If you’re new here, you likely have many questions. What does this church believe? What do you do on Sunday mornings? What is your community like? What kind of ministries do you provide? These are big questions, maybe bigger than we can answer on a website, but we’re grateful for an opportunity to begin here with you.

First Congregational Church at the Green is fully committed to God’s Word. Read our Statement of Faith. We believe that the Bible is inspired by God and contains no errors. It contains all the truth we need to build our lives upon—including the truth that each and every person needs a Savior, and the only true Savior is Jesus.

Dana J. Smith, M.Div. joined Church at the Green in 2021. He is a Pennsylvania native with a love for New England. In fact, his wife Kristen is Massachusetts born and raised. Together, Dana and Kristen have served in local churches and abroad in France. They have three boys (Micah, Caleb and Jude). They love outdoor activities, especially with their pup Boo. In all aspects of ministry, Dana emphasizes sound, biblical (Reformed) preaching. Read more about Dana in his own words here: Our Pastor

Our Sunday morning services are “traditional.” We sing a blend of Psalms and hymns, some old, some new. We provide nursery (ages 0-3) and Children’s Church (ages 4-7), but kids are also welcome to stay and worship through the whole service. Our liturgy and worship are designed to guide participants from a humble awareness of our sin to freedom and joy in Jesus.

We provide childcare, Sunday School, and midweek programs.

Adult Discipleship

Kids Activities

Our worship service begins at 10:30 am during the “school year” (September to June).

During the summer months (mid-June to August), we begin at 9:30 am.

You’ll see most people dressed casually: khakis, jeans, polo-shirts, some ties and suit jackets. Sunday morning is a special time to worship God and most people reflect their attitude of worship by wearing something nicer than everyday clothes.

Park anywhere! We have lots of parking spaces on both sides of our big white meetinghouse. Come right in the front doors, grab a bulletin (or service program) and find a seat.

Good question! Our historic meetinghouse doesn’t have indoor plumbing, so bathrooms are located across the parking lot in our CE Building. Our Sunday School classrooms and nursery are also located in the CE Building.