Even though you may be curious about what “church” is like on the inside, we know that entering an unfamiliar building to find people you don’t know can be daunting. But if you’re looking for a welcoming community and an invitation to check out the United Congregational Church of Holyoke, go ahead; walk through the door!
Out of concern for the health and safety of our staff and the community, UCC Holyoke has suspended in-person Worship Services for the forseeable future. However, we are still gathering for worship online. We have our own YouTube channel where we livestream weekly worship services; past services are available for viewing there as well. Past services can also be found on our website here.
We invite everyone to follow us on our Facebook and Instagram pages for more information about Online Worship services and when in-person services will be restored.
From Appleton Street Door, find elevator near end of hallway. Some steps required to reach Skinner Chapel or Choir Room.
From Maple Street Door, turn right for Skinner Chapel. Wheelchair lift to Main Sanctuary on the left. Elevator to rest of building is through Main Sanctuary.
Automatic Door Openers on Appleton and Maple Street Doors, and also leading into the Main Sanctuary from the elevator on one end, and the entry area on the other.
Accessible Restrooms are located near the elevator on the Appleton Street level and the Assembly Hall (lower) level.
Doors open for Faithwaze Breakfast Chapel
Seeker’s Class in Parlor A. Please use the Appleton Street entrance, then the first door on your left.
Choir Rehearsal. Appleton Street entrance, follow the hallway past the elevator and take the stairway all the way up to the choir room.
Worship in Chapel or Main Sanctuary
Children and Youth to Classrooms on Lower Level
Coffee, Cookies and Conversation in Parlor B.
Jack Horner’s Corner in Parlor A
Intergenerational Choir rehearsal in Choir Room