program of Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative

Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative through the Interfaith Chaplaincy Program – brings people together to worship, reflect, and learn. Rev. Bert Coté is on-site for spiritual care at Sturdy Memorial Hospital and participates in other community events and services.


Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative holds an annual outdoor Sunrise Service at Capron Park’s Newell Shelter on the morning of Easter Sunday. It is our tradition. 

We were saddened by the devastating impact of the virus throughout the world and close to home. In light of the Statewide Stay-At-Home Advisory, our Easter Service this year was instead shared virtually. May the spirit of love and hope renew us. 

“Welcome to this Easter Service . . . let us be thankful for the grace given us, that allows us to begin again.” – Pastor Bert Cote


View the Interfaith Service of Thanksgiving here.

On the Sunday before Thanksgiving, the Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative holds an annual Interfaith Service of Thanksgiving. Members from all faith communities are invited to come together in worship. Plan to join us in celebration and gratitude.

This service changes location each year, highlighting the interfaith connectivity that thrives in the Attleboro area. Host sites have included:

  • Living Word of Life Church, Attleboro
  • First Baptist Church, North Attleboro
  • St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, Norton
  • Congregation Agudas Achim, Attleboro
  • Centenary United Methodist Church, Attleboro
  • Second Congregational Church UCC, Attleboro
  • Murray United Unitarian Church, Attleboro
  • First United Methodist Church, North Attleboro
  • and many others