The New Church of Concord is part of West Concord’s historic district. In the early 1900’s, work began on what would become the Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic parish. For 100 years the parish flourished and saw many baptisms, first communions, weddings, and funerals. In October 2004, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston slated […]
We are a congregation of the New Church, a new Christianity that provides a clear path to happiness and addresses your questions about God, love, and life after death with answers that make sense. The teachings are immediately practical and deeply spiritual, providing a new understanding of God’s timeless story. It is a religion to […]
We are a vibrant congregation of the New Church, a community dedicated to building healthy relationships by offering sensible explanations of the Bible to guide your life. We welcome you to come visit us, and to discover something that may be useful to your own spiritual journey!Learn More...
Please note that our summer worship services include a talk for children and a sermon for adults. However, there is no Sunday school offered. Following the children’s talk parents are welcome to take their children downstairs to play or to do an impromptu project. Sunday school will begin again in September!
June 19th is traditionally celebrated as a kind of birthday for the New Church. It marks the day in the year 1770 that the Lord, “Called together His twelve disciples, who had followed Him in the world; and…sent them all forth throughout the spiritual world to preach the Gospel, that the Lord God Jesus Christ […]
On Sunday, June 12th, our worship service will include a blessing on a couple celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary! This will be a family service, which means children are invited to stay for the entire service. We will begin with a talk about marriage followed by the blessing ceremony. All are invited to join us […]
An important use of the church is to provide a community where people are loved and supported in their faith. Building a more supportive and socially connected congregation is something we’re currently working hard to accomplish at the New Church of Concord. There are many ways to achieve this. However, in preparing for this Sunday’s worship service, it struck me what an important role the Holy Supper plays in building spiritual community!