First UMC - Stoughton

Sunday Worship

Every Sunday at 11:00 AM in-person and on Zoom

103 Pleasant St. Stoughton, MA 02072

Click here to join us for worship online

Our History

Methodism began in West Stoughton in 1806 when a circuit preacher came to attend a sick man in the home of Hezekiah and Rebecca Gay and was asked to preach there. In 1810 occasional services were held. A class of five members was formed in 1812 and Stoughton was added to the list of appointments on the Mansfield and Easton circuit. By 1818 the membership had increased to forty and a meeting house was erected in Factory Village at a cost of $7000. This meeting house, later used as a dwelling, was razed on July 17, 1987. In 1834 a new house of worship was built in the center of town at a cost of $2,200 where the present property is located. It was dedicated on September 23, 1835.

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Mission Partners

Isle Marks Food Pantry

Tuesday mornings from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Located in the small schoolhouse in lower parking lot

Serving Stoughton and Sharon residents

For more information, please call (781) 341-1994

Alcoholics Anonymous

Monday 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Wednesday 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Fireplace Room - enter door on left-hand side of the church, turn right down the hallway into the first room on the right

Our Space for Your Events

Our large hall is suitable for gatherings of all kinds - use of tables and chairs is included.
We also have other classroom and meeting room spaces available.
The first floor is handicap accessible along with the restrooms.

Reach out to check availability and for donation suggestions.