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What to Expect at 
Westbrook Congregational Church

Visiting a new church can be intimidating if you don’t know what to expect.  A diverse group of believers will welcome you. Some are long-time members going back generations, and others are new to the church.  You will find some wearing their Sunday best and many in their most comfortable clothing. We are low on formality and high on community. Our pastor encourages enthusiasm. Most important is the presence of the Holy Spirit among us. Usually, we sing traditional hymns with their rich language. Our gorgeous piano or pipe organ typically accompanies the music. We pray, learn, and laugh together. While we cherish our traditions, you never know what new or unexpected ways of worshipping we might explore. We have activity bags for our most wiggly worshippers. The cries of infants are a joyful noise to our ears, but there is nursery care available from September -June.


After worship, all are welcome at Coffee Hour, where we continue our fellowship.  

Whoever you are and wherever you are on life's journey, you are welcome here.

Come worship with us,

Sundays at 10:00 am

Doors and Parking: Like many historic churches, our building has multiple entrances. Three doors are open on Sundays: two sets of double doors that lead directly into the Sanctuary and a black-colored, accessible kitchen door on Norris Avenue/Vista Center side that many use as our primary entrance (although it is technically the back door). 

We are in the heart of Westbrook, so parking is mainly on the street. For those who are able, parking behind the Westbrook Fire House is encouraged, and it is a brief walk across the street to the church. We reserve priority parking spots for those who need to be close to the entrance.

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