LIVE STREAM WORSHIP
SUNDAYS AT 10 AM
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SUNDAYS AT 10 AM
Registration is no longer required to attend worship in person. Everyone must wear a mask during worship, regardless of your vaccination status, as recommended by the US CDC for our county at this current time.
Click the button below to submit your offering and UCC Christmas Fund donation online. Your gift helps support the mission of our church ministries. Thank you!
OPEN & AFFIRMING
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The Congregational Church of Boothbay Harbor, United Church of Christ, is an open and affirming community of faith, hope, and love. We seek to embody a faith that transcends all differences, and we are committed to affirming every person as a unique and precious creation of God. With sadness, we acknowledge that the Christian Church has, throughout history, condemned and mistreated persons based on distinctions such as gender and race. We believe such actions are inconsistent with Jesus' call to "love one another" and his prayer that "they may all be one." By the grace of God, we joyfully and gratefully welcome all persons who wish to be a part of our community into the full life, leadership, and ministry of the church.
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Thank you for donating to our church.
If you prefer to give by check
please make payable to
Congo Church BBH and mail to:
Congregational Church of BBH
P.O. Box 468
Boothbay Harbor ME 04538
The Christmas Fund has been caring for active and retired clergy and lay employees of the United Church of Christ for over 100 years, providing emergency grants, supplementation of small annuities and health premiums, and Christmas “Thank You” gift checks each December to our lower-income retirees.
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