Join us for Sunday worship (10am) or one of our ecumenical midweek services as we prepare to welcome the good news of Christ into our midst.


Join us for this new adult study in which we'll explore a progressive perspective on the Christmas story and ask what it can mean for us as people of faith.


Taize worship, which includes meditative singing, scripture and silence, will return to CCU on Wed. Dec. 9 at 7pm. Join us!

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Come visit us!

Visit our "I'm New" page for everything you need to know to join us for worship from FAQs to directions. Hope to see you soon!

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Learn with us!

Our program for Adult Faith Formation is the perfect place to grow your faith. Whether you're a new believer or a life-long Christian, a traditionalist or a skeptic, our learning community welcomes you, your questions and your insights.

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Listen with Us!

Watch online or subscribe to our streaming sermon videos and get inspired for your journey of faith through these thoughtful, relevant messages.

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Serve with us!

Visit our Mission Page to learn more about our efforts to serve our neighbors, our global brothers and sisters and the earth with the love of Christ.

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