Hancock United Church of Christ, Congregational

1912 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington MA 02421

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Hancock Women's Retreat 2016

Hancock Women’s Retreat 2016

Hancock’s Womens Retreat 2016, Going Deeper: Cultivating Spiritual Friendships. Led by Rev. Barbara Callaghan and Nancy Rottman, May 6th & 7th Miramar Retreat Center in Duxbury. MA  Sign Up for the Retreat Here!  

Introduction to Committees: Congregational Care and Deacons

Hancock Church is a community of people committed to helping one another. For me to know when you need help, I need to know you. I have found that one of the best ways to get to know another person is to work with them. It gives us a chance to talk and find out what we have in common. The work of the Hancock Church Committees is an easy way to work together. We meet for fellowship and at the same time discuss what...
Listen Learn Pray - Pearson Room Sessions

Listen Learn Pray – Pearson Room Sessions

“Listen. Learn. Pray.”  Your Offering. Our Theme. On Faith Promise Sunday in 2013, we circled words describing how we offer ourselves to Hancock beyond our financial contributions. The top three words circled were: Listen, Learn, and Pray. In one sense, they’re simply verbs. They’re likely things we do often without giving them too much thought. However, we must remember that Listening, Learning, and Praying, are powerful acts with the ability to affect change in our hearts, in our churches, and in the world. With that in mind,...
First Thursdays Discussion Group--Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith

First Thursdays Discussion Group–Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith

For the spring session The First Thursday Discussion Group will move to the first Wednesday of the month. To be held at 10:00 a.m. in the Wilson Room starting February 6, 2013.  Seminarian Becca Lockwood will be leading the group.  All are invited to join in on a lively discussion of “Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith”  by Kathleen Norris.  Contact:  Lois Smith Martin   781-270-0304.   “The beloved author of “The Cloister Walk” takes readers on a moving journey in this thoroughly original investigation of...