No matter who you are, whom you love, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.
At First Church we are united with God and with one another. Through worship and prayer, the education of children and adults, fellowship, and sharing faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, we grow as individuals and together as a community of faith.
At First Church serving is Faith in Action. We share Christ’s healing forgiveness and life-giving presence through deeds of loving and caring. We continually expand our mission and ministry through outreach within our church, our community, and our world.
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Welcome from Rev. Dr. Andrew W. Armstrong
At First Church of Nashua, no matter who you are, whom you love, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.
Our Communion table, like our congregation, is open and includes every person who hears Jesus Christ’s invitation to New Life. We welcome all persons, without exception, to participate in worship and fellowship. We believe that the Gospel message is for everyone and affirms the dignity and worth of all persons as children of God. All those who accept the First Church Covenant are welcomed as full members and are eligible to participate in all sacraments and rites of the church and to enjoy all the blessings and responsibilities of membership.
Our faith in God is essentially a relationship. Jesus Christ welcomes us, unites us together, and equips us for service in and through the church. God’s Word is the light that guides our journey of faith. Everything we try to do here at First Church is practical and personal. We believe our spiritual lives are woven together through Christ.
We worship and work together according to the Great Commandment: to love God and to love our neighbors as ourselves. Simply put, we are just ordinary people doing our human best to be ambassadors for Christ together.