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Small Groups

In small groups of people seeking to explore spirituality and faith in a way that calls us, we go deep.  Here are our small group ministries in addition to our youth groups, mission trips, and confirmation class.  We’re always open to starting new ones!

Bake & Freeze Ministry – Established as a way to supplement the efforts of Fellowship in providing meals to “Our Pilgrims”.  It was challenging to get meals on short notice to those in need, so having prepared frozen meals at the ready alleviates that challenge.

Biking Ministry – Contact Jon Wortmann for details.  Email to:

Chancel Choir – Leads and supports the congregation in the singing of hymns and musical responses and provides choral anthems and/or solos within the Sunday morning service. The choir rehearses every Thursday evening from 7:30-9:20 p.m. from mid-September thru early June under the direction of the Music Minister. New members are always welcomed.  Grace Choi Email to:

Children’s Choir – “Celestial Singers” – The Littlest Angels is a choir of children ages 2nd grade through 11th grade which meets most Sundays right after church in the Music Room and sings in church a few times during the year. Contact is Grace Choi Email to:

Choir – “All Souls” Choir – All Souls is a choir established for singers who love to sing but unable to commit to the regular Chancel Choir.  They rehearse Sundays after the service. Contact is Grace Choi directed by Grace Choi,

Friar Tuck – Friar Tuck Ministries is an open group to men and women who are interested in the brewing process for holy spirits.  The group brews for Progressive Dinner and Cinco de Mayo. Dave Qua 508-485-9344 Email to: (monthly) 12:30-3 p.m.

Goddard Summer Program Planning Team – This is a chance to offer the ministry of hugs and squeeze, fun and play to kids who otherwise would be stuck at home or getting in trouble on the street during their summer break.  The summer camp runs from late June to late July for third thru fifth grade students. Volunteers will mingle with kids as we do Arts & Crafts, indoor / outdoor games, gardening, computers and more!  Sally Fodor Email to:

Grief Support – The Grief and Healing group is a drop-in quarterly group addressing the complexities of loss, and the role of faith through the healing process. Through prayer and conversation, we explore all the phases of grief, and places of hope.  Open to all.  Julie Cedrone (as scheduled) 508-485-4847 Email to:

Handbell Choir – (most Wednesdays @ 7:30 p.m. Sept. thru June) Carla Mason 508-770-1222 Email to:

Healthy Living – Every Monday at 9:30 a group of individuals, men and women, gather to talk about different ways to be healthier. Past topics have included genius, personality assessments, world culture, and meditation. The group is led by Jon Wortmann or an expert in the group on particular areas of interest.  Jon Wortmann (9:30 a.m. on Mondays with the exception of holidays) 508-485-4847 Email to:

Jr. High Youth Group – A safe place for 7th and 8th graders to meet every Sunday morning to examine their faith by learning about the basics of Christianity.  It is a place to voice their opinions about current issues, while they continue to wrestle with dramatic changes in their hearts, minds and bodies during and through adolescence.  Steve Gutro Email:

Kononia – Meeting weekly as a nurturing and faithful community, sharing our inner spiritual journey and exploring ways to more fully experience a deeper awareness of God’s presence in our lives.  Because sharing groups can only function well with a limit number of members, it has been necessary to limit the group to the current membership.  Any wishing to form a similar small group may contact Reid Roberts, and every effort will be made to assist you.  Email to:

Men’s Club – The Men’s Club provides an opportunity for the men in the congregation through fellowship and fun to; get acquainted, socialize and provide for others.  Activities include: the Annual Habitat for Humanities mission trips to Portland, ME, the Spaghetti Dinner/Raffle fund raiser, Holiday Breakfast and other programs as scheduled.  Bill Harrington (as scheduled) Email to:

Our Father’s Table  – A group of 19 churches who serve meals to the needy 3 times a week at the New Hope Church, 204 Main Street in Marlborough.  Our responsibility is the first Tuesday of each month for which we need people to cook and serve.  Joan Anderson (1st Tuesday of the month)  Email to:

Prayer Shawl/Knitting  Ministry – (1st & 3rd Sundays of the month) – We meet the first and third Sundays from September through May.  We provide blankets for baptized babies (and adults), Pocket Prayer Shawls for the Troop Care Package Drive event twice a year, hats for the Adopt-A-Child program at Christmas, as well as shawls for comfort and love for those in need.Sheryn Carew Email to:

St. Patrick’s Manor Worship Group – (every third Wednesday October through May) – Jon and The Chapel Choir provide a 3:30 p.m. ecumenical worship service for residents of this Framingham nursing home. Barbara Porter Email to:

Sr. High Youth Group – PCYG is the Youth Group for the senior high at Pilgrim Church.  All students in 9th-12th grade are welcome.   We meet for activities, discussions, service projects, fun, fundraising, spiritual development, community building, and a yearly mission trip.  Sarah Hile Email to:

Women’s Fellowship – Women of the church who meet for various activities throughout the year including a women’s retreat, advent wreath making workshop, cookie swap, game night, potluck, etc.

Women’s Spirituality Group – A group of women who meet to discuss books related to women’s spirituality. (1st and 3rd Mondays 7:30-9 p.m.)  Debbie Herrick 508-485-4847 Email to:

Yoga – (Every Tuesday 9:30 a.m.) – An exercise class for all levels.  Michele Landes 508-460-3801 Email to: