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The Church at TwilightGood Friday night crossOur Mission Statement

The purpose of this church shall be to worship God, preach the gospel of Jesus Christ, and to celebrate the sacraments; to realize Christian fellowship and unity within this church and the Church universal; to render loving service towards this community and to the world; and to strive for righteousness, justice and peace.

Recent News

Have a great summer!!

Don’t forget there’s Worship for all ages every Sunday at 9:30 in the summer. Remember to mark your calendar that Church School will begin on Sunday, September 11 at 9:30. There will be a staff orientation and dinner on Thursday evening, September 8.

Yankee Street Fair Update

Many Hands Make Light Work!  Will you be working an hour or two at the fair? Please tell us what you’d like to do to help. Call, email or use the sign-up sheets in Fellowship Hall and join one or more teams. We have very few names on the roster and we sure would appreciate your help on more »

Christian Education News

Please come to worship on June 12 for Children’s Sunday. On Children’s Sunday the church school staff assists the children in creating the worship service. It is always a joyous occasion with the children and youth leading and participating in the service. Third graders will receive their Bibles and the children and the staff will more »


  Forward in Health (Assistance to the People of Haiti) Thank you for your continued support of Forward in Health and their endeavor to assist the people of Haiti. Your response to our Vitamins for Haiti Sunday on May 16 was wonderful. If you were unable to donate vitamins at that time, it’s not too more »

Walk. Give.   Change the world.

  Last October our church took part for the first time ever in a CROP Walk, and it was a great success! The money raised by donors benefitted the Westminster Food Pantry (9 local food pantries and community suppers are supported by the Concord CROP Walk) and the work of Church World Service in providing more »

Recent News Archives



Communion Sunday

Communion is served on the first Sunday of the every month


Service of Healing and Wholeness

A Service of Healing and Wholeness will take place in the sanctuary at 11:00 AM on Communion Sundays.  



Recurring Weekly, Weather Permitting


Worship Connections

These hour long gatherings, that meet on Wednesdays at 10:00 AM, provide a time to discuss the bible readings for the upcoming Sunday.

RSS UCC Daily Devotional

  • Child of Blessing, Child of Promise December 3, 2016
    Emily C. Heath It's up to the adults in children's lives to lift them up, and bless them on their path. And Advent is as good a time as any to start. 
  • Fiercely Waiting December 2, 2016
    Anthony B. Robinson This is what it means to be people of faith—to be still waiting, still watching, still hoping, still listening . . . for God.
  • Your Days Are Numbered December 1, 2016
    Vince AmlinTonight we cross off the first day of the last month of a dying year. Our unfulfilled hopes for 2016 will likely remain unfulfilled. And we have traveled another 365 days toward our ends.
  • Joy is the Intersection of Pleasure and Meaning November 30, 2016
    Lillian DanielJoy is big and generous. Pain is short-sighted, and in the scheme of eternity, short-lived.
  • Singing to Bullies November 29, 2016
    Matt LaneyI look forward to the day when songs about bullies sung by women and other marginalized groups are no longer necessary.
  • Too Soon? November 28, 2016
    Vince AmlinIt's uncomfortable to be off balance and at sea, to live with a constant reminder of all that we've lost.
  • Give Me Jesus November 27, 2016
    Vicki KemperAdvent's spiritual practices are all about waiting and watching and preparing and—did I mention waiting?
  • In Between Years November 26, 2016
    Emily C. HeathIn the world of the church, tomorrow starts a brand new year.
  • They November 25, 2016
    Quinn G. CaldwellIf you're a member of the UCC,  we've been working on inclusive language for God for a long time, playing with pronouns in order to recognize that God is both many-gendered and beyond gender.
  • Complicating Grace November 24, 2016
    Mary LutiSaying grace on Thanksgiving Day is complicated.