Due to the COVID pandemic, our church's building is temporarily closed, and all of our groups are meeting virtually.
Everyone is welcome to join any of our ongoing virtual groups.
Click here to receive an email link to any of our groups:
Adult Forum Class - “The Incubators”
Every Sunday 9:00-10:15 AM and Tuesdays 7-7:45 PM
This adult forum tackles a variety of topics, such as white privilege, progressive Christianity, and other racial and social justice issues. Each week as part of the Adult Forum class, we also include a component of spiritual grounding. This is not a Bible study but a personal response to a word or phrase in a scripture reading that speaks to us personally as if from God.
All are welcome to join!
United Christian Church's Coffee Half Hour
Every Sunday Immediately Following Our Service
Grab a cup o' Joe and join us from the comfort of your own home. This is a casual time for us to check in with each other personally.
Women to Women Group
Every Wednesday 4:30-5:15
Our femme friendly group meets virtually and includes supporting one another as we tap into our personal spirituality, reflecting on a Richard Rohr devotion, and a time of prayer. All those who identify as women are invited.
Green Chalice Group
First Monday of Every Month, 6:00-7:00 PM
This is a monthly virtual meeting in which our "Green Chalice" team discusses environmental concerns as well as how we can combat climate change. We work together to help our church become more "green", and how we can tread more lightly on this place we call "Mother Earth". All new attenders and ideas are welcome!
Virtual Happy Hour
Occasional Sundays 5:00-5:30 PM
Join us for our occasional Sunday "Happy Hour – Getting to Know You” series, a fun and interactive virtual interview
with members of our congregation.
Pilgrimage in the 21st Century: Walking El Camino de Santiago –
Wednesday Oct. 28th from 7:00 to 8:30 pm
Come learn about UCC's own Christina as she shares her experience on the Camino de Santiago (the way of Saint James) trail. She’ll share photos and stories from her 500-mile journey on foot, as well as the impact of the Camino on her faith.
Ancient Religions and Philosophies of the East -
Nov 12th from 7:00 to 8:00 pm
Join us as we examine the ancient religions and philosophies of the East and what they can teach us about how to reconnect to nature and each other. This will be the 3rd installment of this series. All are welcome!
Church Council Meeting
Second Sunday of Every Month, 12:00 - 1:30 PM
The church council, including all our coordinators and some of our clergy in residence, meet the second Sunday of every month to discuss all matters of the church. This meeting is open to all members and friends of the church.