The North Yarmouth Congregational Church sits at the corner of Routes 115 and 231 in North Yarmouth, Maine. We are part of the Maine Conference of the United Church of Christ. Our worship service is at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings, and we hope you’ll join us! After a special children’s message, we have Sunday School during the worship hour for preschool and older, as well as childcare for littler ones. You’ll find we’re ordinary people, worshiping our extraordinary God. No need to dress up, we will welcome you just as you are. And we hope you’ll stay and talk over coffee after the service.
We celebrate Communion on the first Sunday of every month, and we believe that all are welcome at Christ’s table. Wherever you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.
We are an open and affirming congregation welcoming all people as God welcomes all people, including individuals of every ethnicity, race, gender, gender identity, age, physical and mental ability, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, national and religious background. While we are many, we are one body in Christ.
All are invited to participate fully in the ministry of this community of faith, including membership, leadership, the sacraments of baptism and communion, rites of confirmation, and ceremonies of marriage or covenant.
God welcomes all, and we do too!
We’re well known for our hospitality and our good food! Our famous Chicken and Gravy Pies are making a comeback at our Christmas Fair.
Our office is open Monday through Thursday, 8:00-12:00 pm. You may call us at 207-829-3644 or send us an email.
Our mailing address is 3 Gray Road, North Yarmouth, Maine, 04097.
Our Interim pastor is the Reverend Dr. Paul A. Day. Paul started his ministry at our church on September 1, 2002. You may find a short biography here.
NYCC COVID-19 GUIDELINES 10/20/22
Generally, each person should have up-to-date vaccines and boosters, use masks when in large crowds, and practice social distancing.
Masks are optional at NYCC but if you are not feeling well, we would appreciate your staying home, in particular for a Sunday worship service as the service can be seen on YouTube.
If you do test positive for Covid-19 and you have minor symptoms, then you should isolate for 5 full days (day of symptoms is day 0, isolate for 5 full days thereafter) on day 6 take two antigen tests in a row spaced 48 hours apart and if they are both negative you can remove your mask.
If you have a moderate case or severe case (needing to be hospitalized) please refer to the Maine CDC guidelines general information relating to Covid-19.