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Worship God in New Ways

We are open for Worship at 9 am starting June 20th. We are also streaming our services online. Click links below for more information and to RSVP for in-person worship.

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Welcome to The Dover Church!
Max and Kayla Why Church?

Why Church?

Hear Max and Kayla discuss Why Church?

Make a Joyful Noise!

Music is a big part of our life together
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Outdoor Church School | The Dover Church

Child working on Lenten jar at our outdoors Sunday School.
Outdoor Sunday school.
Children at outdoor Sunday School.
Outdoor worship held in Taylor Garden.

Outdoor Church School

Sunday School This Spring 2021

11:30 AM in the Taylor Garden

Sunday School will meet at 11:30 on Sundays through the end of the school year, excepting holiday weekends. We'll be gathering out in the church's Taylor Garden, we'll wear masks, and we'll settle kids at tables individually or with their own family pods to ensure proper distancing. Each week we'll dive into a new lesson and related craft together. Kids of all ages are most welcome! If inclement weather or covid conditions should shift us to zoom, we will be sure to let families know by Saturday.

Check the enews or Christian Ed eblasts for the weekly sign up links and lesson information, and don't hesitate to reach out to Kayla (kayla@thedoverchurch.org) or Jessica (jessicabwdn2@gmail.com) with any questions!

We ask that you sign up each week for Church school so we know who will be joining us. We will coordinate teachers and materials based on who has signed up.

 

 

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Families with Children are at the center of our community of faith. Whether sharing in a Children’s Message in worship or learning about God and Jesus in Sunday School, there is so much for families with children at The Dover Church

two women engaged in a service program

At the center of the Christian life is a commitment to justice in the service of the hungry, poor, sick and homeless. Each of us have our unique calling. Our Justice and Service Ministries are always evolving to match our gifts with the needs of our neighbors.