Westmoreland United Church, 

An Open & Affirming church of the 

United Church of Christ.

Sunday worship services are at 10 am,  in-person at the Brick Church or via "zoom"

September 2023 - Thank you to so many who have contributed to the "de-molding project" in the Brick Church!!!   We have resumed use of this 1838 building!

And now for Advent and Christmas seasons, wreaths have been hung through the generosity of:

The Austin Family in loving memory of Doug Austin; 

The Sy Family in loving memory of husband and father Walter Sy; 

The Paul Hatt Family in memory of Paul, Ruth & Jim Hatt and Ben Leach & Sasha Demel; 

Judy Rancourt in memory of Billy Rancourt; 

Nancy Shonbeck in memory of my mother Anna Paulsen; 

Angie Ackerman in memory of Doug Austin and in memory of Billy Rancourt; 

Karen & Darryl LeDuc in memory of parents Ingrid & Ian Denholm and Helen & Dick LeDuc; 

The Bell Family in memory of Maria Galante and in memory of Sharon & George Jackman; 

The Gray Family in memory of Elizabeth, David, Mary, and Leonard; 

Gary & Flossie Gray in memory of Bill Gray; 

Leslie & Gary Luebkeman in memory of Leslie's parents Jack & Dottie Luoma.  

Season of Advent, 2023

We hope

for peace 

and joy,

with love

for all.

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Community outreach for December includes:  

Financial donations can be made for the Westmoreland School Christmas gifts for needy students, and financial donations or gifts for Maplewood residents from the Maplewood Wish List.  Checks should be made out to the Westmoreland United Church - the memo line should indicate where the funds should be directed – School or Maplewood.

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     We receive food donations for Joan's Pantry, located in Chesterfield, as an ongoing ministry of the church to feed the hungry.  

There is a box in the Church lobby for them.  

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     For inquiries about use or rental of Fellowship Hall, please call Jo Ann at 603 399-9028.  

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9 South Village Common, P. O. Box 214, Westmoreland, New Hampshire 03467         603-399-4880


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As the United Church of Christ likes to say, 

"No matter who you are, no matter where you are in life's journey, ALL are welcome here!"

Covenant of the Westmoreland United Church 

We the people of the Westmoreland United Church, have gathered together to worship God and to provide spiritual support for one another in our daily lives.  Our common Bond is our belief in God’s love for all and our faith in Jesus Christ.  We believe the Bible is just as meaningful today as when it was first written, and we strive to understand and practice its teaching.

Our mission is to help and support the members of our congregation, the people of our community and the people of the world to live meaningful and fulfilling lives.  We support those things which promote equality, justice and peace according to the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Our church is a member of the United Church of Christ, working together with them to accomplish those things best done on a broader scale, and using them as a resource as we serve our local community.

We emphasize individual freedom of conscience and respect the beliefs of other people no matter where they are in their faith’s journey.  The Westmoreland United Church accepts all people and excludes none.  We welcome everyone to join us as we live out our faith.

Westmoreland United Church Open and Affirming Covenant 

We declare ourselves to be an open and affirming church that welcomes all God's people.  Regardless of religious beliefs, physical or mental abilities, sexual orientation, or gender identity and expression , we welcome you to join us.  We invite you to worship with us, to be married in our church, to partake of the Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion, and to fully share in the life and fellowship of our congregation.  We recognize there are differences among us and we believe that we can love alike even though we may not think alike.  We proclaim this statement of welcome and affirmation to all including those who have known the pain of exclusion or discrimination in the church and society. 

(approved unanimously on June 2, 2019)