Churches

Religion has been an important piece of Londonderry’s culture since the town was first incorporated in 1722. Today, churches of many different denominations dot the landscape all over Londonderry as families grow and learn more about their relationship to God.

Browse the list of local churches and visit their websites to learn where to take your family during your visit to Londonderry.

Granite State Church of ChristSouth Elementary School
88 South Road
434-3874Granite State Church of Christ
Christian Fellowship Baptist Church5 Rockingham Road432-2109Christian Fellowship Baptist Church
Jehovah's Witnesses10 Kendall Pond Road432-3158
Korean Methodist Church of NH517 Mammoth Road421-9100
Church of the King1-E Commons Drive, Units 28/29,437-1574email: Sjplwc@aol.com
Londonderry Baptist Church368 Mammoth Road437-5623Londonderry Baptist Church
Londonderry Christian Church372 Mammoth Road432-4630Londonderry Christian Church
Londonderry Presbyterian Church126 Pillsbury Road434-2113Londonderry Pesbyterian Church
Londonderry United Methodist Church258 Mammoth Road432-7083Londonderry United Methodist
Orchard Christian Fellowship136 Pillsbury Road425-6231Orchard Christian Fellowship
St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church1 South Road423-8711St. Mark the Evangelist
St Jude's Parish435 Mammoth Road423-3333St Jude's Parish
St. Peter's Episcopal Church3 Peabody Row437-8333St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Victory Baptist Church78 Litchfield Road434-2215Victory Baptist Church
Etz Hayim SynagogueOne Hood Road, Derry,NH 432-0004Etz Hayim Synagogue

Londonderry Christian Church

The Londonderry Christian Church has been a part of the community since it began in 1977. Throughout the years, the church has seen different Pastors come and go, but has continued to be an integral part of the community through its many outreaches.

Current Pastor Dave Harrison has been at the Londonderry Christian Church since July 2009. Harrison grew up in Illinois and, after being offered the minister position at the church, he and his wife relocated to Londonderry. Read More