Mid-Cape Worship Center


Welcome to Cape Cod!


Mid-Cape Worship Center offers help to international workers on a J1, H2b, or H2r visa.


Those of us at Mid-Cape Worship Center would like to welcome you to Cape Cod! Thank-you for your dedication and hard work in your jobs across the area! If you need help with housing, obtaining bicycles, or if you just need someone to talk to, please feel free to contact us. If you want to know what we believe, please go to Journey Answers. Jouney Answers is available in several different languages. 


If you are here on a J1 visa: We are honored to work with people from 11 different churches to host summer events for J1 students. If you are on Facebook, please join the group "Hello Summer J-1" or visit the Hello Summer J1 werbsite for information on upcoming dinners, bonfires, BBQs, and off-Cape trips. If you need housing, please visit the page "Mid-Cape J1 Housing". If you need help with food please contact Rev. Catherine Boyle. If you are not being given enough hours at your job, please contact your USA approved sponsor. Your sponsor is there to help you! You are invited to attend our church services. If you need a ride, please call (508) 385-4660. If you need a bicycle to get to and from work, please contact Papa Denny.

Hello Summer J-1 Welcome Dinner | June 17, 2016 from Brandon DeTraglia on Vimeo.



If you are here on an H2b or H2r visa:

Our international service is held at the church on Wednesday nights at 7 PM. if you need a ride to this service, please call (508) 385-4660. We have penny concerts, Jamaican dinners, and shopping trips during the summer and fall months.  For more information, please contact Rev. Matt Boyle


 142 Depot Street ~ Box 567 ~ Dennisport, Massachusetts 02639 ~ (508)394-2345

Questions? Comments?

Everyone has their own opinions of what it means to be mature. It's not just a product of aging, but rather a mindset that is found in different people—some old and some young.


… is the ability to control anger and settle differences without violence or destruction.

… is the patience, the willingness to pass up immediate pleasure in favor of the long term gain.

… is unselfishness—responding to the needs of others, often at the expense of one's own desires or wishes.

… is the capacity to fare unpleasantness and frustration, discomfort and defeat, without complaint and collapse.

… is humility. It is being big enough to say, "I was wrong", and when right, the mature person need not say, "I told you so".

… is the ability to make a decision and stand by it. The immature spend their lives exploring endless possibilities then do nothing.

… means dependability, keeping one's word, coming through in a crisis.

… is the art of living in peace with that which we cannot change.


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