Our Easter Week Services are IN PERSON and by Zoom for those unable to attend.
Go to our Facebook page for the zoom link!
Maundy Thursday Service — 7:30 p.m
We are in-person, but a zoom link is available through our facebook page.
Good Friday Vigil — 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. — A Zoom service, but welcome to attend also
Every 15 minutes, a scripture will be read, with sacred music playing. It is a time for prayer and reflection on the love of God through Jesus the Christ
Easter Service — 10:30 a.m.
While our choir is still “in covid waiting”, we will have an excellent soloist and a trumpet player in addition to the music of our Music Director John Adams. Come celebrate this glorious day in the Christian year, and praise God for the gift of a resurrection life!!
Our annual Christmas Eve Service will begin at 4:00 p.m., and will be available ONLY virtually.
The service was originally planned as a HYBRID service, allowing in-person attendance along with on-line availability. We apologize for any inconvenience, but the current surge in covid cases has led us to cancel in-person attendance for this special event.
Directions to attend the service online can be found on our Facebook page (https://m.facebook.com/Clarendon-Hill-Presbyterian-Church-373782233485/).
Bring the children to church on
Saturday, February 8th,for
Valentine’s Day themed crafts and snacks, from 1:00 – 3:00
p.m. CHPC will once again be teaming up with Tufts a capella
group Enchanted for this community outreach event,
beginning with the concert at 1:15 p.m. up in the sanctuary.
Following the concert we will then host arts and crafts activities in
the basement until 3:00 p.m. The city of Somerville has graciously
lifted non-resident parking restrictions near the church for this
event. Please observe all other parking signage. Parking is also
available at the Raymond Street parking lot of West Somerville
On November 3rd, at 4:00 p.m., The Rev. Cindy Kohlmann, the Co-Moderator of the Presbyterian Church (USA), will join us for a special worship service to commemorate our 100th anniversary. CHPC will dedicate the “Art in Exile: Works from Syrian Refugee Camps” exhibition. A community reception will follow. All are welcome!
Fundraising Concert to support STEAM CURES
The Arab Student Association at Tufts and UMASS Amherst, the Network of Arab-American Professionals (NAAP) and the Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church are co-hosting a Ramadan fundraising concert featuring Basel Zayed to support STEAM CURES.
When: Saturday May 18th @ 6:30PM Where: The
Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church on 155 Powder Hill Blvd,
As we embark into the holy month of Ramadan,
Clarendon Hill Presbyterian church is excited to host a meal to break
the fast of Muslims after the concert to show unity and solidarity
within our community.
Basel Zayed is a virtuoso oud player and an acclaimed vocalist skilled in classical and contemporary Arabic music. He draws on deep experience with the Maqam (Arabic) music tradition to explore the beauty and universality of Middle Eastern music, especially when combined with other musical styles, such as jazz.
STEAM Cures (Science Technology Engineering Art and
Math for Communities with Under-served or Refugees Educators and
Students) is a project started in 2017 building STEAM capacity to
empower future scientists and Engineers to rebuild their counties and
communities. STEAM Cures provides STEM education supplies for
refugee camps, trains teachers on the latest STEM education
techniques using affordable materials available in their communities,
and establishes STEAM Education clubs to build future engineers and