Hancock United Church of Christ, Congregational

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Join Us for Holy Week & Easter at Hancock Church!

Join Us for Holy Week & Easter at Hancock Church!

  Sunday, April 9 10:00 a.m. –Palm Sunday Worship 11:15 a.m. – All-Church Brunch Thursday, April 13 7:30 p.m. – Maundy Thursday Worship in Clark Hall Friday, April 14 7:30 p.m. – Good Friday Worship in Clark Hall Sunday, April 16 5:45 a.m. – Easter Sunrise Worship at the Old Belfry (in the event of rain, we will gather in the chapel) 9:00 a.m. – Easter Worship 11:00 a.m. – Easter Worship   Please note that on Saturday, April 15, the Town of Lexington will...
Dedicate an Easter Lily

Dedicate an Easter Lily

Each year, the Sanctuary is filled with beautiful Lilies on Easter morning in memory of those loved by members of the congregation at Hancock. Dedicate an Easter Lily to a loved one in your family by returning this form by Monday, March 14th. The suggested donation for each memorial plant is $10. Order yours Today  
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...
Christ is Risen In Deed: Modern Stories of Resurrection

Christ is Risen In Deed: Modern Stories of Resurrection

Hancock Church Easter Sunday Sermon – Rev. Dana Allen Walsh – April 20, 2014 – Psalm 118:1-2, 18-24 – John 20:1-18 http://youtu.be/ty6r7K_OOZw  
Holy Week 2014

Holy Week 2014

  Worship During Holy Week The heart of Christian Faith is experienced in compressed fashion during the seasons of Lent and Easter. During Lent we rmember the life and teachings of Jesus, and Easter is the culmination of God’s work in and through his death and resurrection. We hope that you will join us often for the 8 days between Palm Sunday and Easter. April 13, 2014 Palm Sunday morning worship at 10 am Morning worship begins with a palm procession for children of all...
Easter: Continuous Discontinuity

Easter: Continuous Discontinuity

Hancock Church Easter Sunday Sermon  http://youtu.be/K2aFRgxZzkY Rev. Paul Shupe Psalm 118:1-2, 18-24 Acts 10:34-43 Luke 24:1-12 March 31, 2013 LUKE 24:1-12     The Good News of Easter morning according to Luke: the women disciples of Jesus have gone to his tomb to prepare his broken body for burial.  They are astounded to find instead that the tomb is empty but for a messenger who tells them they are wasting their time looking for one who is living among those who are dead. But on the...
Holy Week at Hancock

Holy Week at Hancock

The heart of Christian faith is experienced in compressed fashion during the seasons of Lent and Easter.  During Lent we remember the life and teachings of Jesus, and Easter is the culmination of God’s work in and through his death and resurrection.  And all comes together in Holy Week, the eight days between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday.  We hope that you will join us often for worship during these days. If you are thinking of joining us for the first time during Holy Week,...
The Passion: A Dramatic Re-telling, Sunday March 24th, 4:00pm

The Passion: A Dramatic Re-telling, Sunday March 24th, 4:00pm

Ancient, Contemporary, and Timeless: The Passion in Word and Music March 24th, 4:00pm Hancock Church, Lexington MA On Palm Sunday (March 24th) at 4:00 p .m. we will present a dramatic re-telling of the Passion story through music, scripture, and poetry. The Chancel Choir will join forces with a full orchestra, professional soloists, and a variety of readers to present this core story of our Christian belief in a new way. The concert will include music by Mozart, Bach, Haydn, Barber, Durufle, and more. The...
The New Herald: Spring 2013 v.2 issue1

The New Herald: Spring 2013 v.2 issue1

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