Hancock United Church of Christ, Congregational

1912 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington MA 02421

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2015 Concert Series Press Release

2015 Concert Series Press Release

Tribute to Leonard Bernstein to Launch 5th Season of Hancock Concert Series LEXINGTON, MA–Choirs, brass, bells, early music, vocal music, and a spectacular new piano trio are all on the roster for this fall’s Hancock Concert Series. Celebrating its 5th season, this year’s season is bigger and better than ever. The Series is sponsored by, and held at, the beautifully renovated and fully accessible Hancock Church on Lexington’s historic battle green. ‘To celebrate our new building, we have planned  our biggest Series yet,” says Director of...
I Will Be Who I Will Be

I Will Be Who I Will Be

Rev. Barbara Callaghan preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “I Will Be Who I Will Be”. October 4, 2015 – Exodus 3:1-14 https://youtu.be/OoYgVgHiNV0
Sing at Hancock!

Sing at Hancock!

Chancel Choir is Back! Seeking Singers in all Parts! Our Chancel Choir is back fro another great year and we’re looking for more singers in each section–especially SOPRANOS AND ALTOS! Choral singing is great for both the soul and the body (the latter clinically proven!) Even if you haven’t sung in years, give us a try! No audition required–just show up on Thursday night at 7:30 in the choir room on the lower level. High school students are also welcome to join us! Singers need not be members of the...
In Egypt Under Pharaoh

In Egypt Under Pharaoh

Rev. Paul Shupe preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “In Egypt Under Pharaoh”. September 27, 2015 – Exodus 1:8-14 https://youtu.be/iPy-XZPZVLY
Lex Eat Together

Lex Eat Together

“It is a little known, painful and rarely-acknowledged truth that some of our neighbors sometimes go to bed hungry.  Thankfully, Lex Eat Together gives us the chance both to feed those in need and to reunite our community” – Representative Jay Kaufman   Many people in Lexington struggle with not having enough food for themselves and their families.  Census data tells us that about 1200 people in Lexington live below the poverty line, and another 3000 people live between the poverty line and the income level...
It is All About You (and Me)

It is All About You (and Me)

Rev. Paul Shupe preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “It is All About You (and Me)”. September 20, 2015 – Mark 9:30-37 https://youtu.be/Zic0AeSJWqw
Real Life

Real Life

Rev. Barbara Callaghan preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “Real Life” and asks the question “What’s Next for Hancock?”. September 13, 2015 – Mark 8:27-38 https://youtu.be/wczdRqScSnc
Celebration Sunday Brochure!

Celebration Sunday Brochure!

 Click below to read the entire Celebration Sunday Brochure Online! Limited hardcopies will be available this Sunday! 2015 Celebration Sunday  
Financial Update for Hancock UCC

Financial Update for Hancock UCC

Read the full report here: 2015_08_31 budget update  
For the Sake of Another

For the Sake of Another

Rev. Paul Shupe preaches the Hancock Church Sunday sermon “For the Sake of Another”. September 6, 2015 – Mark 7:24-37, Mark 10:13-16 https://youtu.be/yasIpKt1Lf8