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We are open for Worship at 10 am. 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
A New England Congregational Church in the United Church of Christ

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Request Prayers

Prayer, the act of lifting up our most heartfelt joys and sorrows to our Creator, the plugging of our hearts into the heart of the universe, is perhaps the ultimate expression of faith. Studies have proven that prayer has a positive effect on both the person praying and the person being prayed for.

We pray that you might join us in prayer and share the stirrings of you heart here. God bless you and keep you.

At our Sunday worship services, we read aloud the names of those known to our congregation who need our prayers. When you request that a name be placed on the list of those who suffer in body, mind, or spirit, that person's name will be read aloud at the Sunday service following the request.

Please contact our pastors with your prayer requests so that we might pray with you.

 

Image of a hymnal, open to the hymn "Seek Ye First," with this text: "Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God"

Music is the sea on which our worship floats, warming our hearts and inspiring our life together at The Dover Church. If you love to sing or play an instrument, we have a place for you.

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.