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Never place a period where God has placed a comma!

                                                                 -- Gracie Allen


What is the UCCWelcome to the United Church of Christ! The UCC was founded in 1957 as the union of several different Christian traditions: From the beginning, we've been a church that insists Christians do not always have to agree to live together in one church.  Our motto—"that they may all be one"—is Jesus' prayer for the unity of the church. The UCC is one of the most diverse Christian denominations in the United States. We hope you'll join us.


More About the UCC

While preserving relevant portions of heritage and history dating back to the 16th century, the UCC and its forebears have consistently moved forward, tying faith to social justice, shaping cutting edge thinking and serving others in an ever-changing world.  Affirming that Jesus Christ is the Head of the Church, the UCC claims the faith of the historic church expressed in ancient creeds and reclaimed in the insights of Protestant reformers.


The UCC also affirms the responsibility of the church in each generation and community to make faith its own in reality of worship, in honesty of thought and expression, and in purity of heart before God. One of the UCC's distinguishing characteristics is its penchant to believe that ... God is still speaking, ... even when it puts us out there alone.  History has shown that, most often, we're only alone for a while. Join us!


The UCC tends to be a mostly progressive denomination that unabashedly engages heart and mind. And yet, the UCC somehow manages to balance congregational autonomy with a strong commitment to unity--despite wide differences among many local congregations on a variety of issues.


For much more information about The UCC, See


November 25, 2020


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