First Congregational Church of Falmouth, MA
of the United Church of Christ

68 Main Street, Falmouth, MA 02540 | Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 AM

Welcome to the First Congregational Church of Falmouth of the United Church of Christ. We are located on the historic Village Green in the beautiful seaside town of Falmouth, Massachusetts.
We encourage you to explore this website description of our ministry, and to experience firsthand our growing community of faith if you visit or live on Cape Cod.

We invite you to join us Sunday mornings for inspirational worship and FCC Kids.  Services are held at 10:00 AM  from September through June  and at 9:00 AM in July and August.   An after-service coffee hour is offered year round, and an elevator is located just inside the entrance off our parking lot.  Childcare is available September through June in the Nursery Classroom.


Pastor's Welcome by Rev. Jonathan Drury

Our life together at the First Congregational Church in Falmouth is animated by our belief in the presence of the Living God, whom we come to know through the rhythms of worship, prayer, and scripture and whom we emulate through generosity, kindness and hospitality.

Our church is a spiritual home to people from all walks and stations of life, believers and questioners from a range of backgrounds and faith perspectives. Our sermons are engaging, our prayers are relevant and meaningful, and our Christian education, youth and music programs help us lift our hearts and minds to the Creator. By offering opportunities to engage in service, outreach, education, and fellowship, we strive to be part of God’s work of mending the world.  In all things we rely upon the healing, unconditional nature of God’s love and grace to be our help and guide.

We believe the church that Jesus builds is established on a foundation of love, so we seek to express our faith in practical acts of kindness and compassion in our community, especially to those in need. We define ourselves by our love for the Lord Jesus Christ and commit ourselves to sharing His love and truth with others… people like you. We want to be known by our love.

We hope you will find us to be a God-centered, caring community of individuals who are excited about having the opportunity to share with you the same love, hope and joy we have received through our relationships with the Creator. We extend to you a cordial invitation to join us as we pursue new opportunities to draw near to God through prayer, joyful worship and inspiring, relevant messages focused on interpreting God’s Word and discovering God’s purpose for our lives.  I hope you will be our guest at the First Congregational Church in Falmouth so you may come and experience our community firsthand. I look forward to meeting you when you visit. Until then, may God bless you with the assurance of the Holy Spirit’s presence in your life.


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he church will no longer routinely print and mail "The Messenger" newsletter
or other materials normally sent via bulk mail.

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Support Group
For parents of children with mental health issues
including eating disorders, anxiety, and depression

Meets in the Teen Room 
on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays
of most months
7:00 pm

   Newcomers are welcome at any time - just come when you can; enter through side doors of the church (from parking lot) and follow the signs...

Upcoming meeting dates:
January 11 & 25
February 8
March 8 & 22

Summer of Service Camp
July 16 - 20, 2018

Join us for a
Pot Luck Dinner!

   On the third Saturday of each month, everyone is invited to a
pot luck supper in Fellowship Hall

This month we will have a
"Regifting Yankee Swap."

Each family unit is asked to bring a wrapped gift worth no less than $10 and no more than $15. 

You don't have to participate in the swap to join the fun.

In addition, please bring a dish to share (main, salad or dessert).

Gather at 5:00 pm on
Saturday, January 20

You are welcome here!

First Congregational Church

Death Cafe
Monday, January 15
6:00 - 7:00  pm
Fellowship Hall

Following the Death Cafe...
Public radio talk show host DIANE REHM

will discuss medical aid in dying
7:30 - 8:30 pm
(in the sanctuary)

Filming for a documentary is likely to take
place during both programs;
no late arrivals will be admitted

For questions call Heather Massey

or visit

At FCC we're proud of our 300-year history and traditions,
but we're much more than that.  We have a vibrant, friendly congregation
and a large, energetic children's program.

Come and see for yourself!