Our Church values the time and resources we are able to share with our community, and we support a variety of organizations and projects, both within our own MetroWest area as well as across the country.
"Use whatever gift you've received for the good of one another so that you can show yourselves to be good stewards of God's grace in all its varieties." 1 Peter 4:10
Whether it's partnering with Dismas House to hold the Westborough Farmers' Market, or the Sunday School children leading The Great Pie Challenge to donate Thanksgiving pies to feed seniors and shut-ins, we are always looking for more ways to share love and practical help in our community.
As a church, our definition of "community" extends far beyond our region.
- We actively participate in Habitat for Humanity, building dozens of homes around the area
- Missions have traveled to Sandy Hook, NJ and New Orleans in the wake of Hurricanes Sandy and Katrina
- Since the 1990's, hundreds of our Senior High youth and adults have performed nearly 10,000 hours of service on Work Camp, fixing homes for those in need, all over the U.S.