ABOUT WOLLASTON CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Wollaston Congregational Church was established in 1876. The sanctuary was dedicated on Palm Sunday 1926 and seats approximately 650 people. The church, designed in the Gothic Revival style popularized by Ralph Adams Cram, is one of the architectural gems of the city of Quincy. A population shift has gradually reduced the membership size, but not its qualities. Loyal, able and adaptable persons continue to make the church a worthy "God's servant" even in a changing world, for instance see our recently instituted Safe Church Policies and Procedures.
In 1957 the congregation voted to become part of the "United Church of Christ." A "Congregational Church" is just what the name implies: a church run by the congregation with guidance from the minister. Members of the church actively serve on committees as well as working as Christians in the community.
Our church is more than a meeting place; we are a family where we welcome and care about everyone. Many people from various religions and backgrounds now call Wollaston Congregational Church their home. This church continues to flourish and serve its members, the community and the world in God's name. If you are not currently attending a church or if you are looking for a more personal relationship with God through membership in a church, we invite you to visit with us on Sundays at 10:00AM, or call the church office at (617) 773-7432 for more information.