Dover welcomed our new Senior Pastor, the Reverend Melinda "Mindy" Quellhorst on April 23rd!
Twelve members of our congregation traveled to Biloxi, MS to assist the Back Bay Mission in their work -- "Strengthening Neighorhoods, Seeking Justice, Transforming Lives."
Join us July 10-13, and July 16 as kids become heroes and join forces with the Professor and Super Meer, using the Hero handbook, the Bible, to bring peace, build each other up, and share God's Great Love! Science fun, games, crafts, music and snacks.
On Sunday, January 29th, our own Michael DiLauro, a six-time Emmy award-winning producer, screened his documentary Prisoners Among Us: Italian American Identity & World War II for over 75 people in Thomas Hall. The most common response at the end of the 90-minute documentary was “I had no idea this happened.” While many of us are painfully aware of social injustice in our society, particularly based on race, the documentary made clear the mistreatment of immigrants, and even those born in the US, who face prejudice, hate and misunderstanding based on their ethnicity--their nationality, heritage, religion, language. . .even their dress and customs.
Dover Congregational United Church of Christ stands with our brothers and sisters in Ukraine. Our congregation has donated over $10,000 to Ukraine relief efforts through Doctors Without Borders, UNICEF, and the UCC Hope project.
If you would like to aide the efforts in Ukraine by contributing to any of these organizations, please click the link below:
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