This is who we are: We are a community of the United Church of Christ. We believe God is still speaking. We believe God's grace abounds and welcomes us all. We believe everyone is welcome in this community of God...seeker or believer, confused or confident, you are welcome here. It does not matter where you come from, you are welcome here. It does not matter how you dress. It does not matter if you cannot carry a tune in a bushel basket. You are welcome here. We seek truth and practice mercy. We work for justice and we wage peace. We feed the hungry and clothe the naked in our community and beyond. We visit the sick and pray for the lonely. We love our poorer sisters and brothers locally and globally. We do what we can and sometimes even more than we can. Come to our community and experience God's grace and mercy, love and forgiveness.

9:30 worship

9:30 Sunday School and Nursery

Children are always welcome and encouraged to attend worship upstairs with their families when Sunday School is not in session. Our Sunday School takes summer vacation and school week vacations. Visit our calendar for more Sunday School schedules.

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Welcome Rich Pitre

New Choir Director and Organist

Rich Pitre began his career as a church musician at age 13, and has held a variety of positions in houses of worship both large and small since then.  Most recently, and in Maine, he was the founding director of the New Camerata singers, an auditioned chamber choir specializing in Renaissance and 20th Century polyphony and has served as the executive director of the Portland Conservatory where he taught piano improvisation and choral skills classes.  Rich is currently director of choruses at Southern Maine Community College where he chairs the Liberal Studies Program, and teaches courses in philosophy, ethics, leadership, and oral communica-tion.  He also teaches oral communication and music skills for the University of Maine at Augusta's program at the Maine Department of Corrections facility in Windham, and is chair of the board of Gateway Community Services, a case management agency founded by S.M.C.C. alumnus Abdullahi Alibare.  Rich is particularly close to the French and Arabic-speaking members of Maine's immigrant community, a relationship which stems from his past employment as a relief worker in the Middle East.  Academically, Rich holds undergraduate degrees in classics/ French, and in organ performance, as well as a Th. M. in music and worship.  He also has advanced degrees in philosophy, humanities, and divinity, and was a founding member of the Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies program at St. Joseph's college where he developed and taught courses in Foundational Theology, Liturgics, and Music for Ministry.  Rich has taught school music grades K - 12 both here and abroad, and finds his greatest joy in making beautiful music for the glory of God and the uplifting of His people, and particularly, in helping others to do the same.  In fact, little makes him happier than seeing the men, women, and children with whom he is working do more than they ever thought they could do musically, do it better, and do it with joy. Rich is happy to be able to return to music ministry in the United Church of Christ which he considers his spiritual home, and looks forward to becoming an active member of the Blue Point family where he hopes some day to welcome his children ages 29, 24, 20, 18, and 15.