Hancock United Church of Christ, Congregational

1912 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington MA 02421

781-862-4220 | office@hancockchurch.org

An Open and Affirming Church!

Lent & Easter
Watch Our Lenten Testimonies!

Watch Our Lenten Testimonies!

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. To view Mary Alice...
Holy Week Worship Schedule

Holy Week Worship Schedule

Holy Week Worship Sunday, March 20 – 10:00 am – Palm Sunday Worship The Rev. Barbara Callaghan Preaching Music of the Chancel Choir ​Hancock Carillon Bell Choir, and Children’s Choirs Thursday, March 24, 7:30 pm – Maundy Thursday Worship Quiet and Contemplative – Communion Table Open to All Music by the Morning Glories Handbell Choir Friday, March 25, 7:30 pm – Good Friday Worship Candlelit, honest, thoughtful, reflections on the Seven Last Words of Jesus Music by the River Rock Band Sunday, March 27 –...
Palm Sunday Brunch

Palm Sunday Brunch

Hancock Church is hosting its annual Palm Sunday Brunch – a special event for the entire church community and guests. It’s a time for fine fellowship and food that will be shared in Clark Hall immediately after the service. All are invited – no reservations required. The tempting menu includes French toast, scrambled eggs, sausage, bagels, fruit,…    
Lenten Schedule 2016

Lenten Schedule 2016

Our Lenten Theme is Confession During the season of Lent, we will be engaging together in the spiritual discipline of confession. Confession is the simple acknowledgement of complicity with wrong doing. When we confess, we state clearly to God, to our community, and to ourselves, that we have fallen short, made poor choices, or failed to resist thoughts or actions that lead to the harming of others. Confession may take any number of forms:  a shared communal prayer  an individual prayer expressing regret and sorrow...