Sunday Service

In order to keep each other as safe as possible, we ask that everyone wear a mask when singing. We would like to remind everyone that you may “attend” worship from your car or at home nearby by tuning in your radio to 103.5 FM, or via Zoom or Facebook. Please see our home page for details for Zoom log in information.

The spiritual life of the Church centers around Sunday morning community worship, held in the Sanctuary at 10:00 am year round. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, we invite you to come and worship with us.


The ministry of music in worship at First Congregational Church of Blue Hill is exceptional. The choir is blessed to welcome many seasonal participants who enjoy adding their voices to the commitment of year round choral music.

Sunday Children’s Program

Children are invited and welcomed to church on Sunday mornings. Activity bags are available for children 4th grade and under. Childcare is available for children Pre-K and younger, after the Lesson for All Ages. Children in 5th grade and above may serve as readers, greeters and ushers



We celebrate Communion on the first Sunday of every month. We practice open Communion and all are welcome to participate. The “wine” we use is grape juice.  A gluten-free option is provided as a replacement for bread.


The UCC recognizes baptism of infants, children, youth and adults. Traditionally baptisms take place during a Sunday worship service. If you wish to discuss having your child or yourself baptized, please contact the Pastor.

Coffee Hour

Immediately following the service, we gather in Jonathan Fisher Hall (downstairs) for fellowship and refreshments. Come and meet some new friends!  

Handicap Accessible

The church is handicap accessible through the side door entrance, as you enter the driveway to the church. From there we have a lift to take you up to the sanctuary.

More Information

Please feel free to contact our Pastor, in person, by telephone (374-2892) or email. Our Deacon’s are also able to answer many of the questions you may have when visiting on Sunday morning.