Worship Services

Our services are now face-to-face in the sanctuary and  live-streamed on each Sunday at 10 a.m. on Dover Congregational UCC Facebook page.  Recorded services will be available under the ‘What We Do’ tab above on Monday mornings.

No Facebook account?  No Problem!  Find instructions to view our service “live” under the ‘What We Do’ tab above, then select ‘Worship Videos.’



Steward of the Month

Nominate a “blessing” — someone from Dover who gives unselfishly for the good of others.   Check it out under the “What We Do” tab above, and then go to “Our Church Family”





Please be sure to keep up with our Zoom Meeting Calendar which you can find here.

Call Jane Coil at church if you need help setting up a Zoom meeting.

Volunteers Are Love In Motion!

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”  Mahatma Ghandi

Looking for opportunities to volunteer in your community?  Check out one-time or ongoing volunteer opportunities under the “What We Do” tab above, then click on “Mission and Outreach.”  New virtual opportunities with Hospice of the Western Reserve!




Open & Affirming Congregation

rainbowWe affirm that God’s grace is available to all. We welcome people of all ages, genders, races, views, abilities, sexual orientations, ethnic, and economic backgrounds into the full life and ministry of our church. We declare this in the name of God, whose Son, Jesus Christ, welcomed all people into God’s circle of grace.






Book Groups
Evening ~ Monday, January 17th, at 6:45 PM via Zoom.  The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley–“Julian Jessop believes most people aren’t really honest with one another–but what if they were?  A journal he leaves behind in a local cafe soon has others adding truths about their own lives. . .and they soon find each other In Real Life at Monica’s Cafe.”  
Monday afternoon book club– February 7 at 1:30 PM in Thomas Hall — Klara and The Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro–“From her place in the store, Klara, an Artificial Friend with outstanding observational qualities, watches carefully the behavior of those who come in to browse, and of those who pass on the street outside.  She remaqins hopeful that a customer will soon choose her, but when the possibility emerges that her circumstances may change forever, Klara is warned not invest too much in the promises of humans.”





Weekdays at Dover

Weekdays the office will be open.  If you have a care or concern you need to discuss, please communicate with the church by phone at (440-871-1050) or email to either the office at (doverucc@doverucc.org) or to Rev. Stuart at (kstuart@doverucc.org).

Our Labyrinth

A Walking Meditation




Keith 2The call of God summons us from easy chairs onto winding roads, rocky paths, and thorny ways. It puts into our minds a hope for new vistas, a craving for new understandings, a thirst for living life on a different plane of discovery.
-Rev. Keith Stuart