Spirit-Filled Worship at First Congregational UCC
Experience spirit-filled worship right here! We want you to feel warmly welcome at First Congregational United Church of Christ. We prayerfully seek to worship in ways that are meaningful and believe that worshiping with us will help you grow your faith through music, scripture and a meaningful message at the center of each service.
Sunday Worship Information
May God’s Love Enfold and Hold You
Three Ways to Join in Worship!
9 am ~ In person in the the Oasis Center ~ Second Sunday of Advent ~ Candle of Peace. Masks are encouraged. Holy Communion celebrated.
10:55 am ~ On Line – please note that the bulletin will be posted to our website by Sunday morning. Please have communion elements ready.
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10:55 am ~ In-person, in the sanctuary with masks as we join our voices and hearts together in prayer and praise of God. We will celebrate holy communion and World AIDS Day.
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Choose from an archived list of Sunday services to watch. With each, access the bulletin to follow along and participate fully in the service.
Christmas Eve at 5:00 p.m. we will celebrate outside with special guest musicians Betsy Hudson-Traba, flute, and Fernando Traba, bassoon. Greg will lead us in singing the familiar carols of Christmas.
Christmas Eve at 8:00 p.m. we will worship in the sanctuary and online with special music beginning at 7:45 by Meghan Jones, violin and Natalie Helm, cello. Our choir will lead us in this beautiful candle light service with anthems and carols.
Christmas Eve at 11 p.m. an intimate, quiet service centering around communion. On the cusp of Christmas morning, we gather with reverent hush around the manger. The service will be reflective and offer moments of stillness to be in God’s presence. Since this service was recently added and musician contracts previously signed, special music will be YOU, the Congregation, singing the beloved carols.
For future Services information see the Events page.