Our church service is from  9:30 AM to 10:30 AM each Sunday morning in the Sanctuary.


A nursery and preschool are provided during service.

Communion is offered on the first Sunday of the month.

A Service of Healing and Wholeness will take place in the sanctuary on the first Sunday of each month following Sunday Morning Worship.

The wheelchair ramp and elevator is through the door at the back of the church. Additional handicap parking is available by the side door for those that are more mobile.

We also offer audio amplification and a large print bulletin.


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.


Who We Are

Our congregation is made up of a diverse and caring group of individuals who are united in Christian fellowship with our desire to serve God and our neighbors both near and far.

Our church, located in Central Massachusetts has a long history dating back to 1737. We look fondly back at our past as we move forward toward the future and continue our growth as a faith.

Our traditional New England Church with its tall steeple and war memorial in front is situated prominently on Main Street. In addition to the Sanctuary, it has two large meeting halls and additional ten classrooms. The parsonage is located on nearby Lovell Street


 Our History

“Lighting The Way From Our Past” is the name of our church history book completed for our 250th anniversary in 1992.

Starting from 1742 with our first minister, Reverend Elisha Marsh, our church has lived an active life in the community. One of the interesting things that happened in the past was in 1940 the third of our meeting houses burned to the ground. In an effort to raise money, the entire congregation got together and started the first Yankee Street Fair. With help from the town, they closed off surrounding streets and set up booths with foods, crafts, books, entertainment, and baked bean supper. Yankee Street Fair is still running strong today with many fun things for people of all ages.

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