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Oldtown Church says thank you!

As the year winds down, we the members of the First Congregational Church, affectionately known as "Oldtown Church," would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who have supported us in any way during this past year.

 

 

We have held many events, some of which were open houses, concerts, yard sales, our fair, and the always popular suppers, "where a supper is more than a meal, it's a tradition."

 

 



 
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Oldtown Church, North Attleborough

Click to learn more about the First Congregational Church of North Attleborough (Oldtown)...

We are the First Congregational Church of North Attleborough, a spirited congregation in the Congregational tradition and with standing in the United Church of Christ denomination.

Founded in 1712, we were the first church of the Attleboros and our history is seen in our 1828 Meetinghouse that is on the Historic Register. Every spring, hundreds of school children include the Oldtown Church on their historical tour of the town. They sit in the pews with the little doors, marvel at the original globe lights and get tickled by the Tithingman's stick.

But we’re much more than a museum! We meet for worship and church school every Sunday and serve our community in many ways. The Oldtown suppers and the Oldtown Fair are well-known. But it is our spirit of hospitality that marks our church as a special place. You will find a wonderful welcome here. We take seriously the Bible's admonition to "show hospitality to one another... serve one another with whatever gift you have received."

In serving Christ we find a wonderful joy and an extraordinary fellowship. We see and feel the Holy Spirit among us as we strive to be faithful disciples of Christ. We are informal and family oriented, yet maintain the reverence of our reformed tradition.

Come to worship some Sunday. Bring the children to Church School. Come sing in our choir, or play the handchimes. Be part of our prayer-life. There is a place here for you... a pew with a little door on it waiting for you to open it.


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