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Living Out Our Purpose

At the United Baptist Church of Ellsworth, our purpose is also our process—to make disciples of Jesus Christ through worship, fellowship, and service for the glory of God.

We exist to proclaim and celebrate the Gospel, the message of God’s salvation through His Son, Jesus Christ.

About Us

United Baptist Church is a dynamic, multi-generational church family with a heart for service. Our mission is to learn from and follow Jesus Christ, while helping others do the same. Our vision is to be the kind of church that people would miss if it weren’t around. Our desire is to be a praying, growing church that honors God by actively meeting the spiritual and physical needs of our members, the people of Ellsworth, Hancock County, and beyond.

Let Us Serve

Job Description: Caring for children under 3 while their parents attend or teach a Sunday School Class

Ministry Leader: Liz Conners

Job Description: Assist in the renovation of the Biblical Counseling Center at 42 Pine Street

Ministry Leader: Scott Conners

Job Description: Be the first to welcome members and visitors to worship on Sunday morning!

Ministry Leader: Ron & Marsha Boyd


These are tough times for everyone.  We understand, and would like to pray for you–no strings attached.  Just send us your first name (if you want to) and what you would like us to pray for, and we will do exactly that.  We may not be able to come alongside you physically at this time, but we can draw near in prayer.  It would be our pleasure to pray for you.


Our Mission & Vision

Our Mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ by offering opportunities for worship, fellowship and service.

The Vision of the United Baptist Church is to be a praying, growing church that glorifies God and actively meets the spiritual and physical needs of our church members, the people of Ellsworth, Hancock County and beyond.

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Which Way from Here?

Many of us are directionally challenged. We can usually tell “up” from “down”, but determining compass points or right from left may cause some temporary anxiety like the lost city folk must have felt when they asked for directions from an old Mainer who in his thick Downeast accent told them “You can’t get they-ah from he-ah.”

An Oasis of Words

Words are important and powerful. They may be a sword or a lullaby depending upon the user’s intention or whim. Strung together, words create stories, poems, lyrics and conversations. They can break hearts or cheer souls. Used wisely, they may encourage and refresh needy spirits and nurture good character. Contemptuous or gossipy words diminish and destroy. Truth spoken with love may inspire change or resolution. Misleading or harsh and condemning and deflating words lead to despair.

According to the Puffins…

Even little birds can give us lofty thoughts. To some, puffins simply raise questions about genetics and adaptive mutations and behaviors. But in the larger context, these little birds are but one of creation’s vast array of variations and adaptations which not only challenge imaginations and serious scientific investigations but also philosophic explanations about meaning and purpose.

Chiseling It Out

Life is a bit like quarrying! We are all stone cutters searching for bedrock!

Flying as Eagles Fly

Bald eagles are definitely forces “to be reckoned with”. They have powerful talons which can exert ten times the pressure of an adult male human hand and can have up to seven foot wingspans enabling them to catch updrafts and soar thousands of feet in the air where their amazing visual and color acuities allow them to spot signs of small prey and fish. Their attacks may be unsuspected and swift, but their presence is formidable and commands tremendous respect.


What we can do?

What we can do?

Brothers and sisters, As we move into the fall and winter months it is fairly clear that our life together will again be influenced by the coronavirus around us.  Naturally, we hoped this would all be over and that we would be back to “normal” by now.  Normal--if you...

COVID Update

COVID Update

To the members and friends of UBC Below is a summary changes we are making in response to the recent loosening of mask and social distancing requirements: Beginning Sunday, May 30th, we will hold worship services at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. We will continue to live-stream...

Spring and Summer Songs Psalms Reading Plan

Spring and Summer Songs Psalms Reading Plan

We hope you enjoyed the NT125 Reading Plan, and the habit of reading scripture regularly.  This summer we’re shifting gears and heading to the Old Testament, and in particular, to the Psalms.  Our most recent Reading Plan is Spring and Summer Songs.  It is designed to...

United Baptist Church

28 Hancock St. 

Ellsworth, Maine 

United Baptist Church


Sunday Services: 8:30am & 11:00am

Sunday School Groups: 10am

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