We are an open and affirming community of purpose.
We help each other grow in faith and learn to live out God's love in the world around us.
Together, we can transform our selves, our neighborhoods, and our world, one loving act at a time.
We believe that no matter who you are, or where you are on life's journey, you are most welcome here!
During the summer, our worship service begins at 9:30 am. There are no assigned seats, and we celebrate the sounds of small children!
- Children four and under are welcome downstairs in the nursery during the service if needed
- Children Pre-K and older begin the service in the sanctuary and are welcome to join in our wonderful church school!
- After worship, please join us downstairs for coffee and conversation
Communion is offered to all on the first Sunday of each month.
What kind of church is The Congregational Church of Westborough?
We're pretty straightforward - as a part of the United Church of Christ, we love our children, we love our neighbors, we love our Earth, and we love God. Everything we do seeks to show that love and grow our faith so that we can walk together in Jesus' way, led by the Holy Spirit.
What does a Sunday morning gathering look like?
Our service lasts about an hour, and is a blend of traditional and modern music and liturgy. Our pastors help us gain greater insight into the teachings of the Bible and our own lives. Sometimes we laugh. Sometimes there are tears. We are together, and God is here.
What should I wear?
Some people wear suits or dresses. Others wear jeans and boots. We're just glad to gather together - wear whatever makes you feel most comfortable!
Where should I park?
We have the parking lot next to the church, but that fills up quickly. Street spots are available on West Main Street, and additional parking is available next to the to Library.
Come early to meet our ministers and welcoming team, or just walk up to a friendly face!
Join us afterwards for coffee and conversation - some of us have been with the church for generations, some of us only a few weeks. Or, if you would rather get to know us more slowly, visit our Facebook page, request a pastor's visit, or join our email list.