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Weekly Worship Services
9:00–9:45 am, First Worship

10:00–11:15 am, Traditional Worship

Join us for Fellowship following 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.
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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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For Such A Time As This

Our Capital Appeal is off to a great start as we work toward June 1 Commitment Sunday.   Click for links to see fun videos and more!
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Meet Our Members

We are young, old, gay, straight, single, married, divorced, sure, doubting, sinners, saints… Learn more about who we are and why we love this place.
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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

Saturday, October 25, 8:30 - 11:30 am Led by church members, Liz Garrigan-Byerly and Ellen DiPaola of Honoring Choices Massachusetts, we'll explore some of the most important and relevant decisions involving health care and other end-of-life preparations, decisions and personal conversations.

October 26, 3 pm Please join us as we recognize the formal covenant between our new Associate Pastor, Liz Garrigan-Byerly, the Metropolitan Boston Association and the Wellesley Village Church. Reception to follow.

October 30, 6pm, Westin Hotel, Waltham; $50 Sponsored by Good Shepherd Community Care, Dr. Gawande will discuss his new book, "Being Mortal," which calls for a radical new approach to how we think about end of life care. Cost covers dinner and a copy of the book. To register please contact Liz Garrigan-Byerly by October 16th.