Earth Day Service
On April 27th we celebrate Earth Day with a service put together by the Inside / Outside Committee. This year we welcome
Dick is a long-time Lee resident, a member emeritus of the Lee Conservation Commission, and a UNH professor emeritus of forestry. His message is entitled “Earth Day: What Are We Celebrating Anyway?”
Events since the 60’s have shown us two things: Human actions can cause much environmental damage and ecological change, even on a global scale, but it has been demonstrated that concerted effort at all levels of government, as well as individually by people and groups of committed people, has so far been able to reduce the damage done and even to improve conditions.
Earth Day was established in part to remind us of the commitment we must continue to keep in order to properly care for the earth. We continue to experience successes and failures in maintaining a livable habitat for us and all life forms to which we are related physically/biologically and some would agree, spiritually. With guidance and strength from the Holy Spirit, humans will meet the challenge.
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
Lee Church is accepting resumes for the position of Sr. & Jr. Hand-Bell Director
Hand-Bell Sr. & Jr. Choir Director Job Description
To provide appropriate hand bell choir during services of worship and special church events determined in a cooperative working relationship with the Pastor and Music Committee.
Skills and Qualifications:
Knowledge of Christian worship demonstrating the ability to select appropriate hand-bell music.
Knowledge of music theory and hand-bell techniques required to perform hand-bell music.
Knowledge of management principles and coordination of hand-bell choir members and resources.
Knowledge of principles of training, teaching and instruction for hand-bell players of various ages.
Knowledge of the essence of performance, individual differences in ability, personality and interests; learning and motivation.
Ability to objectively self-assess and assess performance of hand-bell players.
Encourage and build mutual trust, respect, and cooperation among bell ringers.
Select, prepare, and provide appropriate hand bell music for worship services and special services from September to June.
Effectively communicate with staff and hand-bell members.
Confer with the Pastor to integrate the bell program in planning worship services.
Plan, schedule, and arrange details for rehearsals of the hand-bell choirs.
Rehearse sufficiently to maintain a high quality of music for performance.
Recruit members of all ages for the hand-bell choirs.
Maintain library of hand-bell music.
Attend monthly Music Committee meetings.
Attend staff meetings as requested.
Maintain library of hand-bell music.
Posted 31 December 2013 until position is filled.
Lee Hill Early Learning Center
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
Birthday Fellowship Hour
We host a monthly birthday party between services (around 9:30 am), on the last Sunday of each month, to recognize those celebrating a birthday the following month.
The April birthday party will be held onApril 27th and will recognize members/friends of the church with birthdays in May. Please join us for cake.
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.