We are a progressive Christian Church with the motto: No matter who you are or where you are along your life’s journey, you are welcome here. And the truth is, we mean it!

UNited Church of Christ Statement of Faith

    • We believe in God, the Eternal Spirit, who is made known to us in Jesus our brother, and to whose deeds we testify:
    • God calls the worlds into being, creates humankind in the divine image, and sets before us the ways of life and death.
    • God seeks in holy love to save all people from aimlessness and sin.
    • God judges all humanity and all nations by that will of righteousness declared through prophets and apostles.
    • In Jesus Christ, the man of Nazareth, our crucified and risen Lord,God has come to us and shared our common lot, conquering sin and death and reconciling the whole creation to its Creator.
    • God bestows upon us the Holy Spirit, creating and renewing the church of Jesus Christ, binding in covenant faithful people of all ages, tongues, and races.
    • God calls us into the church to accept the cost and joy of discipleship, to be servants in the service of the whole human family, to proclaim the gospel to all the world and resist the powers of evil, to share in Christ’s baptism and eat at his table,to join him in his passion and victory.
    • God promises to all who trust in the gospel forgiveness of sins and fullness of grace, courage in the struggle for justice and peace,the presence of the Holy Spirit in trial and rejoicing, and eternal life in that kingdom which has no end.
    • Blessing and honor, glory and power be unto God.


We are a part of the national United Church of Christ denomination, spiritual descendants of:

The Pilgrims and other immigrants who came to North America to escape religious persecution

Those who worked for the abolition of slavery and for racial justice in the Civil Rights movement, and who ordained the first African-American in 1785.

Those who ordained the first woman minister in 1853, and have long worked for women’s rights in society and the church.

Those who ordained the first openly gay man as a minister in 1972, and have worked for the equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons in society, as well as their inclusion in the church.