God gave us a beautiful day for our 9:30 worship in the pine grove.

During our recent Vacation Bible School a young girl was inspired to read the Bible

Human Development and Life Journey Class begins September 18


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Upcoming Events

cumberland farmsJoin us this Sunday, August 28, for our 9:30 worship service. Popular summer preacher, Deb Damon, Director of Human Resources at Cumberland Farms, will bring us the message.   

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Summer Preaching Schedule

August 28: Deb Damon is Director of Human Resources at Cumberland Farms and has been preaching in the summer at FCC Hanover since the 1980’s.

September 4:  Rev. Philomena Hare is Chaplain at Brockton Hospital, former Social Worker for the Brockton Salvation Army, and a member of United Church of Christ Norwell.

Click here to check out these wonderful short videos on YouTube that church member Jack Shea produced every day of Vacation Bible School on the FCC Hanover site. They have some wonderful pictures of the kids and tell what they learned about Jesus.


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