Our Mission

Our mission is to deepen our current relationships (in and outside of the church) and increase our congregation’s ties to our communities by reaching out through the use of our resources, human, financial and structural, so we might bear witness, in action and speech, to God’s presence in the world.

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Our Church is located in historical Montague Center, Massachusetts, one of five small villages that comprise the Town of Montague. Our Music program, Sunday School, the Mission projects, Church Suppers, Christmas Fairs and Old Home Days are just a few of the ways we enjoy living and sharing our faith in the community! Join us as we walk together in life’s journey to seek God’s ways, Sing His praises, Learn and Share His Word and be Ambassadors of Christ and the Church.


The Montague Church is caring community of Christians who gather together to share in worship, prayer, education, and fellowship. We seek to live our faith by example and action in service to the larger community and the world. All are welcome to attend our services, participate in our educational programs, and join in our fellowship and world services.


No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are most welcome here!

We believe the UCC is called to be a united and uniting church. “That they may all be one.” (John 17:21) “In essentials–unity, in nonessentials–diversity, in all things–charity,” These UCC mottos survive because they touch core values deep within us. The UCC has no rigid formulation of doctrine or attachment to creeds or structures. Its overarching creed is love. UCC pastors and teachers are known for their commitment to excellence in theological preparation, interpretation of the scripture and justice advocacy. Even so, love and unity in the midst of our diversity are our greatest assets.

We believe that God calls us to be servants in the service of others and to be good stewards of the earth’s resources. ‘To believe is to care; to care is to do.’

We believe that the UCC is called to be a prophetic church. As in the tradition of the prophets and apostles, God calls the church to speak truth to power, liberate the oppressed, care for the poor and comfort the afflicted.

We believe in the power of peace, and work for nonviolent solutions to local, national, and international problems.

We are a people of possibility. In the UCC, members, congregations and structures have the breathing room to explore and to hear … for after all, God is still speaking, …

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