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      Summer Worship at Village Church - July 6 - August 31

9:00 am in Village Common
After worship join us for Punch on the Portico

All ages welcome; childcare provided

We will be joining our sisters and brothers in ecumenical worship during August.

 August 3 - Wellesley Hills Congregational Church 

         The Rev. Adrian Robbins Cole

       August 10 - St. Andrew's Episcopal Church 

The Rev. Dr. Mary Luti

       August 17 - Christ Church United Methodist 

The Rev. Dr. Matt Wooster

       August 24 - The Village Church

The Rev. Dr. Hope Luckie

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Summer Worship will begin on Sunday, July 6. As we have done in past years, worship will begin at 9 am in Village Common. After the Worship Service, there will be a time of fellowship and "Punch on the Portico."  In addition, we will be joining our sisters and brothers in ecumenical worship during August.  We look forward to worshipping together.

Starting July 1, the church office will be open from 9 am to 12 noon, Monday through Friday. Please ring the doorbell if you find the Central Street door locked. We will be answering the phones from 9 am to 12 noon.

In 2000, when the Churchyard Committee began its effort to create the Memorial Path in the church cemetery, the required research made clear the origin of the church cemetery as the first burying ground in the precinct of West Needham, the early name of what is now Wellesley.  Of course this was not a new discovery -  the fact is documented well in the history of Welles