Believing God loves us and calls us to serve, we seek to welcome all and, following the example of Jesus Christ, to reflect God's love to each other, our community, and the world.

  • Lee Church Congregational
  • Lee Church Congregational
  • Lee Church Congregational
  • Lee Church Congregational
  • Lee Church Congregational

Upcoming Events

September 19 3:00pm - 12:00am
Tile Floor cleaning

September 20 6:00am - 8:30am
Floors Drying

September 20 9:00am - 5:00pm
Cocheco Quilt Guild Workshop (tentative)

September 21
Sunday School

September 21 8:30am - 9:30am
Praise Service

September 21 10:30am - 11:30am
Traditional Service

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Join Us For Worship

Sunday Worship Services

Praise Service: 8:30 AM Worship & Sunday school with fellowship coffee hour following
Traditional Service: 10:30 AM Worship & Sunday school with fellowship coffee hour following

We serve Communion on the first Sunday of the month with the exception of June when Communion is served on the second Sunday.

Contact us at (603) 659-2861 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Christian Education Dates for September

Sat. 6:  At the annual Lee Country Fair, visit us at the Lee Church Youth Group table this year where some of our youth and leaders will be sharing information about how to get involved in upcoming events and highlights from the incredible experiences many of them had at this summer’s work camp.

Sun. 7:  Last morning of our single 9:30 summer service. 
CE meeting and teacher training @ 6:30pm in Lee Church library.
Please contact Jill Paré, Director of CE, with concerns or questions about attending.

Sun. 14: Dedication of Sunday school teachers at beginning of both services. 
Sunday school begins for both services for kids from ages 4-grade 12
Secret Pal Reveal @9:30 after 1st service
Lee Church Rally Day Picnic behind Mast Way School from noon-3pm

Sun. 21: Bible Sunday- 3rd graders and confirmation students will receive their Bibles at the beginning of each service.  We hope you can all be here to share in this important milestone in the faith of our growing church members.
Parents and Confirmands meeting at noon.

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Lee Hill Early Learning Center

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We are enrolling students for the fall. We'd love to have you visit and learn more about our school.

Lee Hill Early Learning Center offers nature-based educational programs for preschool children ages 3 years and up as well as before and after-school care for kindergartners.


  • Full day programs 2, 3, or 5 days per week from 7:00-5:30
  • Half-day programs 2, 3 or 5 days per week from 8:30-12:30 with extended day options from 7:00-8:30 am and from 12:30-2:30 pm


  • 2, 3, or 5 days per week
  • Transportation to or from Mast Way Elementary School
  • Wrap-around care available

Lee Hill Early Learning Center is located on the grounds of Lee Church Congregational. Like us on facebook and visit our website at to learn more.

For more information:  Please contact Director Laura Lawrence at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 603-659-3456.

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Driving Directions to Lee Church Congregational

Lee Church Congregational is located at 17 Mast Rd. (Rt. 155) in Lee NH. Lee Church is the only church in Lee, NH. The building is between Mast Way Elementary School on the Northeast end and The Lee Town Hall on the Southwest end of Rt.155.

From the Lee Traffic Circle (intersections of Route 4 and Route 125), take 125 South, approx. one and a half miles. Turn left onto GEORGE BENNETT Road. Bear to the left at the triangle and turn left onto Mast Road (Rt. 155). Go approx. one half mile. Church will be on your left.

From the south, take 125 North and make a right onto GEORGE BENNETT Road. Follow directions as above.

Hint: Lee’s Police and Fire Departments are housed on George Bennett Road. Look for markers to help orient you to George Bennett Rd.



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History of Lee Church Congregational

Our Heritage ~~Non-denominational religious services were conducted regularly in Lee before 1850 in what is now the Grange Hall. In 1861 a small new chapel, on the site of our sanctuary, was built so as to have a house in the community entirely devoted to worshipping God. The Church was officially organized on December 3, 1867 with 14 members.  The Parsonage was built in 1874. The Lee Missionary Society, formed in 1906, has evolved into the Women’s Guild.  The Sunday School predated the building of the Chapel.               


The Church joined the United Church of Christ in 1961



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Women's Guild

The Women's Guild of Lee Church meets on the second Thursday of the month from 9:30 am to 1 pm in Fellowship Hall. Women of all ages meet for fellowship and support local and global outreach. All women from the community are welcome to attend.
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