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

Pilgrim’s Progress Sunday School

Sinking mud, deadly arrows and dragon-like lords… sounds like adventure! If you have never read The Pilgrim’s Progress—and even if you have—you’re in for a treat.

We will be reading this timeless classic of the Christian faith at 9 am on Sunday mornings, with break-out groups for adults and kids grades K-12.

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A Festival of Hymns

Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation

Join us on Saturday, October 29 at 4pm for a free cantata featuring choir, organ, brass, bells, narrations and congregational singing. From Martin Luther’s iconic hymn, A Mighty Fortress is Our God, to a newer hymn written by contemporary hymn-writers Keith Getty and Stuart Townend, the audience will be treated to some of the best known and loved hymns of all time,

October 31, 2017 is the 500 th anniversary of what many consider to be the kick-off event of the Protestant Reformation, the posting of Martin Luther’s Theses to the door of Wittenberg Castle, in 1517. It’s not an exaggeration to say that without the Protestant Reformation, the history of the western world would be very different.

If you enjoy singing hymns, or are interested in history, or if you just want to celebrate the Reformation, please come to this exciting event. Admission is free and a reception will follow. Please call 508-947- 1881 for additional information.

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