Worcester County Church of Christ

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Worcester County Church of Christ in Worcester,MA 01602-2548

Who We Are

The Worcester County Church of Christ is a non-denominational Christian church serving all of Worcester County. We are a diverse congregation in age, race and socio-economic backgrounds. We believe our diversity is a rich blessing from God, and we are very much one family in our love and support for one another as well as our purpose. We strive to follow Christ’s example in sharing the good news of the gospel with hopes of helping many others enter into a saved relationship with God. We believe this is only made possible through the grace of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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    Love the small group bible studies the church has for members and non-members

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Sunday: 10:30am

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280 May St
Worcester, MA 01602-2548
(508) 434-0253

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Sunday 10:30am: Worship Service

Church Leader

Tom  Caswell

Tom Caswell

Lead Evangelist and Women’s Ministry Leader Tom and Sydney have served as the Lead Evangelist and Women’s Ministry Leader in the Worcester County Church of Christ since moving to the area in 2007. Before moving to Worcester, they led churches in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus and Dayton, Ohio over the course of 10 years. During their more than 20 years in the ministry, they also served in the Chicago Church of Christ. They excel in building a strong sense of family in the church, as evidenced here in the Worcester County Church of Christ. Tom and Sydney have two sons, Wyatt and Jesse.