Please click on “Watch Our Lenten Testimonies!” to access our video links. This year during Lent at Hancock, we will be hearing testimonies from some of our members about the power of faith, and the role that it plays in their daily lives. To view Stephen Cooke’s Lenten testimony given on March 5, click here. To view Nate Martin’s testimony read by Rev. Paul Shupe on March 12, click here. To view Kesinia Sorter’s testimony given on March 19, click here.
Rev. Paul Shupe preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “Living Water”. March 19, 2017 – John 4:5-42 https://youtu.be/XzkIQj-0_lk
To view this Sunday’s bulletin, please click the link below: Bulletin March 19, 2017
Rev. Barbara Callaghan preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “Eternal Life Here and Now”. March 12, 2017 – John 3:1-17 https://youtu.be/b-0hcKnShjg
After being snowed out last month, the Lexington Choral Festival returns on March 19 at 3:00 p.m at Hancock Church. Featuring choirs from 10 different area faith communities, the afternoon is a celebration of music and sharing across religious and cultural divides. Included will be groups from a variety of Christian, Jewish, and Hindu traditions. Now in its 12th year, the Festival features each group sharing music from their own tradition, and then has all the groups join in singing one piece together. Joyous, moving, and...
Join us on Thursday, March 16 from 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. as Student Minister Emelia Attridge leads Theology on Tap at Buwoksi Tavern (1281 Cambridge Street, Cambridge)! Anyone over 21 and under 40 is invited to join us for thoughtful conversation and good beer. For updates and activities, please visit our very active Facebook page!
Rev. Paul Shupe preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “The Temptations”. March 5, 2017 – Matthew 4:1-11 https://youtu.be/YT8rBWyLgXg
On March 5 at 12:00 p.m. the first Sunday in Lent, Worship at the Well will feature music by our own nine-piece River Rock Band. They’ll be playing a range of blues styles from traditional gospel blues to contemporary songs by Buddy Miller and Susan Werner. Featured will be band regulars Bobby Faria (electric guitar and sax), Patrice Williamson and Meg Stone (vocals), and guest blues harmonica player Ralph Rosen. The Rev. Barbara Callaghan will preach from the Gospel of Matthew about “relevant fasting.” We will explore what are things that...
Rev. Paul Shupe preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “A Shared Prophetic Vision” during a shared worship service with Temple Isaiah. February 26, 2017 – Micah 6:6-8 https://youtu.be/CG1ggVx7-OY
The timeless and powerful story of Jesus’ last days, death, and resurrection will be told through the passion music of the German composer Reinhard Keiser by the early music group, A Joyful Noyse. Presented as part of the Hancock Concert Series, A Joyful Noyse will present selections from both Keiser’s Brockes Passion as well as his Passion According to St. Mark. The concert will take place at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 5 at Hancock Church in Lexington. Reinhard Keiser (1674-1739) was known primarily as a celebrated opera composer, whose works in...