The Village Church of Cummington
Services on the 1st and 3rd Sundays
August—June, 10:00 AM
We are an Open and Affirming Congregation.
The Village Church, formally the Village Congregational Church, was founded in 1835. The Village Church offers a
pluralistic set of programs and services reflecting its mission and the community of Cummington. The church honors its Christian roots, beloved community, and the spirit and wisdom to be found in music as well as many religions,
philosophies, and practices. The Village Church is affiliated with the United Church of Christ and has ties through its ministry to the Unitarian Universalist Association and other traditions.
Ministry: Professional ministry supports the ministry and mission of the whole church. The Rev. Jonathan Rehmus— Jon—welcomes contacts related to worship, pastoral care, and programs. Jon is available for appointments with office hours in Cummington on Thursdays. A half-hour, silent meditation begins at 5:45 to which all are also welcome.
The Village Church from across the river
Deacons: The deacons of the church serve in roles involving pastoral care, program leadership, and governance.
Josh Wachtel— email: firstname.lastname@example.org—413-634-5005
Kathleen Knox—email: email@example.com—phone: 413-634-8041
John Maruskin—email: firstname.lastname@example.org—phone: 413-634-5320
Contact Us at the Village Church
Rev. Jon Rehmus Ph#: 413-624-3025; Email: email@example.com
Church office: 413-634-5508
Main Street is beautiful, even in winter.
Facility Use: We like to see our church space used—ongoing classes like yoga, one-time meetings of organizations, weddings and other services in our sanctuary.
Contact Scott Keith:email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are located just off Route 9 in Cummington, at 32 Main Street. Take route 9 from either Pittsfield or Northampton and turn on to Main Street (on the left from Pittsfield, on the right from Northampton)—about 20 miles from either city.
From Route 2 and Shelburn Falls, take Route 112 South to Goshen and turn right on Route 9, six miles to Main Street.
From Huntington take Route 112 North to Route 9 and turn right, one-half mile to Main Street.