• First Church of Christ, Unitarian
  • Making Clay 2014
  • Church tower tour 2013
  • Strawberry Fest 2012
  • 2014 Christmas Pageant
  • Getting a new piano! 2013
  • 2014 Christmas Pageant
  • Horseshed Fair Bakers 2013
  • Strawberry Fest 2012
  • Lighting the Chalice-2013
  • Strawberry Fest 2013
  • Rev. Bob Johansen Installation 2013
  • Face painting at the fair 2013
  • Horseshed Fair 2012
  • Christmas Angels 2013

Welcome to First Church of Christ, Unitarian
Lancaster, MA

an inclusive community church celebrating the richness of many spiritual traditions,
nurturing spiritual growth and community for all ages,
caring for one another and serving the world.

No matter who you are,
No matter where you are on life's journey,
you are welcome here!

Join us for worship, religious education and fellowship
Sundays at 10:30am.



Coming Up in Worship & Religious Education



Sun Mar 08 @10:30AM -
"Preventing Homelessness"
Pam Knop & Rev. Bob Johansen

Choir rehearsal at 9:15am in the Sanctuary

Pam Knop speaks from her experience with the section 8 housing program, helping families find and maintain affordable housing.


Religious Education & Youth Special Events


Sun Mar 08 @10:00AM - 10:30AM
Children's Choir Practice
Children ages 5-18 are welcome to join our Children's Choir.

The heart of a children's choir is in the community building and skill development that occurs. Choral singing builds self-confidence, memory skills, social development, and emotional expression. Music is fun, first! It is about enjoying the experience of singing.

Children's choir meets approximately twice a month in the Sanctuary and is directed by Kallin Johnson.

Sun Mar 08 @10:30AM -
Religious Ed Special Event
Children begin in the Sanctuary with their families then leave with their teachers for class.


Wendlecat: From Dumpster to College Degree

Guest Speaker – Twin City Paws
Please bring a can/bag of cat or dog food and a small monetary donation to fund vet care. Thank you!

All Ages -> Sally Cragin and Doreen Stone will be joining the children this morning. We
will meet in the hall to learn about Twin City Paws. TCP projects include creating an emergency pet food pantry, starting a fund for emergency pet care, supporting shelter animals, foster care for homeless animals, and teaching animals how to help the community.
Teachers: Wendlecat - Registered Therapy Cat, Rygar - Companion Chihuahua, and Susan Berkowitz

Nursery: Alina

Sun Mar 08 @11:00AM -
Wendlecat: From Dumpster to College Degree
A visit from Twin City Paws - a fellowship for pet support, advocacy, and education

Come to class and meet Wendlecat, Registered Therapy Cat.

Wendlecat has a college degree from the Paws for People program at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. His owner, Sally Cragin, holds the same degree. This cat is qualified to work in classrooms and is currently volunteering at an Adult Day Care Center as well as in a classroom for children with autism.

Please bring a bag/can of dog or cat food for the TCP emergency pet food pantry and a small monetary donation to fund vet care for low-income families.