Hancock United Church of Christ, Congregational

1912 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington MA 02421

781-862-4220 | office@hancockchurch.org

Senior Picnic, October 4, 2014

Senior Picnic, October 4, 2014

This year’s Senior Picnic is Saturday, October 4, 2014 at 12pm. Please join us for our annual Senior Picnic at the Depot in Lexington Center. Our Deacons will provide lunch, our seniors provide good company and conversation. Anyone is invited to attend. Rides will be provided to those that need...
Listen Learn Pray - Pearson Room Sessions

Listen Learn Pray – Pearson Room Sessions

“Listen. Learn. Pray.”  Your Offering. Our Theme. On Faith Promise Sunday in 2013, we circled words describing how we offer ourselves to Hancock beyond our financial contributions. The top three words circled were: Listen, Learn, and Pray. In one sense, they’re simply verbs. They’re likely things we do often without giving them...
Volunteer for the Interfaith Garden

Volunteer for the Interfaith Garden

Last Saturday, 7 hardworking members from Redeemer, First Baptist, Lexington Methodist, Pilgrim, and Hancock harvested 218.5 lbs of produce! That’s four carts!  Come join us! No experience needed. Hancock is scheduled to next work:   Sat, 9/16, 4:30-6pm Sat, 9/27, 8-9:30am Sat, 10/4, 8-9:30am Sat, 10/18, 8:30-10am Sat, 10/24, 8:30-10am...
Blessing of Backpacks Sept 7

Blessing of Backpacks Sept 7

Sunday, September 7 at 10 am We will bless the backpacks before delivering them to Russell Elementary School. Have your kids bring their own backpacks to be blessed for the upcoming school year! Backpack drive from August 10 – September 21 Please consider donating a new backpack for a Russell...
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Heifer's 70th Anniversary Event on Nov. 2nd!

Heifer’s 70th Anniversary Event on Nov. 2nd!

  On Sunday, November 2, 2-4pm Hancock Church will host a special celebration of Heifer’s 70th Anniversary. Join us for the Living Gift Market for early holiday shopping; Animal Exhibits for visiting with goats, sheep, and rabbits; delicious refreshments from Heifer Farm; and special music from a Guitar and Fiddle Duo. Heifer International’s mission is...
Work Day, Nov. 15

Work Day, Nov. 15

Join members of the Prudential Committee on Saturday, November 15th from 9am to 1pm for an indoor/outdoor work day. No special skills required–just the desire to roll up your sleeves and join friends of Hancock working on some maintenance, cleaning and repair projects inside and outside the church. Join us for part of the time or for...
Sunday, October 19, 2014 Bulletin

Sunday, October 19, 2014 Bulletin

If you would like to view this past Sunday’s Bulletin, please click here. Bulletin 2014,10,19

What’s God’s is God’s

Rev. Paul Shupe preaches Sunday’s Hancock Church sermon titled “What’s God’s is God’s”. October 19, 2014 – Matthew 22:15-22 http://youtu.be/2BoY3-C-h4Q
song of the week: I Shall Not Be Moved

song of the week: I Shall Not Be Moved

  Come to Worship @the Well at 6:15 in Clark Hall. This week, October 19th, hear Nancy Rottman preach on Exodus 33:12-23 and the River Rock Band’s soulful music! “I Shall Not Be Moved”
Meditation & Centering Prayer

Meditation & Centering Prayer

Beginning Wednesday Oct. 29, 7PM in Clark Hall Talk & new series of workshops  Stan Goldin PhD., Harvard Medical School/Cognitive Rhythms Collaborative  Give it a try, learn about what brain research is saying about its benefits. There is growing interest in appreciating and directly experiencing the benefits of regular meditation. The Christian contemplative tradition adds another...

Sunday Bulletin, October 12, 2014

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Cut Up and Cut Off

Rev. Adam Hearlson preaches Sunday’s Hancock Church sermon titled “Cut Up and Cut Off”. October 12, 2014 – Mark 5:1-20 http://youtu.be/FAV-FyC8eC4
Wine Raffle

Wine Raffle

The Wine Raffle to benefit Sustainable Harvest International will run between Oct 5-Nov 8th. Four winners will receive 6 bottles each!  Purchase one ticket for $10 or three for $25! Tickets are available at coffee hour and at other fall church events. The retail value of each case is about $120. All wineries use sustainable...

Kenny the Gnome

Rev. Paul Shupe preaches Sunday’s Hancock Church sermon titled “Kenny the Gnome”. October 5, 2014 - Philippians 2:1-13 http://youtu.be/v-mrPg9qA1k