Sunday Worship at Village Church
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Joint worship Sunday, Jan. 15 at the Charles Street A.M.E.
(No Village Church services).

Church services resume January 22.

9:00– 9:45 am in Burtt Chapel

10:00–11:15 am in the Sanctuary

Followed by Fellowship Hour


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 >




New to Village Church?

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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Featured News

Martin Luther King Jr. Worship
Sunday, January 15, 10:00am
For 20+ years we have worshiped with our siblings in Christ from The Historic Charles St. A.M.E. Church. They host this year at:
551 Warren Street, Roxbury, MA. 
NO worship this day at Wellesley Village Church.

Our Pastor - Sarah Sarchet Butter

We warmly welcome our new pastor, Sarah Sarchet Butter! Sarah’s agenda is getting acquainted with the people and ways of Village Church, and meeting YOU!   Introduce yourself after worship.  For more conversation with Sarah, feel free to stop in the office Tuesday-Friday, or call the office to make an appointment. 

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Season of Stewardship

As faithful servants of Christ and active stewards of the world in which we live, we at Village Church are called to share our financial blessings for the greater good.
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Latest News

This 14 piece choir, led by Karen McCue, will play before, during and after 10am worship and then lead an "instrument petting zoo" during fellowship hour following the service. Please join us for this exciting performance as our own Village Church looks forward to the 2017 introduction of our own handbell choir. 

 If you participated in the Giving Tree, did you feel that Christmas this year was perhaps a bit more transformational and not quite as transactional?

Dear friends,  Blessings to you during this Christmas Season! While most presents have been unwrapped and a few of you may have already packed away the ornaments and carted the tree to the dump, Christmas is celebrated for twelve days on the liturgical calendar.