Why we love our church . . .

Why I love Congregational UCC
Why I love Congregational UCC
Why I love Congregational UCC
Why I love Congregational UCC
Why I love Congregational UCC
Why I love Congregational UCC
Why I love Congregational UCC
Why I love Congregational UCC
Why I love Congregational UCC

Christ is Risen! Alleluia!

Our Easter Sunday worship service ended with a tradition at Congregational United Church of Christ: the congregation placed flowers on the cross in front of the church. But the resurrection of Jesus is not the end of the story - it's the beginning. To find out what the risen Christ can mean in your life today, join us next Sunday for worship at 11:00 AM. All are welcome!

New! CUCC Sermons

The Congregational United Church of Christ sermons page has a growing collection of sermons from Julie Peeples, our Senior Pastor, Paul Davis, our Minister for Christian Education, and other guest preachers. You can listen to any sermon directly on the page by simply clicking on the play button on the mp3 player that accompanies each sermon. If you want to download a sermon to your computer, you can right click on the sermon title and save the sermon's mp3 file.
» Click here for the Sermons page

Visitor's FAQ - You Are Welcome Here!

Congregational United Church of Christ is a warm, welcoming congregation that is always happy to receive visitors. To help you feel as comfortable and at-home as possible when you visit us, we've put together some information on what the Congregational experience is like, including what to wear, nursery and Sunday school hours, the worship service, communion, and more. Please note that Congregational is wheelchair accessible.
» Click here for our Visitor's FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Check Out the Spring Supper Study Schedule!

Supper Study programs are held the first and third Wednesdays, unless a speaker's schedule or special event requires a change. All are welcome, but we need firm reservations or cancellations by Tuesday of the week of the program. Cost: $5 for adults, $3 for children (covered dish meals free). Childcare is provided.
» Supper Study Spring Schedule

Update on CUCC Support for Haiti

The response of our members and friends has been overwhelming. To date, monetary contributions in the amount of $4,845 have been collected and sent on in support of relief efforts in Haiti. In addition, generous donations of baby and hygiene items have made it possible for us to ship eleven Baby Care Kits and 161 Hygiene Kits to those in need!

Our Sunday Schedule

Join us this Sunday for worship, Sunday school, or both! And if you want to share fellowship and refreshment after the service, join us for coffee hour in our Fellowship Hall (just follow the crowd to get there!). All are welcome. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m., Worship: 11:00 a.m.
» Sunday school classes   » Directions to the church  » Contact us with any questions

Women's Fellowship

All women in the church are cordially invited to join the Women's Fellowship and a Circle and be an active participant in our church's ministry. Come and share your gifts, enjoy toe fellowship and help accomplish the mission.
» Click here for more info on Women's Fellowship and Circles

Men's Prayer Breakfast

The Men's Prayer Breakfast meets every Friday at Oakcrest Family Restaurant at 7:00 AM to share a bite and conversation. The line-up varies from week to week as schedules permit and no one has an assigned seat. The food is average to good, but the conversation is exceptional. Topics from spirituality to motor oil are heard over the rattle of silverware. » Click here for more info and a map to the restaurant

Sermon: "Making Space"

Not too long ago, there was yet another powerful installment on the series I love on National Public Radio, This I Believe; I hope some of you listen to that. This time the person sharing was a parent from Michigan named Ann Karasinski. She spoke simply yet powerfully of the hopes and dreams she'd had for her child, her daughter Katie, and how those hopes and dreams had not included the heroin addiction that became their family's nightmare. » Click here to read Rev. Julie Peeples' entire sermon (pdf)