Contact, Directions & Parking | The Dover Church
Contact, Directions & Parking
The Dover Church
17 Springdale Avenue
P.O. Box 305
Dover, MA, 02030
We are located on Meeting House Hill (have been since 1762) in the center of Dover… We have two driveways, the one near Dunkin' Donuts being the entrance and the one heading away from downtown being the exit. For driving directions, please click map below which will take you to our location Google Maps.
We have four designated visitor parking spots located directly to the right once you come up the driveway. If these and the entire upper lot is full, we have additional parking in the town lot to the right of our driveway. Stairs up the hill are located directly across from Dunkin' Donuts.
Two parking spots for people with mobility challenges are located by the administration wing ramp and door, which is to the right in the back corner of the parking lot when you come up the driveway. Once inside the door, the elevator is located directly to the left. Please speak with our staff or ushers if you feel you need assistance.
Our church office is open 9 am to 3 pm, Monday through Friday, during the program year. In the summer months, the office is open on reduced hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 am to 12 noon.
Our Administrative Assistant or our Director of Congregational Life will be happy to assist you with church business and building arrangements.
Our Pastor can be reached by calling the office or his mobile number, 508-982-0422.
Our Pastor, Max Olmstead, observes his Sabbath (day off) on Fridays.
Daring to name the pain weighing down or the song exulting your heart can make all the difference. To pray your prayers for you is an answer to our prayers. "God bless you and keep you. God make his face to shine upon you and give you peace." Amen.
At the center of worship in our Christian tradition is the sermon, a time to reflect on where God’s Word intersects, informs, enriches and directs our lives. In the sermon our in-house theologian, our pastor, seeks to help people see themselves and their lives in the light of God’s love and command to love others.