Central Congregational Church
An Open and Affirming Church
We are always happy to welcome you to our church. Whether you are a visitor with us, a member or a friend, the warmth of our fellowship is yours. If you choose to worship with us, we encourage you to introduce yourself to the pastor, one of the ushers, or any church member, following the service.
Central Congregational Church was formed in 1909 by the union of three downtown Congregational Churches: North, organized in 1768; Prospect Street, organized in 1793, and Whitefield, organized in 1849. The first sanctuary on this spot was a wooden one built in 1768. It was replaced by a red brick one in 1826, which was extensively damaged by fire in 1861. This building was restored and improved, and is our present sanctuary.
Central Congregational Church is a member of the United Church of Christ.
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"No matter who you are or where you are on your journey, you are welcome here. God is still speaking"