First-Time Visitors

First-Time Visitors

We’re so glad you found us!

We meet for worship Sunday mornings at 10:30.  Wearing masks for Sunday service is now optional.  Masking in the Choir space and Sunday School room is still requested, due to close proximity.  Singing and speaking face to face are the times we hope people will be most careful to either wear a mask or keep good distance.  We ask that you spread out in the sanctuary and either test or join over zoom if you feel the least bit unwell.  All services and events are live-streamed via zoom:

Our church office is open on Thursday and Friday from 9:00 to 1:00 to answer any of your questions.

603-563-8139  |

Handicap Access

The Dublin Community Church is handicap accessible, with both a lift into the second-floor Sanctuary and a handicap-accessible restroom off the Church Hall. The Handicap Access entrance is reached by driving around the driveway to the east. You may park right in front of the entrance to drop off/transfer anyone safely into the building; during worship and most events, there is a lift operator on duty just inside the entrance door to assist. Your car will need to be moved after drop off/transfer; there is handicap parking close to the entrance. The process can then be reversed at the end of worship or event.

Location & Parking

We are located in the heart of the Monadnock Region right on Route 101 in Dublin (1125 Main Street), between Peterborough and Keene, New Hampshire.

The Dublin Community Church shares its entry driveway with the Dublin Community Center. The one-way driveway is located on the west side of the church between the two buildings. As you enter, there is parking to the left along the side of the Community Center and in front of the east-west horse sheds behind the church. There is also parking behind the Community Center in a large space to the left of our Garden Sanctuary. The Handicap Access entrance is reached by driving around the driveway to the east. There is always available overflow parking in the Yankee parking lot, and the walk to the church is relatively short. There is also available parking behind the Town Hall.