Hancock United Church of Christ, Congregational

1912 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington MA 02421

781-862-4220 | office@hancockchurch.org


An Open and Affirming Church!

6/5 Celtic Night @the Well with Skyloom!

6/5 Celtic Night @the Well with Skyloom!

Celtic Night @the Well with Special Guests The Heaton’s and Skyloom Dance! Join us on Sunday June 5th at 6:15 in Clark Hal for Celtic Night at Worship@The Well. Special guests Shannon and Matt Heaton will be joining our River Rock Band, and our own Skyloom Sacred Dance will be leading worship...
Matters of the Heart Concert

Matters of the Heart Concert

Amorous cantatas and arias of the baroque Performed on period instruments by A Joyful Noyse Saturday, June 4th at 7:30 p.m. at Hancock Church The allure of romantic love as a subject for musical compositions flourished in the baroque era and even appeared in sacred works such as Handel’s oratorio...
Hancock Talks, May 25, 7pm

Hancock Talks, May 25, 7pm

Hancock Talks Hancock Talks is a free lecture series open to the public, with a focus on the emotional, psychological and spiritual needs of older adults in our community. It is funded by a grant from the Dana Home Foundation and hosted in the Sanctuary at Hancock United Church of...
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Tour Interfaith Garden, June 19th

Tour Interfaith Garden, June 19th

  Each Interfaith Garden growing season, Lexington’s Catholic Community of Sacred Heart and St. Brigid Parishes jointly work together with other faith communities to raise fresh produce for Lexington Food Pantry. During June 12-19, the Catholic Community will observe the first anniversary of Pope Francis’s letter on care for the environment and the poor and on building...
Sunday Survey Discussions in the Pearson Room

Sunday Survey Discussions in the Pearson Room

Dear Hancock Friends,   Thank you for responding to our survey concerning a possible change to Sunday morning activities.  We have heard your voices, and realize that the only appropriate next step is to talk together, before any decisions are made.  Carmen Kalsow, Paul Shafer, Andrew Harris and I will be available in the Pearson Room for...
Join our Hancock Family for the Boston Pride Parade June 11th!

Join our Hancock Family for the Boston Pride Parade June 11th!

We have a goal of having 30 walkers, and thus far, we have 20. help us reach our goal! For those who are interested we will worship together at Old South Church at 10am on the 11th, for their annual Pride worship service. This is a wonderful service that you don’t want to miss. Following...
What will you do on your summer vacation?

What will you do on your summer vacation?

This summer Hancock Christian Education will be traveling across the globe, and we need your help! Anticipating our One People One World mission for 2016-17, we want to spend the summer introducing Hancock children to countries and cultures around the world! We are looking for volunteers, one for each Sunday, from the beginning of July...
Spring Meeting Report 2016

Spring Meeting Report 2016

The Spring Meeting Report can be downloaded here: Spring Meeting 2016 (PDF). Limited copies will be available at the Spring Meeting on Sunday, May 22, 2016. If you would like one mailed to you, or you know someone who might like it mailed to them, please call the church office (781) 862-4220.

So Great A Cloud of Witnesses

Rev. Barbara Callaghan preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “So Great A Cloud of Witnesses”. May 15, 2016 - Hebrews 12:1-2 https://youtu.be/0YRWQaMznYM
Adult Mission Trip

Adult Mission Trip

The Fuller Center for Housing Millard Fuller Legacy Build 2016 has been announced! Three new homes and 2 rehabs will be completed by volunteers September 18-23, 2016 in City of the Valley, Alabama so that five families have a safe and decent place to call home. Two of our favorite house captains will be returning this year...
Community Garden Day at the Russell School, May 14

Community Garden Day at the Russell School, May 14

Join City Mission and The Russell School for Community Garden Day from 12-2pm, where we will plant new crops in preparation for harvest. The Russell School garden is a project that helps the students learn about ecology, agriculture, recycling, and composting. It also grows healthy food alternatives in an urban environment. You are welcome to...
May and June Interfaith Gardeners Needed

May and June Interfaith Gardeners Needed

Since 2010, Interfaith Garden volunteers have grown and delivered fresh vegetables, herbs and fruit to Lexington’s Food Pantry. Each growing season, volunteers of all ages from12 faith communities and also local service groups work and learn together while planting, tending and harvesting organically grown produce. Hancock Church provides volunteers once or twice a month, late March through...