We recognize that many people who visit a church for the first time do so with a bit of fear and a touch of anxiety. It is our hope when you come you experience a warm welcome and a sense that you belong at First Congregational Church Randolph. Our Space is a spiritual home to a diverse group of people: believers and questioners and doubters. We all come from a wide range of backgrounds and faith perspectives, who come together to worship God. We love Jesus and the Love he modeled in his life, death and resurrection. We want to Connect, Grow and Serve God, Others and God's creation.
We have raised common questions and provided answers to help you in making your decision to join us easier. but the best way to get to know who we are is to talk with the people here. Don’t hesitate to strike up a conversation with one of our pastors, deacons, greeters, or the people in your pew, and learn more about our life of worship, fellowship, and service together.
What to Expect
What happens during Church?
We worship God through the liturgical year through Word and Song.
Do you offer childcare or Sunday School?
Children and families of all sorts are welcome in our faith community. Childcare is available at our Sunday morning service. For details on Christian formation offerings for children, youth and adults GROW.
What should I wear?
Some people come dressed in their Sunday best. Others dress more casually. Either way, we believe that God cares more about you than what you wear. Please come dressed in the way that feels most comfortable for you.
How long do services last?
Our Sunday morning worship service is usually a little over one hour.
Yes, We have coffee hour following morning worship.
Do you offer a Sunday Bible study for adults?
Yes, We have periodic Bible or book discussions.
Is the church handicapped accessible?
Yes, First Congregational Church of Randoph is Handicapped accessible.
Is there a coffee hour or fellowship time after church?