Change in Worship at Rindge UCC

Dear Friends,

While we may not be able to join together in person, we can still worship as a one Body.   By clicking on the Rooted in Hope tab above you will find inspirational videos.   Sunday worship videos offer 25 minutes of prayer, pastoral reflection and grounding in God.

We also invite our church family to stay connected by choosing one of more of the  options listed below.   In this way we hope to to  continue being "The Church."

​1. Phone chain connecting:  We will connect a small group of members through a phone chain. We will provide you with some discussion questions and ask you to call the next person on your phone chain. It is our hope that each partner will have the opportunity to discuss their thoughts or ideas about the scripture and the devotional video. You don’t need a profound response, we simply want you to connect with your fellow members through a brief and friendly phone conversation.     

 2. Face Book Group:  Those who wish to be engaged in a written conversation are invited to join our closed Facebook group. We will launch the chat on Saturday with a few questions to reflect on. Participants can share their ideas and thoughts throughout the weekend using the private Facebook page.  

3. Join the Virtual community service:  We will gather together using an on-line service (like Zoom or Face chat) for a time of open conversation and dialogue on Sunday at 10 am. Should you choose this form of connecting, instructions on joining the virtual community will be sent to you. This option does require reliable internet connection. 

If you are interested in participating, let us know via e-mail which option you would like.  please click here.  

Rindge UCC

The Church on the Common

Rindge, New Hampshire

Our church is accessible to all mobility needs.  We have ramp access to the first floor and elevator access to the sanctuary on the second floor.

Worship with Us

In Person Worship temporarily suspended - see letter above 


 ​6 Payson Hill Rd., Rindge, NH

 "The Church on the Common"