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We have some great news!

First and Wesley United Methodist Churches have come together and are now Beacon of Hope United Methodist Church of Framingham.
We are in the church building at 360 Water Street, Framingham, Mass. Get Directions.


Worship Service
10:00am In-person & Live on Facebook
Or visit our Messages page.

Prayer & Connections - On hold.

Prayer & Connections - On hold.

Saturday Morning Prayer Time, 7:30 am on Zoom

Pastor's Office Hours for this Week

Pastor Heather Kattan
  • Monday: at Wesley 10 am to 1 pm
  • Wednesday: at First 10 am to 1 pm
  • Thursday: available by appointment


Faith in Food is a ministry of Beacon of Hope United Methodist Church in Framingham, providing food, toiletries, paper goods and cleaning supplies to those in need north of Rte. 9.nThe First United Methodist church fellowship hall (360 Water Street, Framingham) is open on Fridays from 4:00-6:00pm.

We are a 501C3 (nonprofit). Monetary donations will be accepted for use in purchasing needed items. Make checks payable to First U.M.C. (note Faith in Food) 360 Water St. Framingham, Ma 01701.

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Faith in Food Needs the Following Items
This week's list is:

  • Toilet Paper (single rolls)
  • Sugar
  • All Meats and Poultry (Pork, Hot dogs, Chicken Thighs, Ground Beef)
  • Monetary donations

Dropoff bins are located outside the Hall door.
They are checked on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Faith in Food is open from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the Beacon of Hope UMC Fellowship Hall.

Due to the current rise and spread of the Delta variant, we are asking everyone to return to mask-wearing in the church building. Not only can this variant breakthrough vaccines, but as Christians, we hold strongly to protecting the most vulnerable. Our children cannot receive the vaccine yet, and we can never know everyone's health issues. We stand on the side of caution because we have been taught about love by Jesus and about sharing that love by caring for each other. We pray for the day when we can see the end of the pandemic.

For Sunday worship services, Congregational singing is welcomed, but those who sing must remain masked.

We will continue to be careful and provide wipes for cleaning and hand sanitizer.

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