The Congregational Church of Rupert, an open and affirming church, located in the beautiful Rupert Valley of southern Vermont, a rural farming community. Our worship service begins at 10:30 A.M. every Sunday which includes musical accompaniment on our 1929 Estey pipe organ. Worship is followed by fellowship after the service. We welcome vacationers, guests and area residents to visit.
How to Find us
Congregational Church of Rupert
2803 Route 153
P.O. Box 87
Rupert, VT 05768
|Pastor:||Rev. Dr. Steven Berry|
|Ministers:||All of us|
Our church is easy to find on Route 153, the main road in Rupert, next to the Rupert Street Cemetery. We are due north of Bennington and near the towns of Dorset and Manchester, VT. We are east of the town of Salem, New York and NYS Route 22.
Come for the Rupert Valley Sunset
Stay for Pizza and the show!!
You do not want to miss the opportunity to kick up your heels in the church yard of the 1786 Meeting House! All donations collected from attendees will benefit the preservation of this 235-year-old amazing structure and its commitment to the Rupert community! Come have some fun and preserve this meeting house for the future!! The Pizza Burrow wood fired pizza ovens will be on site before the show, so come early and come hungry!!
We are excited to announce a super fun event to benefit our 235-year-old meeting house!! With the fabulous folk sounds of Rik Palieri, Ernie Stiles and Phil Henry and the feel of an authentic 1940’s Variety show we will be kickin’ up our heels in the church yard on September 11th at 6:00 pm.
Be sure to pack your banjo, guitar, harmonica, and voices because musicians are encouraged to stick around and keep the songs going!!
FYI: Admission is by donation, and we may do a pass the hat collection during the event
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