Florence Congregational Church

FCC Reopening

Florence Congregational will resume worship services in our sanctuary (130 Pine Street) on Sunday, November 1st, 2020. For more information, please contact us.

Call to Meeting
A Call to Meeting has been sent out for Sunday, Nov. 15. For full details, read more here.

Hot off the Press

FCC is featured in the Daily Hampshire Gazette. Read more here.

Fundraising Letter

Read the fundraising letter written by Priscilla Ross on behalf of Florence Congregational Church (FCC). It was sent out mid August 2020 to various members of the community in Florence, MA.

Zoom Services

Moving forward until our reopening on Nov. 1st, all worship services (except Oct. 18th) will be held Sunday Morning at 10 am on the zoom platform.
For instructions on how to use and install zoom, see this post.
To request a zoom invitation and password, please fill out a zoom request form.
To download the zoom client, click here.

There’s no place like home… but let’s not forget the outside world.


Explore FCC’s latest updates and Rev. Averill’s weekly mini-sermons during lockdown and self-isolation on our blog.

Updates include local community events and church notices while our weekly mini-sermons are meant as “food for thought” mid-week.

Mini-sermons can be read independently of the weekly youtube sermon.

Rev. Averill Elizabeth Blackburn in her home studio.

Youtube Sermons

Virtual Ministry is key in these changing times. Watch FCC’s weekly youtube sermons–uploaded every Saturday afternoon to fit into your busy schedule–with Biblical insights on the idea that God is Love.

Every youtube sermon features two to three hymns or contemporary songs on either organ or the piano performed by our organist, Kathy Marks.

A short series of Kid’s Sermons is also available.

Florence Congregational Church at 130 Pine St.


Florence Congregational Church is first and foremost a community.

The church is and always will be here for our members and friends in the greater community of Florence. Please see the contact page to get in touch.

And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.

Matthew 22:39 (KJV)

The Bible is the basis for the Christian faith and serves as the heart of our understanding in modern times.

It is through the teachings of the Bible, with careful study, that we can gain the strength to love not only God but the rest of humankind as well.

About Us

Learn more about us at Florence Congregational Church. We are a happy and loving community situated in a suburb of Northampton, MA.

Please note that our “History” page is currently in the process of being updated.

Our Church History

What is Congregationalism?

Drop By

Please note that the church building and office are currently closed.

130 Pine St
Florence, MA 01062

Direction and Maps

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