Although the Governor of Massachusetts has permitted churches to being in-person worship, Wollaston Congregational Church has decided to wait. We are concerned about our vulnerable church members – there any many – and what worship will look like under the current health guidelines. We may begin in-person worship in the fall. Until that time, we remind all our members and guests to this site that while we remain physically distanced we are connected in Spirit. Please check out our Zoom worship services. Sermons are also recorded and shared on our Facebook page (click the blue “f” icon below).
Zoom worship has proven to be a wonderful way for the Wollaston Congregation to remain connected in community, worship and prayer. Zoom is accessible to you whether you use a smartphone, a computer, a tablet, or a regular telephone. During worship we share spiritual music and visuals, we pray together, and once a month we celebrate communion using our own bread and juice. You can join in virtual worship from the comfort of your home, feel free to bring your coffee, breakfast or morning snack and set up a candle in your home worship space.
Our virtual worship services begin at 10 am each Sunday. Our Zoom gatherings can be accessed via a weblink or a call in phone number, using a digital device or standard telephone. Contact Rev. Liz (email@example.com) to obtain the link or call in number for the coming Sunday’s service.
Here is the sermon preached during online worship on Sunday April 26th:
Pledges and Offerings
While we are not gathering physically for worship, your pledges and offerings are still needed and will be gratefully received. Please follow this link to make on online offering: Online Offering
Read the Pastor’s Easter Letter: EasterLetter-2020
Questioning people and seekers are welcome.
Our faith may be 2,000 years old, but our thinking is not
No matter who you are and where you are on life’s journey, you and your family are welcome!