*In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be offering online options for worship. Please check back for updates. Stay safe. God bless you.

Sunday, March 29 at 10:00am


Please join us *virtually* for Sunday worship at 10am!


You are welcome any Sunday for our worship service. Hear comforting music. Listen in to a weekly sermon about how God’s love and the grace of Christ can make a difference in our lives and in our world.  Come pray for your deepest needs and pray together with us for our community, our families,  friends and those in need. Hear the weekly Children's Sermon. Children can enjoy Church School and Youth can join in on Youth class. Enjoy refreshments with us. We always have abundant and delicious baked goods and the coffee’s hot. Meet kind people. Find hope. We have a saying: No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you're welcome here.


You can find our live worship on Facebook Live or Zoom.






Maundy Thursday

Thursday, April 9th at 7:30pm



Come worship with us for this Thursday of Holy Week, April 17th at 7:30 p.m.
The Maundy Thursday service is a time of the holiest of sacred music, prayer, communion, scripture, candlelight, bell tolling, and silence as we journey together through the passion of Christ.
Wherever you are in life's journey, you are welcome here: friend, neighbor, stranger, alike.
Want to know more about Maundy Thursday? See below.

“Maundy Thursday” is derived from the Latin word mandatum meaning “commandment.” The primary commandment of Jesus’ message is found in the story of the Last Supper when Jesus humbles himself and commands his disciples to “Love one another as I have loved you” (John 13:34).
Following communion, the service of Tenebrae follows, meaning “darkness” or “shadows,” and has been practiced by the church since medieval times. We join Christians of many generations throughout the world in using the liturgy of Tenebrae. Readings trace the story of Christ’s passion, music portrays his pathos, and the power of silence and darkness suggests the drama of this momentous day.
As lights are extinguished, we ponder the depth of Christ’s suffering and death; and through the return of the small but persistent flame of the Christ candle at the conclusion of the service, we anticipate the joy of ultimate victory. Come journey and worship with us.


You can find this event live on Facebook Live and Zoom.



You are cordially invited to a six week Bible study that pairs a six to thirteen minute TED Talk with a passage from Scripture. Discussion questions invite groups to talk about how their faith connects with daily life. Topics include everyday leadership, doubt, identity, community, and perseverance.

All Are welcome. No pre-requisites. You don't need to be a church attendee or member.  You don't need to come with biblical knowledge. What IS required? Goodwill. That's it.  It's free.. If you would like the booklet, you can find it here:


You can find this event live on Facebook Live and Zoom.


Good Friday

Friday, April 10, 2020 at 12 PM – 3 PM


Good Friday is the holiest of holy days. We, at East Weymouth Congregational Church recognize that one should have a place to be alone with their thoughts and prayers. As in past years we will once again open our doors to provide an opportunity for everyone who desires some quiet time with their thoughts, and with God, to enter for as long as you wish. Traditionally the sanctuary is open between 12 Noon and 3:00 P.M. Come, for a few minutes or for the entire time. There is sacred music and candles so you can light a candle with your prayer.


You can find this event live on Facebook Live and Zoom.

Palm Sunday

Sunday, April 5, 2020 at 10 AM – 11 AM

Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter. The liturgy reenacts Jesus’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem with a procession and palm branches.

The Gospels describe Jesus entering Jerusalem before his crucifixion, riding on a colt or a donkey. A crowd of people greeted him with cries of Hosanna, which is an expression of prayer or joy, and threw coats and branches at his feet to honor him. The Gospel According to John specifically mentions palm branches, which were a sign of victory in pre-Christian times.

The observance of Palm Sunday dates back to at least the fourth century, recorded first by Egeria in her account of her pilgrimage to the Holy Land in the early 380s.


You can find this event live on Facebook Live and Zoom.





Easter Sunday

Sunday, April 12, 2020 at 9:15 AM Breakfast

10 AM– 11 AM Family Friendly Easter Worship


Come join us a light Easter breakfast at 9:15 a.m. followed by a special Easter Family Friendly Worship at 10 a.m. with Special Music, an Easter Message of hope and Christ’s love, prayers, fun activities for children, including an indoor Easter Egg hung, nursery, special gifts for our guests, and delicious baked goods & refreshments. Donations of nonperishable food
for Interfaith Social Services will be accepted. All ages warmly welcome! Come celebrate Christ’s resurrection with us.

No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here. May you find Easter joy & hope! For more information --

You can find this event live on Facebook Live and Zoom.