Welcome!

The First Congregational Church is an Active and Visible part of the Milford community, situated just off the Oval in Milford, NH. We've been worshiping together as a congregation now for over 225 years. We are committed to the worship of Jesus Christ in a congregation nurtured by fellowship and education. As servants of Christ, we strive to share God's love both in our church and in the greater community. Please join us on Sundays at 10:00 AM or at any one of our events.

Our Leaders

  • Rev. Dr. Alex Gondola, Interim Pastor and Teacher
  • Mr. Benjamin G. Mague, Minister of Music

Sunday Services are held at 10:00AM

  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Nursery care provided during church services
  • Sunday School for age 3 to grade 12
  • Coffee hour after the service in the Parish House
  • Potluck lunch on the last Sunday of the month


First Congregational Church of Milford

United Church of Christ (NH)
P. O. Box 188
10 Union Street
Milford, NH 03055-0188
603-673-3713

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“How We See the World: Gestalt Principles of Visual Perception.” Description: Using examples from advertising, art and architecture, discover how the mind organizes visual elements.

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“How We See the World: Gestalt Principles of Visual Perception.” Description: Using examples from advertising, art and architecture, discover how the mind organizes visual elements.

How We See the World: Gestalt Principals: Dominique Healy

Jan 10, 7:30pm - Jan 10, 9:00pm

The Lyceum

“How We See the World: Gestalt Principles of Visual Perception.” Description: Using examples from advertising, art and architecture, discover how the mind organizes visual elements.

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