We are committed to making and keeping worship at the center of our church family. Currently, we are offering several different styles of worship on a rotating schedule throughout the month.


9:30 a.m. Sunday morning

1st Sunday of the month is Sacramental Sunday. We hold communion and baptism.

All our services adhere to the UCC custom of inclusivity.


In the United Church of Christ we celebrate two sacraments — sacred events established by Jesus:

Baptism marks our welcome into the household of faith, and signifies our belonging within the Church Universal. Baptism is appropriate for any age, though baptism of infants and young children is most common in our tradition. One must be baptized before joining the church as an adult. The ministers would be pleased to speak with you about your plans for baptism.

The United Church of Christ honors baptisms from any other Christian tradition and therefore we do not rebaptize.

Communion (also called Eucharist or The Lord’s Supper) is the central meal of fellowship and remembrance for the Church. We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of each month and additionally at special services.

Communion is customarily distributed in individual cups in the pews, served by ushers, using bread, communion wafers and grape juice. We also offer gluten free communion wafers, remembering that this sacred time centers on God’s grace and our acceptance much more than on which elements we receive.

All are welcome at our Communion table.

Thank you for joining us!

Proud member of the Minnesota Conference of the United Church of Christ

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