Worship With Us!
Sunday Services: 10AM (9AM in Summer)
Wherever you are on your faith journey, Day’s Ferry Congregational Church welcomes you to seek the Holy Spirit with our community. We follow a traditional New England Congregational service of prayer, readings of the scripture, hymns, and sermons. We are devoted to Christian worship, education, fellowship, and service to others.
Founded in 1833, ours is a traditional New England church, located in the historic district of Days Ferry, on the banks of the Kennebec River in Woolwich, Maine. We are a spiritually vital congregation, strong and energetic in fellowship. The church serves as a moral beacon, a source for those in need, and a place to encounter God.
We offer fellowship on a first-name basis. Our peaceful space is filled with sunlight, music, and inspiring sermons that speak to how we live our life today.
Be Part of Our Family, regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey. Whether you worship with us regularly, attend one of our popular community groups or special events, or are just dropping in, you are always welcome.
We welcome individuals, families, and children of all ages. Children are always invited to participate in our Sunday service. After the first portion of the service, they can go to Sunday School in our dedicated schoolroom, located in Johnson Hall.
Our Family Welcomes You! Whether you are interested in joining our congregation or just want to drop by for a visit, we always welcome you and your family. Day’s Ferry Congregational Church is unique for its vibrant congregation and its beautiful and historic...Read more...
It is my privilege and joy to be serving the Days Ferry Congregational Church as interim minister. During this time of transition our church life is not on hold in any way. Rather it is an exciting time of renewing self-evaluation and discovery, deepening ...Read more...
Prayer Shawl Knitters GroupIndividually or together, we knit shawls to provide warmth and comfort. The knitters give their time and talent. Each shawl is blessed, either in a worship service or in private, and then given to someone who is facing challenges...Read more...