Tewksbury Congregational Church

Join us for Worship - Sundays at 9:30 am

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10 East Street

Tewksbury, MA 01876

(across from Town Hall)


Office Phone: 978-851-9411

Office Hours: Mon thru Fri, 9am-2pm

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We are an informal church community, without intimidating rituals in our worship service. Our building is fully handicap accessible. - Please join us!

  • Without a formal dress code, you will find some in suits and dresses and others in jeans and t-shirts - Come as you are!

  • We take a collection each Sunday, which helps support the function of the church and the missions of our congregation. It is a voluntary collection. Please feel no obligation to contribute. - Your presence is gift enough!

  • We offer a staffed nursery for little ones to age 3, so that families can enjoy the service, uninterrupted. - Come worship in peace!

  • Children from 4 years to 8th grade begin their worship in the sanctuary with their families and then split off into Sunday School classrooms, after about the first 15 minutes of service, where they will learn about God in age-appropriate environments. - Let their faith grow!

  • High-schoolers gather in the high school classroom from the start of service, where they have time to explore their lessons fully. - Let their faith soar!

  • All aspects of our church life are open to all, including our Christian education program, Holy Communion, and fellowship activities - All are Always Welcome!

Rev. Baxter Chism

Rev. Baxter Chism has been a pastor for over fifteen years and is a native of Alabama. He is a graduate of Memphis Theological Seminary (Memphis, Tennessee) and Auburn University (Auburn, Alabama). He served rural and suburban churches in north central and east central Alabama before coming to Massachusetts. Rev. Chism loves to equip followers of Christ to reach the unchurched and get out of the church building. Other areas of ministry he enjoys are pastoral care, working with children, conflict management, supporting social justice initiatives, and helping churches adapt to a rapidly changing culture.