Worship Service starts at 10:00am
For the months of July and August, worship service will begin at 9am!
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Thank you for visiting the Westhampton Congregational Church.
We would love to see you in person, but if you are out of state or can not make it to church for any reason, you can still be with us over Zoom.
Zoom is a great way to stay connected any time of the year.
We look forward to seeing you!
Summer Picnic, Bonfire and Optional Camp-Out!
The CE Committee is hosting a summer family event on Saturday, 8/13 beginning at 5 PM. Everyone is welcome to join us, whether you are a family of 1 or 21 or whether you belong to our church or not! If you would like, you can even bring a tent or camper to spend the night or else just bring a chair to relax in for the evening. Beginning at 6 PM, hotdogs, hamburgers and ice cream will be provided for dinner, and we ask that every family bring something to share with the meal. We will provide lemonade and water, but feel free to bring your own beverages.
We will have an assortment of family games, like cornhole, frisbee and whiffle ball. We will also have a bonfire with s’mores! If you play a musical instrument, feel free to bring it and we can have music around the campfire. Come back Sunday morning as beginning at 8 AM, we will be providing breakfast of baked goods and coffee before church.
If you plan on camping out, please RSVP to the church at 413-527-4204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get a sense as to how many will sleep over.
Come enjoy some summertime community family fun! (This is a shine only event, so if rain is forecasted, this event will be canceled)
The Westhampton Food Pantry
Wednesdays 5PM - 7PM
Fridays 11am - 1PM
Saturdays 9AM- 11am
Volunteer Sign Up
Anyone needing food is welcome. Many people use our food pantry. To assure that everyone in need has access to food, please be respectful when picking up items. Please wear a mask while at the food pantry.
The pantry is located in the lower level of the church. Enter through the street side door. The food bank is at the end of the hall. To better serve you, please fill out our log sheets each time you visit the pantry.
Those looking to donate to items may do so during the hours that the pantry is open. During off hours, food may be dropped off at the Miller's (7 Stage Rd). Perishable food should be placed in the fridge or freezer.
If you have any questions regarding the food pantry or have a specific need, you can call the church at (413) 527-4204 and someone will get back to you.
In addition, we compiled a list of Assistance Resources for those in need.
Thank you to all those that help us provide this service to the community.
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Take and Eat Program
The Take and Eat ministry is a non-denominational effort that serves elders and home-bound people in need, preparing and delivering weekend meals for up to 100 clients in Easthampton, Southampton, and Westhampton, on the first, third, and forth Saturday of the month.
St. Philip's Episcopal Church and the Westhampton Congregational Church are working together to provide meals on the 4th weekend of every month. It takes a lot of volunteers and we could use your help! If you would like to participate it is easy, please review our COVID-19 protocol and then sign up at: https://tinyurl.com/takeandeat
The Kiva Program
Kiva is a non-profit organization which developed a lending platform that facilitates making loans to undeserved individuals all around the globe. For as little as $25, people can take an active role in helping others. Kiva is special, because 100% of every dollar lent to the platform can go towards making loans.
Our program with Kiva is doing great! So far, we have participated in 52 loans. This is having a big impact around the globe. One of our loans helped a baker get ingredients to grow his business, another has helped a weaver get materials to make hammocks to sell. Other loans have assisted fishermen and farmers. If you would like to learn more about the folks we are helping, please take a moment and visit our program page: https://tinyurl.com/wc-kiva