Whether you're new to the area, exploring faith, or looking for a place to call home, you are welcome here.
We gather every Sunday at 10am to Worship God. We worship through the Liturgy, Sacraments, and Word. Our church gatherings are normally 60 minutes long.
What if I don't know what I believe?
Regardless of where you are on the spiritual spectrum, you are welcome at FCC Boylston. We want to help you disvcover God's love for you. You don't have to believe like us or behave like us in order to belong with us.
What is Liturgy?
Liturgy means the work of the people. When we gather to worship God, we do so as a community. To accomplish this, we read prayers together, sing songs together, and learn to follow the way of Jesus together. To facilitate our worship, we use worship guides, so make sure to pick one up on your way in.
What are Sacraments?
Sacraments are means of Grace, which is an archaic way to say that sacraments are gifts Jesus gives the church to help us become who God created us to be. The two sacraments are Baptism and Holy Communion (we participate in Holy Communion on the First Sunday of the month).
What is the Word?
The short answer is the Bible. God has revealed himself through the Bible. In the Bible, we learn God's story and where we fit in that story — a story of hope, love, grace, and redemption. This story centers on the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Because of this, we gather around the teaching of the Word to better know and love God and become better followers of Jesus, to be sent on God's mission to rescue the world.
What about my kids?
First, we want you to know that we love kids!
Infant through Two: Nursery is offered for the entire worship gathering. When you enter our building, someone will gladly show you to our clean, safe, and newly renovated nursery.
If you would rather your child stay with you, we support and celebrate that decision.
Preschool - Elementary: We offer Sunday School for these ages. Kids gather with the whole church for the first portion of our service. After we sing a couple of songs, kids are invited to Sunday School. Our Sunday School Volunteers will escort the kids to their space downstairs. What should I wear?
Whatever you feel most comfortable wearing. We care about you not what you wear. But if you are concerned about not wanting to stand out, our church tends to dress more on the business casual side of things.
10 Church Street, Boylston, MA 01505Phone: (508)869-2027Email: Admin@fcc-boylston.org
Join us for Worship every Sunday at 10:00 am.10 Church Street, Boylston, MA 01505(508) 869-2027
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The Boylston Food Pantry, located on the lower level of Town Hall (Hillside Ave) is open to all Boylston residents regardless of age. FCC Boylston has joyfully assumed the role of stocking the shelves and providing staffing and administrative support. A grocery cart at the church serves as one of the several drop-off points in town. We love that it fills up quickly as we do our part to help those in need.
Become part of our mission to provide special care and attention to
our senior members, youth away at college, and members serving in the
military. Cards, care packages, phone calls, “Prayer Bears”, and
seasonal goodie baskets are part of what we do to make sure members of
our church community know we are thinking of them and to brighten their
As a part of the local community and the greater world at large, we accept our responsibility to reach out to those in need, to participate in community projects, and to share God’s love outside the confines of our building. Volunteer opportunities abound through FCC Boylston.