Hancock United Church of Christ, Congregational

1912 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington MA 02421

781-862-4220 | office@hancockchurch.org

An Open and Affirming Church!

Christmas Eve Service Times

Christmas Eve Service Times

Christmas Eve Service Times 10:00 AM Christmas Eve – 4th Sunday in Advent – Morning Worship in the Sanctuary 5:00 PM Christmas Eve – Join us at 5:00 PM on Christmas Eve for a worship service suitable for all ages. Even your littlest ones are invited to don one of...
Not Too Late to Contribute to Lexington Unites for Puerto Rico!

Not Too Late to Contribute to Lexington Unites for Puerto Rico!

  Donate now! A Container of Mercy During this Advent season we are filled with gratitude for the many contributions to Lexington Unites for Puerto Rico.  The 45-foot container truck departed Lexington on November 14 filled with humanitarian aid for our friends in Puerto Rico.  The container arrived in the Port of...
Fill Out Our Activity Interest Survey!

Fill Out Our Activity Interest Survey!

The survey that the congregation filled out on Sunday was very successful! We have responses from 49 people. To populate the Committee Friends Lists, we need everyone to participate as they are able in supporting the activities of the church. Based on feedback, we have modified the categories to include...
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Advent Blog: Marking the Days

Advent Blog: Marking the Days

“Marking the Days” Monday, December 4, 2017 Emelia Attridge, Congregational Care Coordinator I really do love calendars. In fact, in 2016, I started creating my own planner. I followed what’s known as the “Bullet Journal” system for inspiration, but I don’t follow it too closely. Sure I keep a regular monthly calendar to track my appointments throughout the year, and I have at least one other calendar with designs that are a delight to the eye (and even more of a delight to change over...

As If

Rev. Paul Shupe preaches the Hancock Church Manger Sunday sermon “As If”. December 3, 2017 – Mark 13:28-37 https://youtu.be/GkrwMpCWc2M

When Mercy Reigns, Christ is King

Rev. Paul Shupe preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “When Mercy Reigns, Christ is King”. November 26, 2017 – Matthew 25:31-46 https://youtu.be/AcUwX-iXqyY

Lexington Interfaith Thanksgiving Service – Nov. 21st

Tuesday November 21, 7:30pm, Grace Chapel The Lexington Interfaith Clergy Association invites you to this town gathering, open to people of all faiths, no faith, and everyone in-between. The title of this year’s Thanksgiving Service is “We the People: An Evening of Gratitude and Affirmation of Our Community.” Participating will be the Lexington Minute Men, a volunteer town Choir, the Grace Chapel Orchestra, Residents of Lexington, and LexRAP. An offering will be taken to support work with refugees through LexRAP. A reception in the Grace Chapel...

Children of the Light

Rev. Dr. Sarah Drummond preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “Children of the Light”. The Rev. Dr. Sarah Drummond is the Dean of Students at Andover Newton Theological Seminary. November 19, 2017 – Psalm 90:1-8, (9-11), 12 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 https://youtu.be/kRMkHtEotfQ
Sunday Bulletin: November 19, 2017

Sunday Bulletin: November 19, 2017

To view this Sunday’s bulletin, please click the link below. November 19, 2017

Keep Awake

Rev. Barbara Callaghan preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “Keep Awake”. November 12, 2017 – Matthew 23:1-12 https://youtu.be/t4ZDGSycHBo
Two Great Music Events at Hancock!

Two Great Music Events at Hancock!

Bay Colony Brass Takes on War and Peace Sunday, November 12 at 2:00 p.m. Hancock Church, 1912 Massachusetts Ave in Lexington $15 suggested donation at door The Hancock Concert Series continues its 7th season with the thrilling sounds of the Bay Colony Brass on Sunday, November 12 at 2:00 p.m at Hancock Church in Lexington War and Peace – Music of Conflict and Celebration ranges from the grandeur of Walton’s Crown Imperial and the realities of conflict in Britten’s Russian Funeral Music, to meditations on peacemaking like Wagner’s Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral and Barber’s Mutations on Bach. The Bay Colony Brass will perform a...

Humble Servants

Rev. Paul Shupe preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “Humble Servants”. November 5, 2017 – Matthew 23:1-12 https://youtu.be/IB0nwRE9HHQ
Sunday Bulletin: November 5, 2017

Sunday Bulletin: November 5, 2017

To view this Sunday’s bulletin, please click the link below. November 5, 2017