God calls us to be disciples of Jesus, building community through
service and fellowship and sharing the love of Christ with all.

“The United Methodist Church of Westford is an open and welcoming community of  Christian
Faith. Without any exceptions, we welcome anyone who seeks to love and to serve God.” Learn More


Invitation to the Old Testament:
The King and the Sinner, David

2 Samuel 12:1-14

David, once a humble shepherd boy becomes a king who leads Israel into a golden age. Under David, Israel was at last united in its place among the other nations and in its worship of God. David is great and deeply flawed. His heart is magnanimous and manipulative. His story, like ours, is not an easy one to tell. Like David, we experience the heart at its best and at its darkest. We are invited to examine our own mixed motives and tenuous loyalties. We learn truths about God and about ourselves through the story of King David.

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August 8, 2021

All are Welcome.

You are invited to join us each Sunday for Worship Service. All Covid guidelines will be followed including vaccinated, masks are optional; NOT vaccinated, masks are required; maintaining social distancing; no singing by congregation; and no bulletins. For more details...
Online Worship Services is available for those who are not ready to meet in person or unable to meet in-person. This service is pre-recorded.

Online Worship Service

Summer Sunday School for Elementary grades Sunday at 9:30 am

Hey, Kids!
Come discover that God's greatest treasure isn’t diamonds, gems, or gold – it's YOU! 

Elementary students—join us for GIFT Kids Summer Sunday School on Sundays now through August 29! We're back in-person outside at church on Sunday mornings during worship (9.30-10:15 am).

for Middle School and High School Students

Sundays • August 8, and 15

Immediately following the 9:30 am worship service, we'll get together for our meeting. If you're not attending worship, please join us around 10:30 am. Morgan and Linda are leading meetings this summer.