Online Zoom Gatherings!

In light of the COVID 19 pandemic, we are holding  on-line  Zoom gatherings on Sunday mornings, (and for our leadership meetings, small groups, and other interactive gatherings.)

If you are not on our email list, and would like to join in one of our Sunday morning gatherings, please send us an email at and we will send you an invitation with a link to our Zoom gathering.  For the sermon that will go along with the gathering, simply go to Resources in the menu above and then click on Sermons.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call us at 781-321-1828.  And please use this time of not being “the church gathered,” to be “the church scattered.”  Use this time to pray for our communities; to engage your neighbors who are full of fear; to read the Scriptures yourselves; to check in with people you care about and find out how they are doing.


On Sunday mornings we have one worship service at 10:00am.  After the service there is time for people to hang out and talk in the sanctuary.  For those that are intersted in dialog with the pastor about the sermon, there is a “Sermon Rewind” downstairs at about 11:15am.

At 9:00am there is Sunday School for kids downstairs and Living Water in the sanctuary for adults.  Living Water is a pre-worship experience which engages people with the Scripture passages for the day in creative ways:  through music, prayer, conversation, and reflection.  

Parking is free and easy on surrounding streets. We are also a 15-minute walk from the Oak Grove Orange Line MBTA station and close to the Route 106 MBTA bus.

If you need accessibility accommodations, please contact us.

We welcome children of all ages at services and provide a fully-staffed nursery for children birth through age five downstairs. Parents are welcome to drop off or stay with their children in nursery. Sunday School is for kids Pre-K to High School takes place each Sunday morning at 9:00am.  For the adults there is a pre-worship gathering in the sanctuary at 9:00am that we call “Living Water.”  It is a time to prepare our hearts and minds for worship through prayer, intimate music, and dialog on the days Scripture texts.