Music Programs

Robin Lyon is the Organist/Choir Director. Robin graduated from Longwood College in Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in music, majoring in organ. She has been a choir director and organist since 1979, serving in several eastern Connecticut churches.  Robin was introduced to handbells in 2008 and rang with Bells of Fire under the direction of Jane Nolan.   She has taught private piano lessons to students of all ages and is currently a substitute teacher at Norwich Free Academy. 


Our music programs include:

KIDZ Praise
This Children's Choir rehearses on Sunday mornings under the direction of Lee Ann Fessenden and Katie Gates. Children are welcome to participate. The choir sings numerous times throughout the year.


meets on Thursday evenings from 7:00-8:00. They sing during the at the 9:00 service on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month, and at the 10:30 service the other Sundays of the month. New voices are always welcome!


meets on Tuesday evenings from at 6:15. This group plays at various services throughout the year. We ring using two octaves of Schulmerich Handbells. We encourage anyone who enjoys ringing, or would like to learn and can read basic rhythms, to let Robin Lyon know. Beginners’ workshops will be held when there is interest.



Attention Members & Friends!

Supper Committee Budget Fundraiser


Butter Braids Pastry


Important Dates

11/22 - Ordering begins 12/06 - Ordering will end

12/19 - Order pickup

(See 11/23/20 Little Pilgrim newsletter for details)


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Contact Us

Preston City Congregational Church


321 Route 164

Preston, CT 06365


Office: (860) 886-7200 

Phone: (860) 887-4647

Fax: (860) 887-4647




"Where Friends Become


Sunday Worship: 9 & 10:30 A


We are handicap accessible.

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Website contact:

Northeast Fellowship


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