It hurts to lose someone. Find help at GriefShare.

GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.

GriefShare will be offered at the Andover Hub in September. Registration, or simply more information, can be had by contacting Nancy HERE.

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The mission of the Andover Hub is help nurture and enhance a vibrant, resilient, and sustainable local community. to encourage a sense of belonging and personal investment in the town and to revive Andover's historic town hall  as a place for people of all ages to gather for social, educational, cultural, recreational, and economic activities.
From bone builders to Rummy, there's something for everyone at The Hub. 
This fall Andover Community church will be hosting its second GriefShare program. In addition, a program on Israel will be presented by our Pastors with Linda M.
Check out The Andover Hub here.


Each month Donna T. writes an article about the monthly shenanigans in our Church. The article is printed in the Andover Beacon AND can be read on their website (which is full of other interesting things). For this month's article click here.



We envision a community where neighbors help each other flourish and everyone has the opportunity to experience material, spiritual and relational wholeness. Volunteering at Kearsarge Neighborhood Partners is a fabulous way to share love and get to know our neighbors. For more information on who they are and how you can participate click HERE.



We have the oldest person in Andover, Irene Jewett, as a member of our church. On Friday, Sandy Miller, Beth Bellows, and Fr. Bill spent wonderful time in fellowship, prayers, and communion. Happy Birthday Irene!