Community Congregational Church (UCC)


Welcome to Community Congregational Church (UCC) of Greenland. We are a "God is Still Speaking" church. No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here. Our church has an active Food Pantry and we are a host church of Seacoast Family Promise. We are also a member of the seacoast region's Interfaith Sustainability Team and New Hampshire Interfaith Power and Light. Mutema Church is our sister church in Zimbabwe. We are an accessible church. Our church reaches out to the community and our doors are open to all. Community Congregational Church is a member of the United Church of Christ denomination.

Constitution of Community Congregational Church
To read the Constitution of our church, click here.

Rev. Robert Fellows, MTS
Music Director
Paul Merrill, MA
Office Assistant
Trudie Bergeron

Paul Merrill has been our Music Director since June 14, 2012,
To learn more about Paul, click here.

Directions to our Church and Parish House
Church: 4 Church Lane, Greenland, NH
Parish House: 44 Post Road, Greenland, NH

DIRECTIONS: The Church is at the intersection of Portsmouth Avenue and Post Road (Rt. 151) in Greenland, NH. The Parish House is a block south of the Church on Post Road.

FROM THE NORTH & SOUTH: Take Rte 33 out of Portsmouth (or off of I-95), pass Target & Lowes, go about a mile, bear left onto Rte 151 (at the Dunkin Donuts sign on the left), and pass the gazebo and the Church building, then head south just a little way on Rte 151 until you come to another building that looks like a church on the right. That is the Parish House.

FROM THE WEST: Take 101 E to Exit 11 to Rt. 108 N (through Stratham) toward Rt. 33. Take Rt. 33 East and bear right toward Rt. 151 onto Portsmouth Ave. just past Cumberland Farms and Tuttle Lane. Pass the Town Hall on the right. The Church building will be on your right just before the intersection of Portsmouth Ave. and Post Road (Rt. 151). The gazebo will be in front of you. The Parish House is one block south of the Church on Rte 151.

Ministry Groups

Christian Education and Evangelism
Chair, Stephanie Reynolds
Community Ministry
Chair, Granville Barrows
Our Sunday School program uses contemporary materials. Our youth often engage in activities with other UCC churches. Adult education includes Wednesday evening discussions led by the pastor or guest speakers. We seek new friends! Join us for theological discussion and personal sharing. We are committed to our role as an active and vital Christian presence supporting the community. Our church members work closely with the pastor to make sure that we support not only our members but others in the community with prayers, emotional support, and other help when needed.

Public Worship
Chair, Bev Perriccio


Chair, Richard Lates
This Ministry Group plans our worship experiences, and involves the congregation in services. Our pastor, Rev. Robert Fellows, takes preaching seriously and provides messages that are grounded in Biblical Scripture and applied to contemporary concerns. Paul Merrill, our Music Director, is a gifted organist and is working with singers at all levels to cultivate their abilities to praise God with music. We recognize that as Christians we are sent forth into the world to engaging in acts of service, justice, love, and peace. Our church has an active Food Pantry and we are a founding host church of Seacoast Family Promise. We provide a monthly Communion service to residents of Clipper Harbor in Portsmouth. Mutema Church is our sister church in Zimbabwe. We support Our Church's Wider Mission through the UCC.

Community Congregational Church Food Pantry

Our Food Pantry in the Parish House is open Wednesday mornings from 10:00 to noon.
Donations to the Food Pantry are always welcome, and may be placed anytime in the
large box by the front door of the Parish House at 44 Post Road, Greenland, NH.

UCC Sister Church in Zimbabwe

Mutema Church is our sister UCC church in Zimbabwe. It is 140 miles south of Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, in a rather remote area where church members walk long distances to church services. Pastors visit parishioners on these new motorbikes that make it possible to visit more people. UCC Missions helped the churches to purchase the motorbikes. On the left is a photo of the former pastor of Mutema Church, Pastor Mutoo.Through our church Missions Ministry, we donated a laptop computer to Mutema Church and we are inspired by the messages we receive from our sister church and from the United Church of Christ denomination in Zimbabwe. For more information about these partnerships, click here.

Links to Partner Websites

We are a host church for Seacoast Family Promise, providing temporary shelter, meals, and programs for homeless families:
Seacoast Family Promise

Our church has a Greener Church Committee, and we belong to and support the following organizations:
Piscataqua Sustainability Initiative
New Hampshire Interfaith Power and Light

Rev. Robert Fellows

Articles about Rev. Fellows have appeared in the March 2011 issue of
New Hampshire Magazine, and in the following publications.
Click on the title of the article to read it.

Wall Street Journal
When a Second Career is a Leap of Faith
TIME magazine
Holy Enrollers: Why Boomers Are Going to Divinity School
AARP Bulletin
Now Hear This: Divine Calling
Twin Cities StarTribune
Faith + Values: Act II
Foster's Daily Democrat
Magical ministers performing in fundraisers