Viewing Our Services from Home

We understand that sometimes inclement weather, health issues, or other obstacles may prevent you from attending our services in person. To that end, we have worked with cable providers to ensure you can view our services from home. The chart below lists the channels on which our services will be aired, live. In addition, we are currently in the process of making videos available of our services that you will be able to access from our website.

Reading MA residents:Click here for a weekly listing of programming on channels 9 Comcast and 31 Verizon. A special thank you to John Surette for coordinating worship service copies to RCTV weekly!

Woburn MA residents:Click here for a weekly listing of programming on channels:  Comcast: Channels 9, 10, 22 and Verizon: Channels 43, 45, 47 and RCN: Channels 3, 13. A special thank you to Rosemary K. for coordinating worship service copies to the Woburn Public TV station weekly!

North Reading MA residents:Click here for a weekly listing of programming on channels:  Channel 22 Comcast and Channel 24 Verizon. A special thank you to Judy Riley for coordinating worship service copies to NORCAM weekly!

Wilmington MA residents:Click here for a weekly listing of programming on channel 9 Comcast and Channel 37 Verizon. A special thank you to John Surette for coordinating worship service copies to WCTV weekly!

Burlington MA residents:Click here for a weekly listing of programming on channels  9, 22, 10 Comcast, RCN  3, 13 and 15 and Verizon  39 40 41. A special thank you to Al Murray for coordination worship service copies to BCAT weekly!

Stoneham, MA residents:Click here for a weekly listing of programming on channels Comcast Channel 22, RCN Channel 15,  and Verizon Channel 36. A special thank you to Beverly Thompson for coordinating worship copies to Stoneham Cable Access Television weekly!

Service Video Archive

We are currently working to get all of our service videos archived and made available online to you.

Sermon Text Archive

We are currently working on making many of the past sermons available in essay format.