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Sunday Worship at Village Church
Wellesley Village Church Steeple

9:00 - 9:45 am, First Worship
10:00–11:15 am, Traditional Worship

All ages welcome; children's programs provided.

Innovative or traditional, informal or grand, organ or choir or mandolin… Worship comes in many flavors, but the Living God is always there. LEARN MORE >

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Welcome! No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, we are glad you are visiting us and look forward to greeting you in person.

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Preaching that is inspiring and relevant, that engages head and heart, mind and spirit, body and soul, is a hallmark of worship at Village Church.
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Capital Campaign Updates

We welcome you to browse the progress of our initiatives and you can click through for more recent updates.

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Meet Sarah Sarchet Butter

We are delighted to welcome our new Senior Pastor Sarah Sarchet Butter.  Sarah looks forward to starting full-time responsibilities at Village Church in August.

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Weekly Devotional

Our devotional, written by pastors and laypeople, offers a reflection on our faith, our questions, and the places where we encounter God in our daily lives.
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Latest News

At First Worshp and Worship in the Sanctuary, we will celebrate the end of Eastertide, the gift of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, and the birthday of the church. Wear RED, the color of the Spirit! (The 10 a.m. service will be a 'whole people of God' Sunday, accessible to little people and big people alike.)

During Worship in the Sanctuary at 10 a.m. we will celebrate the gift of glorious music David has given us all these years. A festive reception follows in Village Common.

In both services we will celebrate God's wondrous creation. At 2 pm, we will offer God's blessing to our animal companions--including household pets, stuffed animals and photos of pets who cannot attend. This will be a community-wide celebration, including animals from a local shelter and the Wellesley Police Department, among many others.