All Saints Church |
Link: All Saints Episcopal Church
|All Saints’ is a family-friendly, diverse congregation situated just south of the Green at 282 Bound Line Road in Wolcott, Connecticut. For over a half-century we have proclaimed the Good News of God’s love and mercy for all to Wolcott and the wider community. Holy Communion and a lively children’s Sunday School meet on Sundays at 9:30 am and children join their parents for the Eucharist. Adult Bible studies are offered on a regular basis. We invite you to come to a service, join the choir, help with an outreach activity, meet the risen Chris
Exchange Club of Wolcott |
Link: The Exchange Club of Wolcott Website
|For the past 100 years, the volunteer efforts of Exchange Club members have supported the needs of the country and of local communities. With 700 clubs and over 21,000 members throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, Exchange is the country’s oldest service organization operating exclusively in the United States.
The Exchange Club of Wolcott, CT obtained its charter in 1946, and sponsors activities designed to benefit, award, and develop our town’s youth, promote crime prevention, serve senior citizens, and recognize military and public safety service providers. Exchange also promotes Americanism programs, and its national project is the prevention of child abuse.
Farmingbury Woman’s Club of Wolcott, GFWC |
Link: Farmingbury Woman's Club
|Farmingbury Woman’s Club of Wolcott, a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs International, provides the Annual Bowling Banquet for the Handicapped Bowling League, scholarships, assists with the Fire Marshal Fire Prevention Poster Contest, and maintains flower barrels on Woodtick Road. Farmingbury Woman’s Club celebrates October as Breast Cancer Awareness with a lighted pink tree in the gazebo on the Town Green and hand-made “comfort pillows” for cancer patients in area hospitals.
Farmingbury Woman’s Club donates generously including several items on the Town Green (gazebo, lamp post, and park bench) and the installation of traffic light safety switches on fire engines.
Friends of the Wolcott Public Library |
Link: Wolcott Public Library
|The Friends help to expand the Wolcott Library’s offerings. The museum pass program allows citizens with a library card to visit a broad range of attractions. The Friends also provide materials for the Books for Babies program.
In addition to books, CDs, and computer supplies, we have made major purchases for the children’s room, storage, and display cabinets, furniture, the murals on the walls of the meeting rooms and the large media return box.
Funding depends upon three book sales a year as well as membership dues and donations. Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of most months at 12:30PM. For more info, call the library at 203-879-8110.
Girl Scouts |
Link: Girls Scout of Connecticut
|Girl Scouts of Connecticut is a recognized girl empowerment organization whose mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Through Girl Scouting, girls, in grades K-12, discover themselves, connect with others, and take action to make the world a better place. Girls join through a variety of pathways including camps, events, program series, travel, and/or troops. For information on how to join us, call 1-800-922-2770 or log onto www.gsofct.org.
Hitchcock Lake Improvement Association |
Wolcott, CT 06716
Link: Hitchcock Lake Improvement Association
|The Hitchcock Lake Improvement Association Inc. is a membership organization of property owners around Hitchcock Lake. Hitchcock Lake is located on Southington Mountain in the southern part of Wolcott. The lake community is home to approximately 350 families. The HLIA is responsible for the management of the Lake which is owned by the Wolcott Land Conservation Trust. The HLIA maintains a Community Development Committee to oversee the social and community events of the association.
Junior Women’s Club of Wolcott |
Link: Junior Women's Club
|The Junior Women’s Club of Wolcott, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to volunteer community service promoting the Arts, Conservation, Current Affairs, Education, Health, and Homelife. Opportunities for friendships, personal growth, and leadership abound.
Meetings are held at 6:30 PM on the first Wednesday from September to June at Street Maria Goretti Church Hall, 1300 Woodtick Road. Females 18+ may apply for membership – P.O. Box 6116, Wolcott. Girls 11 to 18 may join our Juniorette Club.
Toys for Tots and Teens
Annual Tree Lighting
Miss Wolcott, Miss Wolcott Outstanding Teen, Little Miss & Mister Wolcott
Meet the Candidates
State Project 2012-2016: Female Soldiers Forgotten Heroes – FS:FH Home / PFC Nicolas A. Madaras Home in Bridgeport, CT
Veteran’s Day Ceremony
Knights of Columbus |
|The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic family fraternal service organization with 1.7 million members. It provides members and their families with volunteer opportunities in service to the Catholic Church, their communities, families, and young people.
Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to practicing Catholic men in union with the Holy See, who are at least 18 years old. Application blanks are available from any member of the Knights of Columbus, or by contacting Membership Chair Roland Dupre at 203-879-3051 or Grand Knight John Brade at or 203-879-3044.
St. Basil |
Link: St. Basil the Great Parish
|On 29 June 2017, Archbishop Leonard P. Blair established Saint Basil the Great Parish for Roman Catholics in Wolcott, succeeding the older parishes of Saint Pius X and Saint Maria Goretti. The two church buildings remain in use and the parish offers Faith Formation programs, social and community programs, and regular worship. A Liturgy of the Word for children is available during Sunday Mass. The Knights of Columbus Council is a vital part of the parish. Many parishioners serve as catechists, liturgical ministers, and in leadership roles. The parish's sacramental life and worship have strengthened the faith of Roman Catholics in Wolcott and surrounding towns since the late 1950s.
St. Maria Goretti Church |
Link: St. Maria Goretti Church
|St. Maria Goretti began as a mission of St. Pius X, established by Archbishop John F. Whealon on June 24, 1971, to serve the northeast section of Wolcott. First Masses were celebrated on July 31 and August 1 by newly appointed mission pastor Father Gerald C. Mullins. St. Maria Goretti was designated a full parish on September 8, 1973. In March 1974, about 10 acres on Woodtick Road were purchased from the New Britain Water Department as a church site. Ground was broken on May 6, 1975, in the presence of 100 parishioners. Archbishop Whealon dedicated the brick colonial-style church on November 9, 1975.