COVID 19 UPDATE: We are suspending Sunday morning worship at this time. All Sunday Services will be held online via Zoom. Please look below for details.  Palm Sunday will also be held online.  For all up-to-date info, please visit our April Newsletter.


Please join us for Sunday Service, Live and Online!

Follow the steps below to tune into weekly services, at 10:30am


If you don't have a Zoom Account, you can download the app here on your device, and proceed with their instructions.


If you would like to see a quick tutorial on how to join a meeting, click below.  NOTE: You don't have to wait for an invite.  See step three.


Below is the link to the service on March 29th.  Please consider joining early, around 10:20.


 Mute your computer so your microphone is OFF. In the lower left hand corner, your microphone icon should have a red slash through it to indicate that it is off.

Meeting ID: 570 978 570

Dear Friends,


Some might say, "I was never trained to deal with a pandemic". I say, all Christians have been trained to deal with the most unusual and difficult of crisis. In worship we hear the words of Jesus as he dealt with a unique crisis. In worship we train how to respond in the times of great need. In worship we hear about our God who loves people enough to give endlessly to us. Now is the time we have trained for. Now is the time when we must be thoughtful about ourselves and our activities as well as others and their needs. Now is the time to alter habits and traditions for the well being of the larger community. Now is the time to find new ways to reach out to others including family, friends and neighbors. How we respond to the pandemic may well be what either makes the Church into what it was built to be or to reduces it into insignificance. We are created to be great and turn the world into what God created us and it to be. Let us be about our work.


The church will make efforts to stay in touch with all our people and to offer comfort and hope in a time of anxiety and distress. The church isn't going away, it is responding to the needs and crisis in a new way. We Christians are a people called to be courageous and creative in unusual times and we are in such a time. I believe when the coronavirus is no longer a danger, we will find ourselves to be stronger in our faith, ministries, courage and hope than we have been. It is time to be faithful to both God and others.

Peace and health to all.

Interim Pastor Don Hammond

-An Open and Affirming Congregation-

10:30am Sunday Worship



Our mission is to be an inclusive community of faith that preaches the word of God, teaches the love of Jesus Christ, and reaches out to all through the Holy Spirit.


P.O. Box 414

2 North St.

Kennebunkport, ME   





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