Hancock United Church of Christ, Congregational

1912 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington MA 02421

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2017 Summer Vacation Bible School

2017 Summer Vacation Bible School

Register now for Hancock Church’s 2017 Summer Vacation Bible School! Monday, July 17 – Friday, July 21 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Students Pre-K – grade 5  Only $50 registration! Hancock’s vacation Bible School will be led by student minister and Director of Christian Education, David Clark. For more information...
A Joyful Noyse Presents "Flights of Fancy" on Sunday, May 7

A Joyful Noyse Presents “Flights of Fancy” on Sunday, May 7

Sunday, May 7 at 3:00 p.m.  Flights of Fancy  Music inspired by our fine-feathered friends featuring works by Handel, Biber, Scarlatti, Bononcini and more! Presented by the early music ensemble A Joyful Noyse $15 suggested donation to support Hancock Music Program   Flights of Fancy will be performed by the early music ensemble...
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Sunday Bulletin: April 2, 2017

Sunday Bulletin: April 2, 2017

To view this Sunday’s bulletin, please click the link below: April 2, 2017
Hancock Church Hosts LGBT Asylum Support Task Force

Hancock Church Hosts LGBT Asylum Support Task Force

On April 2nd, Hancock Church will host the LGBT Asylum Support Task Force from Worcester, Ma. The asylum group is the product of a vision of Rev. Judith Hanlon of Hadwen Park Congregation Church. Since 2007 Hadwen Park, and Rev. Hanlon, have assisted more than 120 asylum seekers, mostly from countries where being LGBTQ is a capital offense. Currently, they are supporting 14 in Worcester and many cases are still pending. The group will hold an informational session at 11:00 am in the sanctuary, and will lead the noon worship...
Hancock Concert Series Presents Herr Beethoven and His Cellists

Hancock Concert Series Presents Herr Beethoven and His Cellists

The Hancock Concert Series continues on Sunday, April 9th with Herr Beethoven and His Cellists, a concert featuring cellists Cherry Kim, and Scott Thomas Lesser, with Ai-Ying Chiu at the piano. Creativity of an artist is often inspired through collaboration. The Duport brothers, Bernhard Romberg, and Anton Kraft were leading cellists, composers and pedagogues of their time. Their artistry and collaboration inspired Beethoven to reconsider the cello’s capabilities and to write major works for this instrument. This concert will explore the ingenuity of Beethoven’s Sonatas for Piano and...
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 Charlotte Dougherty’s Lenten testimony given on April 2, click here. To view Mary Alice Haddad’s Lenten testimony given on March 26, click here. To view Kesinia Sorter’s testimony given on March 19, click here. To view Nate Martin’s testimony read...

Finding Courage to Live Prophetically

Chaplain Celene Ibrahim preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “Finding Courage to Live Prophetically”. March 26, 2017 – Qur’ an 3:45-48, 19:30-34 https://youtu.be/D0aINuDR2Gk
Sunday Bulletin: March 26, 2017

Sunday Bulletin: March 26, 2017

To view this Sunday’s bulletin, please click the link below: March 26, 2017
Islamic Studies Scholar & Muslim Chaplain Celene Ibrahim Preaches at Hancock Church

Islamic Studies Scholar & Muslim Chaplain Celene Ibrahim Preaches at Hancock Church

Celene Ibrahim, Muslim Chaplain for Tufts University, will preach at Hancock Church on Sunday March 26th, at 10:00 a.m. Using the Qur’an, Ms. Ibrahim will preach on a few of the many points of connection between Islam and Christianity. Ms. Ibrahim will also hold a question and answer time after the worship service, from 11 a.m. -12 p.m. in the sanctuary. Celene Ibrahim is the Islamic Studies Scholar-in-Residence at Hebrew College and Andover Newton Theological School where she is jointly appointed to the faculties of both...

Living Water

Rev. Paul Shupe preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “Living Water”. March 19, 2017 – John 4:5-42 https://youtu.be/XzkIQj-0_lk
Sunday Bulletin: March 19, 2017

Sunday Bulletin: March 19, 2017

To view this Sunday’s bulletin, please click the link below: Bulletin March 19, 2017

Eternal Life Here and Now

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