcoming events, news about the church’s ministry groups, along with community volunteerism updates and opportunities. Online visitors can easily find audio archives of weekly sermons and view visually rich content including most recent photos, and video from church events. There is also a more prominently displayed web-link to Brookside Congregational Church’s Thrift Shop, for news and updates while it is undergoing an expansion.

Not only does this new website provide Biblical perspective to help members of the local faith community stay connected to the church and one another, a special “Giving” page makes it easy and convenient for anyone in the community who wants to submit an online donation. Whether it is through planned giving or through a one-time donation, there are dedicated pages for visitors to learn more and choose the option that best aligns their giving practices with Brookside’s mission.

“There are many reasons to give, whether it is prompted through special Sundays in which the congregation pulls together and focuses financial resources toward key issues that are important to our church. Or, the focus is shifted towards helping relevant causes such as funding local holiday meals and food baskets for those in need or sponsoring a child overseas,” said church Pastor Dawn C. Berry. “We are thankful to have safe, secure and easy giving opportunities made available through our new website. Now, it’s easier for anyone who wants to participate and join our efforts to make a difference in the Greater Manchester community.”

Brookside Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, is located in Manchester’s North End neighborhood, at 2013 Elm Street, near downtown. Its motto is “Room to grow, room to serve, room for you.” For more information, please visit them at, or call (603) 669-2807.

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