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It's our 100th anniversary year! Here's the Picture of the Week

       from our long and joyous history.       

Group 21's spring luncheon at the Coachmen's Inn, May 22, 1991.

Front row: Betty Evens, Margaret Conner, Belle Rowland, Mary LaPage,

Dorothy Parenti, Pauline Oliver, Gwen Burtis, Helen McCord.

Back row: Jane Walters, Jeanne Holmes, Virginia McKinley, Harriet Jaeger,

Lee Pfetsch, Marie Edmister, Elizabeth Gort, Marion Ritter, Margaret Sprague,

Dorothy Higgins, Jean Moncton, Pauline Oakland, Marjorie Baum, Alice Mitchell.

 

              Welcome!

We're glad you found our Web site, and thank you for taking the time to view our pages.  Now try the real thing: Come worship with us!  We worship every Sunday at 10 a.m.

Since our founding 100 years ago, we at Amherst Community Church have strived to be a faithful witness to the Gospel.  We see ourselves as a welcoming faith community, hospitable to all who come seeking the grace of God and the love of Christ. Jesus didn't turn anybody away, and neither do we!

We are proud of our exciting new Christian education curriculum for children (and there are learning opportunities for the grown-ups, too).  We're proud of our excellent and lively music program.  We're proud of our status as a true community church, with dozens of groups meeting in our historic building.  We are proudly affiliated with the United Church of Christ.

But most of all, we're proud to be a church where the Holy Spirit is working – through worship, fellowship, Bible study, prayer and outreach – in our life and the life of the world.  We look forward to your visit!

Grace and peace,

Rev. Scott Thomas
Senior Minister

 
An open and affirming congregation