Adult Programs | The Dover Church
At the heart of our life together are relationships. People come to The Dover Church to meet new people and build lasting and meaningful friendships. We have a number of forums for finding your friendship place and are alway evolving and adding new opportuntiies as our community grows and changes.
We have a number of church-wide social events that we hope you will join us for, including Fat Sunday, Spring and Fall Socials, Celebration and Welcome Back Sundays, World Communion Sunday, and an Advent Workshop.
Our Ladies Who Lunch are a social group of women who meet monthly for lunch. We meet at the Wellesley College Club (727 Washington St, Wellesley, MA 02481). We hope you will join us. Please check the church calendar for our next lunch date!
Chapel Bell Choir runs September through May. Music Director, Christine Hogan rehearses with the Chapel Bell Choir Wednesday evenings from 6:45-7:30pm in the Music Room. When ringing on a Sunday morning we rehearse at 9:10 in the Sanctuary.
Our 2019-2020 Season begins September 11.
We invite all of the men in our congregation to join us for breakfast! This group meets monthly to network and socialize. They also work on several community service projects during the year. We hope you will join us.
Once a month, from September to June, we offer free movie matinees. We work with the Dover Council on Aging (COA). We welcome everyone to join us for coffee, dessert, popcorn and a movie on our big screen! We hope you will join us. Check the calendar for the upcoming movie listing.
Yoga with Max is a moderate Kripalu yoga aimed for people of all abilities and experience. The goal of the class is to promote spiritual and physical well being through a series of postures that can be adapted for those who need either less or more strenuous experience. The class meets on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9 am until 10:15 am in our Kraft Hall. The class is free, although free will offerings are welcome.
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.