|Worship with us every Sunday at 10 AM.|
|• ||Adult Study Hour (9:00 AM)|
|• ||Music program directed by Rosanna Rains|
|• ||Children’s Time (10:15 AM)|
|• ||Nursery and Sunday School Activities (10:30 AM)|
|• ||Cookies, snacks, and coffee (11:00 AM)|
|For directions to our church, click here.|
By the word affirming, we signify our support and celebration of all human relationships based on commitment, loyalty, love & mutual respect.
Our church building is an impressive, practical brick structure designed by Marvin E. Knedler Associates. Church offices, chapel, and classrooms were built and occupied in 1956. The spacious sanctuary, including balcony, choir loft, and Wicks pipe organ, was completed in 1963. The sanctuary and balcony can seat 280 worshipers.
We have 3300 square feet of classroom area and a 3000-square-foot fellowship hall and adjacent kitchen facility. Our 725-square-foot chapel is used for meetings, study, and special events. The paved parking lot is located behind the church (away from the street). It has spaces for 90 vehicles.
Our sanctuary at Christmas.
From the chancel looking down the aisle. Note that there are no columns beneath the balcony. It is supported from above.
Stained Glass Window from the old Congregational Church on Federal Boulevard, now in the entry way at our present location.
Thanksgiving and Restoration Sunday. Special activities celebrating restoration after our fire!
Saturday, Nov. 24
Clean-up and Unpacking Day, 9:00 a.m. Come and help!
1st Sunday in Advent. Co-Pastor David, preaching. Soup & Chili lunch. Decorate Sanctuary and Fellowship Hall.
Saturday, Dec. 8
Deacons, 9:30. Trustees, 10:30.
Worship with Berkeley UCC as our guests. Advent activities.
Christmas Eve candlelight service, 7:00 p.m.
The Wheat Ridge Congregational Church of the United Church of Christ is a loving fellowship committed to following the Word of God through the teachings of Jesus Christ.
We are an Open and Affirming Congregation.
Here's a sample of a few of Claudia's sermons. We will be posting additional sermons as time goes by. For an index of sermons, click here.