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The purpose of this church shall be to worship God, preach the gospel of Jesus Christ, and to celebrate the sacraments; to realize Christian fellowship and unity within this church and the Church universal; to render loving service towards this community and to the world; and to strive for righteousness, justice and peace.

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History of the Massachusetts Conference

The churches of the Massachusetts Conference represent the oldest and largest Protestant denomination in the Bay State. Most of our churches are of the Congregational tradition, and direct descendants of the churches founded by the Pilgrims of Plymouth and the Puritans of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Forty of our churches were organized before 1699, and […]

Syrian Refugee Crisis Surrounds the Middle East

The news has been filled this first week of September with chaotic scenes. 3-year old Alyan Kurdi, along with his brother Galip, their mother, and nine other Syrian refugees drowned during an attempt to pass the Aegean Sea in hopes of finding safety (over 2500 others have been lost in recent months attempting similar escape). […]

Pastor Ray

From the Pastor’s Pen:

Will Willimon tells the story of a high school commencement speaker he once heard. This person was giving a rather conventional address. “It is important for you, as you go forth,” he said, “to have a great dream. Dream big things, great things.” Willimon describes his response to the speaker’s message: “The speaker didn’t quote […]

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Worship Connections

These hour long gatherings, that meet on Wednesdays at 10:00 AM, provide a time to discuss the bible readings for the upcoming Sunday.

RSS UCC Daily Devotional

  • Keep Asking Questions October 9, 2015
    Will Hagenbuch Do we give God enough credit when it comes to asking questions? Too often we bail on God too soon.
  • Rest. October 8, 2015
    Vince Amlin The right time for sabbath is not when our work is finished, but when it has piled up until we cannot see over it into a hopeful future.
  • Caught October 7, 2015
    Matt Laney Jesus won't wait for you to be perfect before calling you to follow him. Not even Jesus has that much time.
  • Keep the Paradox October 6, 2015
    Martin B. Copenhaver In Jesus the distant and majestic creator of the heavens and the earth becomes Emmanuel, that is, "God with us."
  • Power Position October 5, 2015
    Molly Baskette The benefit of confession is that, by admitting our weaknesses, to our God and to ourselves, we come into our strength.
  • Unconditional Compassion October 4, 2015
    John A. Nelson Lest there be any doubt: despite this teaching from Jesus, I know that divorce is often necessary, usually hard, and the people involved need our compassion, not our judgment.
  • You Are So Special, You Know October 3, 2015
    Jennifer Garrison Brownell My Grammy wrote thousands, maybe tens of thousands, of letters in her life. This is the only one I have, and I didn't even know I had it until I started going through an old box last week.
  • Transplant October 2, 2015
    Quinn G. Caldwell I was sitting in a hospital room, talking with a member of my church about the new (well, new to her, anyway) kidney that was just then firing up inside her.  We were talking gratitude and miracles.
  • No Longer . . . October 1, 2015
    Emily C. Heath Ladies and gentlemen, there is no longer male nor female in Jesus Christ.  Please keep this in mind today in worship.
  • Changed—for Good September 30, 2015
    Talitha Arnold When we are hurt—either by another's actions, our own choices, or some combination of the two; what do we do?