The United Church of Christ was formed in 1957 though the merger of congregational, reformed, evangelical, and christian denominations. It today includes approximately 4,794 congregations in the United States. The UCC has always been at the forefront of vital social justice issues— including civil rights, LGBTQ advocacy, and women’s concerns.
While the structure of the UCC allows significant freedom for local congregations, it also offers a means of accountability. We support the greater work of the denomination through participating in the local Association and contributing to Our Church’s Wider Mission.
The United Church of Christ: "All the People"