Quincy Point Congregational Church

What to Expect

 The “Accessible to All” entrance via the Abbey Road side of the building, complete with designated parking spots

The “Accessible to All” entrance via the Abbey Road side of the building, complete with designated parking spots

 
 

Welcome to Quincy Point Congregational Church 

United Church of Christ 

We gather for worship on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. Our services include music, scriptures, sermons and prayer. The sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month. In addition to our Sunday worship services, we have services for Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated during our Sunday morning worship service.

 General Parking is located in our main lot at the Dunkin Donuts side of building (with a few Accessible spaces for those that can walk up stairs).

Accessible spaces with elevator access are located on Abbey Road side of building.

We hope you enjoy worshipping with us.  If you are visiting, we invite you to check out our Welcome informational cards in the pew hymn holders.  Please fill out a "Connect," "Give," or "Pray" card and either hand them to an usher during the prayer card collection time, or place them in the offertory plate.  

 Following worship is a time of Fellowship located in our Social Hall downstairs.  Join us for light refreshments and sparkling conversation.

 QPCC has an elevator; please ask an usher for directions.  And while you are at Fellowship hour, please take a moment to sign either the birthday or "thinking of you" cards located at the Big Blue Q information table.

 Bathroom facilities:  We have “accessible”  bathroom facilities located downstairs.    Please ask an usher for directions.

 Facebook or Twitter check-in!  Before worship, let your family and friends know you are worshipping here.  You are always welcome to re-tweet or share the church’s posts.

Some gentle reminders:  Please, no flash photography during the worship service.  AND, please remember to silence or turn off your phones.  Thank you!