Worship | The Dover Church
As people of faith, worship is our great communal joy. We come together every Sunday morning at 10:00 am to experience the presence of the living God, to hear words of inspiration and encouragement, guidance and comfort, and to express our faith in song and prayer. Sunday morning worship is the center of our life together as God’s people in this place, a center where we lift up our hearts and minds and lives to our Creator and Lord in joyous song, spoken prayer, thoughtful contemplation and quiet peace.
Worship is perhaps the only occasion where people of all generations spend time together in the same public place. This is one of our great joys. Different ages worship in different ways. Some are bouncy and some are silent. We are a community that welcomes everyone and embraces these differences.
There are several special services which are available at The Dover Church.
We rejoice with you as you consider being baptized and seeking baptism for your child. We love baptisms at the Dover Church. They are times of great joy for everyone. While most of our baptisms are infant or small children baptisms, we do have teenagers and adults choose to be baptized from time to time. Because we believe that it is not just the minister baptizing the person, but the whole congregation participating in the sacrament, we prefer to have baptisms as part of Sunday morning worship. Having said that, we also offer private baptisms to those who so desire. Click here to learn more about baptism at The Dover Church.
The Dover Church is a joyful place for wedding ceremonies and we would be honored to host your wedding ceremony.
If you would like to learn more about celebrating this happy and sacred event in your lives at The Dover Church, please contact our Pastor, Max Olmstead at firstname.lastname@example.org, 508-982-0422, or our Director of Congregational Life, Beth Benjamin at email@example.com.
Every Sunday morning we gather to worship God with song, prayer, reflection and community. It sounds like a strange thing to do, but this is what defines us as God’s people in this place.