Welcome to Cottage Hill Church, Springfield, MA

Thanks for visiting Cottage Hill Church online.

We’re hoping our website gives you a sense of who we are and what’s important to us.

If we were to wrap our mission around one visual, it’s moving along in the journey from wherever you are right now, to right where Jesus Christ wants you to be.  Each of us has been on a unique journey to this very moment.  The experiences we’ve had, the people in the journey and all the ups and downs have formed who we are right now, even as we meet online.  It’s our mission to move together from wherever “right now” is on to experience the full life Jesus Christ designed – and died – for you to experience.  

As we all do that, we experience all that God planned a Church should be.

Coming Up


“It’s Not Too Late!” Valentine’s Banquet, March 1

Youth Snow Camp at Word of Life, March 6-8

Springfield Falcons Game, March 13

“Lord, teach me to study the Bible” beginning March 14

About Us

People Silhouette

What's Important to Us?

* Understanding what God's living Word, the Bible, has to say for living now;
* Praying so we experience the power of God in beyond-the-norm living;
* Connecting with each other in significant relationships;
* Serving in ways that continually stretch us;
* Reaching out beyond ourselves and our city to our world.


Meet our Pastors


Pastor Jeff knew God wanted him to be a Pastor when he was in Bible College.  The plan for a one year Bible exposure turned into a lifelong calling.

Pastor Jeff's Profile 




Pastor Ted dreaded any school day when he’d have to be up front.  He pretended to be sick to avoid one speech class assignment.  God  has turned that around and uses him to preach His Word to the church family.


" What this means is that those who become Christians become new persons. They are not the same anymore, for the old life is gone. A new life has begun! All this newness of life is from God, who brought us back to himself through what Christ did. And God has given us the task of reconciling people to him. "

2 Corinthians 5:17-18