Our Minister & Staff

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Office Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thursday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Our Minister, Staff

Our minister, Rev. Gretchen E. Weis is available by appointment, call 508-222-0505 or use the contact form below when you have questions or need to talk. About Rev. Gretchen E. Weis.

Our Office Administrator, Jeanne Chapman will gladly answer questions and provide contact information for group organizers. Call the office by phone at 508-222-0505 use the contact form below. 

Our Director of Lifespan Religious Education (DLRE), Robi Rose Mari is available by appointment and may be reached by phone at the church office at 508-222-0505 or use the contact form below. Feel free to contact her with any questions about our Religious Education program and/or our Adult Education program.

Our Director of Music, Dennis Ferguson is at the church on Thursday evenings for Choir rehearsal, and Sunday mornings if you want to volunteer your musical talents or have questions about our music program call 508-222-0505 or use the contact form below. 

Our Sexton, Richard Cannon works on weekday mornings. It is extremely helpful to contact him at least a week or two in advance of an event needing set-up, or leave a detailed note on his desk about matters concerning property (repairs that are needed or that you have volunteered to do, or donated items that you have left in the building). Anything you can do to help keep our building and grounds clean and well maintained is appreciated!

Our Executive Board President is Stephanie Paquette

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THIS WEEK’S SERVICE

Church News & Updates

Church Fair 2021

A photo gallery of the church fair Thank you to everyone who visited the fair and those who put in the work to make it happen! [gallery columns="4" size="medium"...

Sunday, November 28

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Opening up our pews

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