Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Welcome to Our Web Home!

Welcome to those searching for a spiritual home
Welcome to those questioning your faith, your God, yourselves.
Welcome to those exuberant in faith and eager to share the grace of God
Welcome to all who have felt the doors of a church closed; our doors are open.
Welcome to the Old Meeting House.

The Old Meeting House is a community church with strong denominational ties to the United Church of Christ. We seek guidance in our lives from the words, life and promises of Jesus Christ.

Our congregation embraces a wide variety of theological understandings. We strive to continue our spiritual growth and to engage in faithful activities that welcome and support diversity in our community. In the love and spirit of Jesus Christ, we come together for the worship of God and the service of all people.


The Opera "The Telephone"June 24, 4:30pm & 7:30pm performances

Relationships & Communication: In collaboration with Reverend Elissa Johnk’s recent lectionary series “I and Thou,” this evening of entertainment explores our relationships and communication through live performance. Hosted by Roya Millard and featuring musical selections from the OMH Choir, led by Becky Millard, including performances from musical and theatrical guests, and culminating in Menotti’s timeless one act opera “The Telephone or L’amour à Trois,” directed by Jessica Della Pepa-Clayton, each performance will conclude with an opportunity to meet all artists involved with the performances, as well as a coffeehouse dessert social. Suggested donation: $10 adults/ $8 seniors, students, children

We are in search of  a new Associate Pastor!
The Old Meeting House is searching for a half-time Associate Pastor to form a dynamic partnership with our full-time pastor. We are looking for someone with the organizational and inspirational skills to help tend to the pastoral care needs of a congregation of all ages, help our missions work become more hands-on, and help us make deeper and stronger connections with each other and our faith through small group leadership, adult spiritual formation, and occasional worship leadership. 

For more information, please contact Kim Sturgis ( or 
Lowell VanDerlip (, Search Committee co-chairs.


 Make sure to check out the ANNOUNCEMENTS page and  our  OMH Community Events page, too (this is where you'll find listings for plays and events not happening here - but involving community members.  Want to submit something?  Email: