Christ Congregational Church, UCC is an inclusive, questing community of faith seeking to embody Jesus Christ by doing justice, loving kindness and walking humbly with God.
At CCC, we honor and celebrate people of all races, cultures, ages, abilities, sexual orientations and gender identity. A family church, there is an active
program for the children and youth and seniors as well as all-church events.
CCC Covenant – June 7, 2009
We covenant with one another as a community of faith grounded in God, the source of all life. We seek to walk in the ways of God’s abiding love, made known or to be made known to us through the Holy Scriptures, the life and teachings of Jesus, and the continuing guidance of the Holy Spirit in our lives and worship. Affirming that all persons are created in the image of God, we honor and celebrate people of all races, cultures, ages, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities. In our life together we endeavor to support each other on our spiritual journeys with open minds and loving hearts. We hold it to be the mission of the church to embody the good news of God’s love for all people by laboring for the progress of knowledge, the promotion of justice, and the reign of peace. We work and pray for the transformation of ourselves and all creation into realms of God’s compassion; and in faith we place ourselves in God’s hands, in death as in life.
In response to the Rev. James A. Todhunter’s announcement of his retirement, CCC retained Roy Oswald of the Alban Institute to engage the congregation in a strategic planning process as one step in preparing for the call of a new Senior Minister. A Strategic Planning Task Force (SPTF) worked for several months to distill and organize input from various constituencies into a framework conducive to congregational discernment. Report of the Strategic Planning Task Force.