Barre Congregational Church
30 Park Street
A Message From Pastor Margaret
Lessons From Traveling in the Snow!
On my way home from church on Sunday,
I quickly realized how out of shape I am driving
in the snow. After church I noticed that the
snow had begun to stick to the ground, and
so I rushed to get on the road before it
became too difficult for me to drive. I reminded
myself to take a slow and steady approach
and carefully gave way to those who were
on a higher speed than my 30/35 mph journey!
It did not help to see a car that slid off the
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Welcoming & Serving
the Quabbin Area of Massachusetts
Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
Community Friendship Suppers (CFS)
We are so happy to be able to welcome members of our community to a free meal prepared by our Community Friendship Supper volunteers. We are offering to-go meals on the third Thursday of every month, between 5:30-6:30 p.m.
On February 15th, we'll be serving hot meatball sandwiches!
From the Church Committee
Lights and Locks. Just a reminder that if you come
into the church and turn on lights, please make sure
the lights are turned off before you leave the church.
Also, make sure the doors are locked
Welcome to the Barre Congregational Church Website!
A congregation of the United Church of Christ, Barre Congregational Church (BCCUCC) is located on the Common in Barre, Massachusetts. We are a caring community of Christ committed to reaching out into the wider community. We offer ourselves as ministers of grace, healing, understanding, inclusiveness, reconciliation, and joy for the sake of showing our love for Jesus.
Our Pastor: Margaret Keyser
New and Noteworthy
Music and Song in Our Church -- Here's a Peek!
Youth Group & Missions Committee Clothing Drive Helps Several in Our Community
The Youth Group and Missions Committee collected socks, hats, mittens and gloves for all ages during November and December to help those in
need in our area. These items, plus books and other cold-weather gear, were distributed to kids in our community who were in particular need this season. Thank you to the Youth Group and the Missions Committee for organizing and running the drive, and to Ruggles Lane School for identifying students in need of a helping hand this year.