About the Church
The Congregational Church of East Hampton is located in the center of the East Hampton village, and has been in continuous service since 1748. We have a lively membership of about three hundred and fifty people, including almost one hundred students enrolled in our Church School program, with a part time director of Christian Education to administer the program. All are welcome to join in fellowship following the worship service each and every Sunday.
The church is accessible.
The Congregational Church of East Hampton has long served as a focal point in town, with many groups using the church’s facilities. The church was constructed in 1948 in the Greek Revival style on the site of its predecessor, South Congregational Church, which was destroyed by fire in 1941. Two earlier churches were also at this location, one built in 1755 and another one a hundred years later. The church serves as a social and aesthetic focal point, with its front lawn serving as the town green, a site of concerts, picnics,and other activities. Read more about the history of the church here!
The Church Library
The Church Library has been spruced up! You can check out books by signing the notebook on the counter and including the check out date and when you return it. Please leave returned books on the counter. There is a children’s section as well.
Rent Our Hall
Looking for a space to host an event? Look no further! The church’s Fellowship Hall can be rented for birthday parties, anniversary parties, family get-togethers… any time you need a space to gather. Call the church office for more information on fees and availability: 860-267-4959