traditional worship progressive theology welcoming community
Faithful Service to God and Community
WHO WE ARE
THE FIRST CHURCH IN JAFFREY
… formed in 1780, a church for ALL SEASONS in the 21st century
We covenant with one another and with God, as members and friends of The First Church in Jaffrey, to unite in Christian fellowship, worship, and service exemplifying the teachings of Jesus Christ.
We covenant to communicate openly and respectfully, seeking a vision for our church in the world.
Like our forebears, we depend on the Grace of God and the Holy Spirit to lead, inspire, and empower us to love one another and to seek peace and justice.
All who wish to be in covenant with us are welcome regardless of age, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual or gender identity or expression, physical or mental ability, education, immigration status or economic status.
The First Church in Jaffrey is a member of the United Church of Christ and as such, shares a common goal to be in covenant with the church universal and all of God’s creation.
MEET THE FIRST CHURCH IN JAFFREY
The First Church in Jaffrey started in 1780, and these days is an engaged, active, contributing member to the wider Monadnock community. No matter who you are, or where you are in life, you are welcome at The First Church in Jaffrey. This congregation is a member of the wider United Church of Christ and practices traditional and creative worship, sharing diverse and progressive theologies and finding music an important means of developing spirituality.
WORSHIP WITH US
ABOUT FIRST CHURCH IN JAFFREY UCC
First Church In Jaffrey UCC is one of the oldest congregations in the Monadnock Region. We are a small but vibrant congregation dedicated to serving the spiritual, educational, and cultural needs of the surrounding community. As a member of the United Church of Christ we are deeply rooted in seeking God’s Beloved Community and our doors are always open to anyone looking for a place to worship, connect and serve. Contact us, or visit us to learn more about how to become a part of our congregation.