We feed the body
Events such as baptisms and confirmation are celebrated at Eliot Church with delicious home-made foods from many cultures.
Eliot Church serves a traditional Thanksgiving feast free to hundreds of our neighbors every year. The meal provides needed food as well as fellowship.
Eliot Church members bring donations of nonperishable food to church each Sunday morning, which our Deacons deliver to the food pantry in Lowell.
St. Paul's Kitchen
This program provides a free meal to anyone in need at 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, served at Eliot Church. To volunteer or for more information, visit the St. Paul's website.
We feed the soul
10 a.m. — Worship service in English, every Sunday
10:15 a.m. — Worship service in Khmer, two middle Sundays each month
Sunday, 9 a.m. — Cambodian adult Sunday School
Sunday, 10:15 a.m. — Sunday school classes for children from preschool through fifth grade, after the children's time in worship
Sunday, 11:30 a.m. — Sunday school classes for youth and adults
Friday, 7 p.m. — Bible study group (in English) meets at the church
Saturday, 10 a.m. — Cambodian Bible study group meets at the church
We feed the spirit
Our life together
The congregation at Eliot Church includes people from a variety of economic and educational backgrounds, all ages, and many ethnic groups, all participating together in the life, work and leadership of the church.
New and long-time members cook and serve meals together. We sing together in several choirs. We learn and pray together. We work together on Session, the Board of Deacons, and committees.
We celebrate our life together as followers of Jesus, and our faith has become our common culture.
Let us welcome you next time you are in Lowell.