On June 9th we enter the season of Pentecost, which lasts until Advent. During this extended time, we receive the blessings of the Holy Spirit in the lives of Jesus’ followers and in the life of our particular church.
Each Sunday at worship in our church, we hear stories from the Hebrew Bible prophets, which speak about the God’s presence, and the Evangelists, who tell about Jesus’ encounters with his disciples. We read responsively from designated Psalms and sing hymns selected to enhance an understanding of the texts.
Throughout the summer, our members are busy with their respective ministries of worship, music and pastoral care (diaconate), mission and outreach (the Harwich Ecumenical Council for Housing Walk), justice and peace (Lights for Liberty), staffing our Corner Thrift Shop from (Wednesdays-Saturdays), which is housed in our Broadbrooks House (across from our church and Parish House), and upgrading our extensive property that abuts an historic cemetery, Memorial Garden and the Cape Cod Rail Trail.
We welcome your visit to worship, participation in our activities, and involvement in the life of this church.
Worship services are offered at 10:30 am throughout the year, and in addition at 8:30 am from Memorial Day to August 25th.
Supervised Nursery Care is available in the Parish House. Children and Youth are invited to stay for our worship services.
No matter who you are, or where you are on your life’s journey, you are welcome in this Congregation, where Jesus Christ is the head of the church. If you are interested in joining in covenant with us and becoming a member of our congregation making this your new spiritual home, please contact the church office at 508-432-1053. For emergencies, contact Pastor Arakawa at 781-710-5823.
In keeping with the life and teaching of Christ Jesus, we joyfully and unconditionally welcome all people of any age, gender, race, culture or ability into our community of faith and affirm the worth of all people as unique individuals made in God’s image. We are open to the special gifts that each person brings and invite each one to participate in the life of our church.