We welcome you here in our community of faith, welcome, affirmation, service and love. We anchor ourselves to God’s love; hearing their call to welcome, to serve, and to reflect God's love to and for each other and the world. 

Mission Statement

Believing God loves us and calls us to serve, we seek to welcome all and following the example of Jesus Christ, to reflect God's love to each other, our community, and the world.

December 2023 Service Schedule Here

December 2023 Worship Calendar  

Worship begins at 9:30 AM in person or on Facebook live. Our newly called Pastor, Rev. Cat Allard, leads worship services. All are welcome! Please join us.


December 3 – First Sunday of Advent.  Worship with Communion
              Kid’s Breakfast 8:45-9:15 followed by Sunday School

December 10 – Second Sunday of Advent. Spirit & Song Worship Service: This is a music filled service with our Spirit & Song Team. Guitars, Bass & Drum join us – directed by Sandi Thomas.

Kid’s practice for Living Nativity!

Winter Fest Sunday: Runs from 11 AM – 4 PM. Living Nativity at 1:30 PM

December 17 – Third Sunday of Advent.

Kid’s Breakfast 8:45-9:15 followed by Sunday School. 

December 24 – Fourth Sunday of Advent.

Sunday School Christmas Party!. 

Christmas Eve Candlelight Services at 4:30 & 7:30 PM

4:30 Service is Family Focused: All are welcome!

7:30 Service with choir and guest musicians! All are welcome!

December 31 - Café Church 9:30 AM


 Café Church is an opportunity to worship in a more casual setting, sitting at tables in fellowship hall with beverages and baked goods available during the service. Give it a try - all are welcome.

Winter Festival Dec. 10, 2023

With Living Nativity at 1:30 PM


Our next Church Community-Wide event is the Winter Fest Scheduled for Dec. 10th with a weather date of Dec. 17th


Winter Festival starts at 11 AM and features:

· Auction Baskets – We have over 25 Baskets for Silent Auction!

· White Elephant Room – BSA Scouts benefit

· Christmas Arrangements – Beautiful Holiday arrangements for your home

· Living Nativity – Sheri Griffith & Sandi Thomas

· Baked Goods – Fresh baked cookies and quick breads for your holiday enjoyment.

· Pet Table – Don’t forget your pet family members!

· Crafts – Lee Crafters – a variety of household and decorative items for gifting to friends, co-workers or yourself!

· Lunch Served – You won’t go hungry with this variety of soups, sandwiches and desserts - Youth Group benefit


Please plan to attend our annual Living Nativity following the Winter Fest



Welcome Pastor Cat Allard!

Lee Church Congregational is pleased to announce the arrival of its new Part-time Settled Pastor, the Rev. Catherine Allard, a graduate of Andover Newton Seminary (MDiv, 2014). Pastor Cat is excited to begin her ministry at the Lee Church during the season of Advent 2023 and to return to her home-state of NH after living in Oregon for seven years. 


Pastor Cat served two UCC churches as an ordained minister during her time in Oregon. Most recently she was the Interim Pastor at Smyrna UCC in Canby. She also served on the Board of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon (EMO), one of the largest ecumenical organizations in the country, as the Chair of the Theological Education and Dialogue Committee. EMO meets the immediate needs of communities in the greater Portland area through six direct service programs, while seeking long-term solutions through state-wide public policy and advocacy work. Their direct service programs support refugees and immigrants, food insecure people, low-income people living with HIV, unaccompanied youth experiencing homelessness, and survivors of domestic violence.


Pastor Cat’s commitment to community service and building friendship across differences make her a great fit for Lee Church. Lee Church has a long history of serving the community through the Wilkinson Food Pantry, Youth Mission Trips, Community Assistance Fund, and a meeting place for local community groups.


Pastor Cat is looking forward to investing her passion for partnering with others in building beloved community with the town of Lee and beyond. Beloved community is a term popularized by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and envisions a world without poverty, hunger, homelessness, and hate. She completed a Spiritual Direction Practicum through Still Harbor in 2022 and also looks forward to accompanying others who may be seeking a compassionate presence to listen with them for the Spirit’s movement in their lives.


She has a joyful spirit and delights in the communal spiritual practices of worship and dialogue. Join her and us on Sunday mornings at 9:30am!


Morning Worship Service at 9:30 AM - Advent Week 4

Evening Services:
Two Services at 4:30 and 7:30 PM
Both are Candlelight Services

The 4:30 service is family focused. All are welcome to attend. 

The 7:30 Service features the voice and bell choirs with Guest musicians. 


Open and Affirming

Lee Church Congregational is open and affirming, welcoming all to participate fully in the life of our church family, its ministries, fellowship, leadership, rites and sacraments, regardless of age, ability, race, ethnicity, faith background, social or economic situation, sexual orientation or gender identity and expression. 

Lee Church Congregational is a congregation of the United Church of Christ