Our Services

Service #1

  • Online Sunday Service is available at 9:30 AM Sundays via Zoom.

Click here to access the service: Sunday Service Via Zoom

For an overview of activities scheduled at the Church go to the CHURCH CALENDAR

Service #2

  • Dear friends,
  • First Congregational UCC Hartland plans to worship via Zoom until Governor Evers gives the approval to gather in groups again.
  • You have received information about the One Great Hour of Sharing special offering through the United Church of Christ (https://www.ucc.org/oghs),  which we had planned to receive tomorrow, March 22.  If you wish to  donate, please note "OGHS" in the memo and mail it to the church at the  following address:
  • P.O. Box 568
  • Hartland WI  53029-0568
  • Your regular tithes and offerings may also be sent to the church at this address.  

Learning in Retirement Courses

All Classes Normally Held Here are Now Online

The Birth of the Modern Mind: An Intellectual History of the 17th and 18th Centuries:

Lecture 1 by Simon J. Schaffer  is a professor of the history  and philosophy of science  at the Department of History and Philosophy  of Science  at the University of Cambridge:   Abrahamic Faith Webpage: Isaac Newton, His life and Work - by Simon Schaffer Feb 16, 2016 

An Interview about Isaac Newton at he New York Botanical Garden:  Neil deGrasse Tyson Brings Newton to New York Botanical Garden

TED Talk - Sir Isaac Newton 

Explanation of Isaac Newton’s Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica  From Wikipedia

 ISAAC NEWTON The GREATEST SCIENTIFIC GENIUS Full Documentary - The Best Documentary Ever, Dec 6,           2017

All Classes Normally Held Here are Now Online

Introduction to Nanotechnology:

Play the “Trailer” for The Great Courses course: Introduction to Nanotechnology: The New Science of Small

Play: The Great Courses Professor Separates Coronavirus Fact from Fiction

TED Connects | March 2020 (This virtual conversation is part of the TED Connects series, hosted by head of TED Chris Anderson and current affairs curator Whitney Pennington Rodgers.) with Bill Gates Philanthropis

TED2015 | March 2015 —In 2014, the world avoided a global outbreak of Ebola, thanks to thousands of selfless health workers -- plus, frankly, some very good luck.

TEDxSMU | March 2020  TED Fellow Alanna Shaikh traces the spread of COVID-19, discusses why travel restrictions aren't effective and highlights the medical changes needed worldwide to prepare for the next pandemic.“ 

Columbia University’s Virology Lectures 2020 #1: What is a Virus•Jan 25, 2020

The Science Behind the Coronavirus, the complete series •Mar 18, 2020 Los Angeles Times

The Great Courses Trailer for Introduction to Nanotechnology

Information from the CDC:

Video:CDC guidelines for Coronavirus (COVID-19) Publication

All Classes Normally Held Here are Now Online

America and the World:  A Diplomatic History

In the aftermath of World War One, a flu pandemic swept the world, killing at least 50 million people. What lessons can it teach us about Covid-19?

Ten Minute History - World War One and International Relations (Short Documentary)

The Beginnings Of World War 1 Explained | First World War EP1 | Timeline

The First World War, Year by Year Epic History: 

World War One - 1914

World War One - 1915 

World War One - 1916

World War One - 1917 

World War One - 1918 

How Warships Changed The Tide of Battle | First World War EP7 | Timeline

How The Allies Broke The Deadlock In Trench Warfare | First World War EP6 | Timeline

Spanish Flu: a warning from history  


The World Health Organization and the CODIV-19 

An aljazeera interview with Michael Ryan, Executive Director,World Health Organization Emergencies Program