Sunday Mornings at 10 am
• Large print bulletins and newsletters are available.
• Recordings of services are available.
• Church School classes from preschool through grade 12 are conducted through the school year during worship, following the children's message
• Coffee hour after each worship.
• Monthly men's breakfast
As and Open and Affirming congregation, we affirm that everyone is a child of God, created in God's image; therefore we welcome all persons of every age, race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, marital status, physical and mental ability, economic status, and family structure into the life, membership, leadership and ministry of our church.
By God's Grace, West Parish Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, is committed to nurturing and celebrating God's love in our lives, in the Church family, in the community and in the world.
*Sept. 17 ~ 7 p.m. Search Committee
Week of 9/21 ~ Search Committee meets, Trustees meet, Loving Stitches resumes
PUBLIC TURKEY DINNER & ALL THE FIXXIN'S!!! OCT. 4 ~ 5 P.M. ~ BENEFIT SMILE FUND MARK YOUR CALENDARS ~ SEE YOU THERE!!!!
CROP WALK SEPTEMBER 21 !!!!!
Walkers looking for sponsors ~ Don't miss the opportunity to support or walk, getting your own sponsors ~ Enjoy the lunch before and camaraderie during & after!
CROP ~ Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty
Check out Jane's incredible photos of WPCC LIFE:
We are a church dedicated to extending Jesus' welcome to every person. Our mood is hopeful, our spirit is uplifting. As we gather to sing hymns from our rich heritage, to pray for healing of people and the earth, and to hear an inspiring message from our pastor, we are thankful for our legacy and for Christ's call to lovingly serve God and neighbor. In response to that call, we cheerfully support both global and local outreach to people in need.
West Parish Congregational Church was organized in 1796, and is the oldest continuing institution in the Town of Bethel, after the town itself. The current historic meetinghouse building on Church Street was originally built in 1847.
Interim Reverend Richard L. Bennett