We are so glad you found us. Dover First Christian Church is an independent church that seeks to glorify God and love the people of Tuscarawas Country. We recognize that nearly everything has changed in the past few weeks as our country and community have wrestled with COVID-19 and emotional, health, financial, and social obstacles it presents.  This means things have changed for us here at the church as well. The most up to date information is located on our updates page, but here are some key details.

We are not currently hosting any services or Bible Studies on-site at the building, but you can join us online on Sunday mornings at 10:30am, and on Wednesday nights at 6:00pm for music, prayer and Bible study. The best place to watch is either right here on the website, or at www.facebook.com/doverfcc. Watching on Facebook does allow you to interact with other viewers. Other resources such as kids devotionals, music playlists, short lessons, and prayer sessions are hosted on Facebook as well.

If you would like additional resources for personal study or growth, contact us about accessing RightNowMedia and their incredible library of kid's programming and adult Bible Studies. It's a free service we'd love to share with you.

Functionally, the building will be open Monday-Friday from 9:30am-12:30pm each day. You can stop by the building to pick up communion, get hard copies of our online services, or leave your tithe. You can also give online here.

We are turning much of our energy, time, and money toward helping those in need. Regular updates on what is happening at our church and in our community can be found on our Facebook page or at www.doverfcc.com/updates. ​​​​​​​

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Our Church exists for the purpose of honoring God and loving the people He puts around us. We are here to help you through this difficult season. Here are a few things we are helping with, but if you have a need that is not listed here, please reach out to us, and we will do our best to assist you.

  1. Providing Internet Access - Many students and workers have been sent home to work remotely, but they lack internet access. While Spectrum is providing free internet during this health crisis, they do require a hookup fee. We are partnering with Dover City Schools to help provide internet to families so they can continue their education. If you'd like to help with this service, it costs $100 per family, please contact the chuch and let us know how much you can give. 

  2. Grocery Delivery - Many folks either cannot or should not be headed out during this time. If you, or anyone you know, needs basic grocery items purchased and delivered, please let us know. If you'd be willing to shop and deliver items, contact the church office.

  3. Regular Checkups - We are reaching out to people every week through phone calls. These calls allow for social interaction and also give us an opportunity to asess needs. If you have a loved one or friend who you would like for us to check up on, please contact the church office and we'll put them on our list of regular contacts.
  4. Partnerships - We have been in contact with several other county organizations. If we can't help you, we probably know someone who can. 

If there is anything else we can do for you, please don't hesitate to call or email the church office. We are praying for God's protection and the health of community during this difficult time.