What's Going on at The Dover Church

Worship God in New Ways

Worship in-person in Taylor garden at 9:00AM (registration required) or from home online at 10:00AM.
A young boy at The Dover Church

Kids & Youth Programs

Sing, learn, and make new friends.
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Prayer, Study and Friendship

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Dover Church Habitat for Humanity team

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We are responding to the unique needs of our world at this moment.
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Sanctuary Choir | The Dover Church

Sanctuary Choir on Agape Sunday
Sanctuary Choir during Advent

Sanctuary Choir

The Sanctuary Choir focuses on vocal technique, musical skill-building, and ensemble skills. New members are always welcome as musical proficiency is not required. Members include both accomplished singers and musicians as well as those who have a passion for singing and limited or no formal choral experience. Our mission is to enhance the worship experience as we praise God through song.

Currently we are recording hymns to be played during our streamed Sunday services. Christine records the organ track which is sent to all who wish to join us. You may sing the melody regardless of your natural vocal range, or choose to sing any of the four parts. We have some members who sing multiple tracks to sing both tenor and bass, or soprano and alto. After you record your track(s), you send back to Christine to edit/incorporate into the final “full” choral piece to be used in our services. Our repertoire scheduled this season includes both sacred and secular music, focusing on current composers and arrangements with a traditional flair.

THIS ENSEMBLE IS OPEN TO ALL, REGARDLESS OF EXPERIENCE

Please contact Christine Hogan for more information.

 

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People in worship in the Dover Church sanctuary

We are A Welcoming Community of Faith and Service since 1762 and an Open and Affirming Congregation in The United Church of Christ.

Rev. Dr. Max Olmstead preaching

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.