Welcome to Our Church

You might know us as “Church at the Green” or “that big white church” on Route 105 in Middleboro. Established in 1694, God has been faithful to First Congregational for more than 300 years. Today, we continue to worship Him with a passion for the Gospel and its transformative power in our lives.

If you’re new here, you likely have many questions about who we are and what we believe. We hope you’ll plan to visit, experience a worship service, talk to church members…but in the meantime, we’re thankful for the opportunity to begin answering your questions here:

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Join Us • Sunday Mornings • 10:30 am

Investigate the Claims of Christianity

At this church, we desire your questions. We want to give you resources and provide a listening ear.

In Matthew 28, two women go to the tomb of Jesus to mourn his death. It’s been 3 days since he was crucified and buried, but shockingly, Jesus isn’t there.

An angel at the tomb announces to the women, “He is risen!” Then the angel beckons, “Come and see.” Nowhere does the Scripture call for blind belief. Rather we are invited to check its claims out for ourselves.


“The Essential Jesus” Sunday School

This year, the Church at the Green will seek to see Jesus. We’re taking a special break from traditional Sunday School to unify our church—all ages, all stages of life—around finding Jesus in Scripture and being transformed by His powerful love.

We will meet 14 times (schedule posted to your right) from September to May. We’ll start with worship and prayer, hear a lesson from a curriculum called Essential Jesus, and then participate in activities and crafts that illustrate the lesson. The activities will be simple and clear—understandable and fun for everyone from kids to seniors.

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We Are Praying For You

Did you receive a prayer card in the mail? Or do you have a prayer need? This church is committed to love and pray for our neighbors.

If you have a prayer concern, we have a special email and phone mailbox to take prayer requests. We will pray for you and contact you, if you’d like.

Prayer Reach
6 Plympton Street (Route 105) Middleboro