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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




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.


Thrift Shop Open

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Communion Sunday

Communion is served on the first Sunday of the every month

RSS UCC Daily Devotional

  • Saving Flesh July 24, 2016
    Mary Luti A good friend was in therapy for a debilitating situational depression.
  • The Works of Your Own Hands July 23, 2016
    Kenneth L. Samuel Is there a worse feeling than coming to despise that which was brought about by your own making?
  • Laughter Rolling off the Golden Throne July 22, 2016
    Matt Fitzgerald Laughing in church is a way of saying, "Let's be honest. We don't really know what we're talking about."
  • Shopping July 21, 2016
    Donna Schaper Most of us have closets and garages that are way too full and hearts that are way too empty.
  • Friends Everywhere July 20, 2016
    John A. Nelson A colleague tells about a parishioner who was dying. She was elderly, a devout Episcopalian, a bright and lovely lady, and her body was wearing out.
  • On Our Side July 19, 2016
    Richard L. Floyd The atonement is not something that Jesus does for God, or that God did to Jesus.
  • A Father-in-Law's Love July 18, 2016
    Martin B. Copenhaver There is nothing natural about the love of parents-in-law and, in fact, in-law relationships can be notoriously challenging.  And so, parents-in-law are frequently the butt of jokes.
  • Of Chores and Choices July 17, 2016
    John A. Nelson I don’t care for the story. I have far more affinity for Martha than for Mary. Give me a choice between cleaning the kitchen and a crowded conversation: I’ll do the dishes, every time.
  • One-Euro or Two July 16, 2016
    Mary Luti This isn't a place for thinking. It's a place for witnessing. Here it's better just to watch as fragile folk pour out their hearts to someone they hope will listen.
  • "You can’t carry two watermelons with one hand." -  Proverb July 15, 2016
    Lillian Daniel Sometimes we can trick ourselves into doing impossible things.