We are an Open and Affirming congregation of the United Church of Christ, diverse theologically, concerned socially and seeking to grow spiritually.
WELCOMING YOU HOME
SUNDAY WORSHIP - 10:00AM
(virtual and limited, in-person attendance)
You can join us virtually on Zoom by clicking above at 10am on Sunday morning or by visiting our Facebook page. The sanctuary is open for a limited number of in-person worship participants and sign-ups are required. Please click here to read our reopening letter which outlines our protocols and sign-up procedures as we bridge virtual and in-person worship.
A recording of the service will be posted later in the day on Sunday on our "Sermon" page under the "Worship" tab.
The church office is again open during our regular office hours, Tuesday – Thursday from 9am to 12noon. In person visitors are asked to wear masks and maintain 6ft of distance for the safety of our staff and community.
**Please note that, while we are beginning to offer an in-person option, this may change at any time. In the event that protocols are not being adhered to, if there is a coronavirus contact that directly impacts our worship leaders or congregants, if cases in Maine begin to spike, or if the Maine CDC guidance changes, we may shift back to virtual only.**
Letter of Reopening Protocols and Procedures
We welcome all people who worship with us! We share the good news of our faith and outreach to our world through our ministries of love.
If you visit us, we hope you enjoy our service. If you have been looking for a place to belong or just a place to visit on your journey of life, again we say WELCOME!
SUMMERFEST & OTHER MISSIONS
Learn more about the ways in which we serve the community, including through our Annual Summerfest on the Wiscasset Town Common which benefits local non-profit outreach organizations.
The First Congregational Church UCC of Wiscasset is open every Sunday for worship, even during severe weather. with services beginning at 10 am. We welcome all members and visitors, but please use your best judgment about traveling when weather conditions are poor.