Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Welcome to The Old Meeting House!

1620 Center Road, East Montpelier Center

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.


This Sunday

March 18, 2018 

"From everyone to whom much has been given, much will be required; 
and from the one to whom much has been entrusted, even more will be demanded."
 -Luke 12:48 

Over the past four weeks we have examined together the areas 
of black and white that dominate our political and religious landscape.  
We have looked at why faith is necessary for politics, and vice-versa.  
We have examined the cultural divide, and its roots in different understandings
 of the Gospel.  We have examined the ethical decision-making of Jesus, 
and the vulnerability of mature faith.  

Join us this week as we pull it all together in our final sermon of the series -  
"What Would Jesus Say to Us Now?"  Based on the sermon by the 
Rev. Adam Hamilton, we will look at the central ethical principles of Jesus 
as they relate to some of the central philosophical and ideological tenets of America. 


YOU are invited!
Deadline to submit is Monday, March 19 to
In collaboration with Kellogg-Hubbard Library, YOU are invited to submit your poetry as part of Poetry Month. Poems written by the OMH community will be displayed at the Parish House for the month of April. Submit 1 poem no longer than 24 lines. Identify poem with a title, your name, residence and indicate to be displayed at OMH, email all information to, deadline to submit, Monday, March 19! 


 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: