Serving from the Heart of the Island since 1673
Embracing God's gift of Jesus' life as our example, and the Holy Spirit as our guide, our mission is to be a church that attracts, welcomes, serves and supports all ages and all people, ever challenged to live in harmony and joy with greater faith, hope and love. We welcome and embrace with affirmation, all persons of every age, race, culture, marital status and family structure, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, political affiliation, physical and mental ability, economic and social status and religious background, including non-believers and seekers.
Join Us for Sunday Worship 10:00 AM
1051 State Road
West Tisbury, MA 02575
Hurricane Dorian Disaster Relief
Churches and individuals wanting to help hurricane victims should be aware that financial donations are most effective, efficient and beneficial to survivors. They can be made online through such channels as One Great Hour of Sharing, the Emergency USA Fund and the International Emergency Relief Fund, all found at the UCC's Donate to Disaster Relief web page.
Our extravagant welcome begins with a warm greeting at the front door, continues through a worship service that strives to be mindful of the first time visitor, the unchurched, and the vulnerable. Our extravagant welcome includes our commitment to being an Open and Affirming (ONA) church. We welcome people of all ages, abilities, race, ethnicity, gender orientation, sexuality, and faith backgrounds, including those with doubts and no faith at all.
By allowing our hearts to be broken open by the suffering and struggles of our neighbors, near and far, we have discovered vast resources and strength for service, compassion, and social action. Like so many churches in the world, our passion is for feeding our community with wholesome food and love.
We recognize that people are hungry for spiritual wisdom and hungry for the opportunity to share their spiritual journeys with one another. Some people find their hunger is met through worship; others need more. We feed one another spiritually in a variety of ways, through Sunday worship services, our Sunday School program and through small groups.
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