For nearly two centuries, the Church on the Hill has been a cherished landmark of the historic village of Weston, Vermont. Built in 1838, its dramatic setting and graceful architecture make it today one of the most photographed buildings in southern Vermont.
Founded by Baptists, it has now become the Weston Community Church and embraces a broad range of spiritual beliefs.
However, the Church is more than just a building. It is a place of spirituality, a place of peace and a place of music. Throughout the year, the Church offers a variety of events including traditional Sunday services as well as Evensong and Vespers that take advantage of the amazing acoustics of the Church. We also host the popular Sundays on the Hill classical music series. Year-round, it is also the site of many weddings, christenings, ordinations, other personal events, and special community activities.
Now on the National Register of Historic Buildings, the Church on the Hill offers traditional beauty and new and challenging ideas from a variety of modern voices.