Livestreamed Worship Services and Meditation

Livestreamed worship services, 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.

Keith’s weekly Replenish Meditation will be livestreamed each Monday at 10:00 AM on the Dover Facebook page, and will be available under the ‘What We Do’ tab.



Helping Out Our Disenfranchised

Over 40 books were delivered to “Our Favorite Things” for the Literacy in the H.O.O.D program.  “Thank you to Dover Church for your generosity.”  Lisa McGuthry, CEO  The books will be distributed to children/youth in the Cleveland area.



Calling all Bingo players!!!

Every Wednesday evening, at 7:00 PM, join Joe Vivona on Zoom for Zingo Bingo!      Email Joe at to sign up and get the Zoom link.



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

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.”




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 ~ third Monday of the month at 6:45 p.m.   For November, the group will be reading White Fragility: Why It Is So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism, by Robin DiAngeloMs. DiAngelo “illuminates the phenomenon of white fragility and allows us to understand racism as a practice not restricted to ‘bad people.’
The Monday afternoon book club will meet via a Zoom meeting on Monday, December 7th at 1:30 PM to discuss The Boston Girl by  Anita Diamant–“a moving portrait of one woman’s complicated life in twentieth century America. . .a fascinating look at a generation of women finding their places in a changing world.”  


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 ( or to Rev. Stuart at (

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