Dover Foxcroft Congregagational Church
824 West Main Street
PO Box 328
Dover Foxcroft, ME 04426
Here at the Dover Foxcroft Congregational Church we are committed to being the body of Christ at work in the world.

That work begins right here in our community but extends across our state, nation, and globe.

Below you will find some of our current Outreach and Missions Projects.
Outreach and Missions:
Everyone is well aware of rising energy costs. Here in northern New England those costs can be more than an inconvenience, they can make ones home uninhabitable and put children at risk. To address these needs our church has established an assistance program that works with area agencies to provide heating oil or propane to those in need. By working with these agencies we are able to ensure that we are filling the gaps and not duplicating services. We are grateful to Penquis Cap for working with us in this endeavor.
Heating Assistance
Dover-Foxcroft Area Food Cupboard
Community Dinner Project
Miscellaneous Projects
Video Broadcast
We are proud to support the work of the Dover-Foxcroft Area Food Cupboard. The DFAFC is the succesor of a minsitry that has been in since 1994 and provides food to area residents in need.
As an outreach to those who are homebound because of health or limited mobility we record our Sunday Services. You can watch our services through this website.
In the fall of 2014 we began offering a free meal to anyone in need. Other churches and organizations have since joined our efforts. Our community now has a free meal almost every monday of the year. Most meals are held at our facility. Some are also hosted at the United Methodist and United Baptist Churches.
Featured Missions of the Month
In addition to the projects listed above our missions committee leads the congregational and several other projects through the year. Some of these projects are listed below.

Baby Layettes - These are provided to our local hospital, Mayo Regional.

School Kits - A project of Church World Service.

Blankets + - A project of Church World Service.

Hannah House - Transitional Housing for women and their families, run by WomanCare

The Maine Seacost Mission Christmas Program.

Prayer Shawls - these handmade shawls are blessed and given to those who facing challenging life circumstances, such as the loss of a loved one, divorce, or long term illness. It is our way of reminding people that they are loved and in our prayers.

Hygiene Kits - A project of Church World Service.
In an effort to educate ourselves about real global needs, widen our reach, and deepen our impact, we select a different mission each month of the year. In addition to supporting our regular projects listed above, a significant portion of our monthly Missions offering goes to a particular project. Examples from recent months are listed below.

January - The Church of North India (Efforts to Address Human Trafficking)

February - Honduras Sanitation Project

March - Kim and Erik Free (Missionaries in Mozambique)

April - One Great Hour of Sharing

May - Pilgrim Lodge Scholarship Drive (A Denominational Outdoor Ministry)

June - Disaster Relief Nepal

July - Strengthen the Church (A Denominational Campaign)

August - Local School Children in Need

September - Neighbors in Need (A Denominational Campaign)

October - Spruce Run/Womancare Alliance

November - Refugee Aid

Decemeber - Pine Tree Hospice