This Christian congregation welcomes everyone looking to grow in grace, care for others and pass faith onto one's…More children.
The church is proud of its involvement in a wide range of local and worldwide organizations. Members serve as volunteers with Pivot Ministries, Meals-on-Wheels, Habitat for Humanity and six Midnight Run missions per year, which benefit the homeless of New York City. United Methodist Church of New Canaan also hosts the United Methodist Preschool, which welcomes all children ages 3 - 5 years.
The church's doors are open to the community at large for groups including Alcoholics Anonymous, Music Together, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and various dance classes.
New Canaan Veterinary Hospital 7 Vitti St, New Canaan, CT06840 Not just a doctor's office, the New Canaan Veterinary Hospital also bills itself as a pet resort. The facility features…More a welcoming reception area and a sky-lit boarding area. While at the facility, pets are walked twice daily by the friendly and accommodating staff, and receive thorough grooming services.
Located on Cherry Street, Tony's Hair Salon specializes in haircuts, color and corrective treatments, highlights,…More perms and updos. Housed in an older brick building, the interior of the salon is modern and clean. Framed pictures of the staff decorate the salon and add a personal touch to the business. The friendly staff welcomes walk-ins.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 682 South Ave, New Canaan, CT06840 This is the meetinghouse for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly known as Mormons) in…More the New Canaan area. The history of Mormons in Connecticut dates back to 1832, when the first missionaries arrived. Today there are about 15,000 Mormons in the state.
Sabbath services and other church activities are open to the general public, and all visitors are warmly welcomed. The New Canaan Family History Center, located in the church, houses many Connecticut vital, land, church, and probate records, and non-Mormons interested in genealogy are welcome to visit. The Center is run by volunteer Donald Greer and is open Tuesday evenings. LDS Family Services is a state-certified adoption agency that serves Mormons who wish to adopt a child and gives free counseling (by appointment only) for birth mothers, regardless of their religious faith.