• Sundays at 8:45 am – Worship and Communion

    Includes a weekly children’s worship component and periodic special music by the children’s vocal and bell choirs. United Voices of Praise, our gospel choir, sings monthly. There is communion each Sunday.

    We offer healing prayer by laying on hands at every service of communion. Worshipers are invited to ask for prayer for themselves or for someone they know.

  • Sundays at 11 am

    Our Chancel Choir sings primarily at this service. Worship is also periodically enriched at both services by our Chamber Singers, handbell choirs, orchestra, and many small groups and soloists. There is a children’s worship component to the service, and communion is offered the first Sunday of each month. ASL (American Sign Language) translation is provided at the 11:00 am worship service.

  • La Mesa y Café – UCCH Intercultural Fellowship – Sundays 11:15 am

    mateo ordinationLa Mesa y Café is an bilingual worship service of United Church to enhance the diversity, spirituality and faith of people in a radically, welcoming and inclusive space where the table of the Lord becomes the sacred meeting space. Led weekly by David Mateo. La Mesa is a bi-lingual worship experience. Please join us.

  • Children’s Church

    Children’s worship services are held monthly at 10 am in the Sanctuary during the Church School year.

  • Youth Worship Services

    Youth worship services are held monthly at 10 am in the Sanctuary during the Church School year.

  • Taizé Worship Service

    Taizé is a style of Christian worship that originated in Taizé France some 75 years ago.  It is woven with Christian song and chants, interspersed with prayerful silence, scripture reading, more song, more prayer, and more silence.  The effect is profound and takes one deeper, beyond intellect, into the very heart of worship.  Be prepared to walk away from the experience refreshed, renewed, and at peace.   You will find that Taizé worship will satisfy the longing of your heart to be filled with God’s presence.  Taizé worship services are held monthly at 7 pm in the Sanctuary during the Church School year.

  • Communion

    We celebrate communion every Sunday at the 8:45 am service and on the first Sunday of the month at the 11 am service. We believe that the Lord’s Table is truly God’s Table . . . Christ is the host. The Table of the Lord is open to all who wish to eat at the table with Christ and in fellowship with others. We come forward, pulling a piece of bread from the loaf and dipping the bread into the cup (intinction). If you are not able to come forward for communion, please raise your hand and communion will be brought to you.

  • Baptism

    Baptism is the symbolic entry into the Church of Jesus Christ. It is a personal and community celebration and thus typically performed in the context of a worship service.  While our primary tradition is infant baptism, we know there are families whose tradition is waiting for individuals to make that decision themselves. Thus, we offer adolescents a confirmation/discipleship class — to confirm those who were previously baptized and to prepare those for baptism who now wish to become disciples of Christ. We also offer adult believer baptism.

 

 

  • Sundays at 8:45 am – Worship and Communion

    Includes a weekly children’s worship component and periodic special music by the children’s vocal and bell choirs. United Voices of Praise, our gospel choir, sings monthly. There is communion each Sunday.

    We offer healing prayer by laying on hands at every service of communion. Worshipers are invited to ask for prayer for themselves or for someone they know.

  • Sundays at 11 am

    Our Chancel Choir sings primarily at this service. Worship is also periodically enriched at both services by our Chamber Singers, handbell choirs, orchestra, and many small groups and soloists. There is a children’s worship component to the service, and communion is offered the first Sunday of each month. ASL (American Sign Language) translation is provided at the 11:00 am worship service.

  • La Mesa y Café – UCCH Intercultural Fellowship – Sundays 11:15 am

    mateo ordinationLa Mesa y Café is an bilingual worship service of United Church to enhance the diversity, spirituality and faith of people in a radically, welcoming and inclusive space where the table of the Lord becomes the sacred meeting space. Led weekly by David Mateo. La Mesa is a bi-lingual worship experience. Please join us.

  • Children’s Church

    Children’s worship services are held monthly at 10 am in the Sanctuary during the Church School year.

  • Youth Worship Services

    Youth worship services are held monthly at 10 am in the Sanctuary during the Church School year.

  • Taizé Worship Service

    Taizé is a style of Christian worship that originated in Taizé France some 75 years ago.  It is woven with Christian song and chants, interspersed with prayerful silence, scripture reading, more song, more prayer, and more silence.  The effect is profound and takes one deeper, beyond intellect, into the very heart of worship.  Be prepared to walk away from the experience refreshed, renewed, and at peace.   You will find that Taizé worship will satisfy the longing of your heart to be filled with God’s presence.  Taizé worship services are held monthly at 7 pm in the Sanctuary during the Church School year.

  • Communion

    We celebrate communion every Sunday at the 8:45 am service and on the first Sunday of the month at the 11 am service. We believe that the Lord’s Table is truly God’s Table . . . Christ is the host. The Table of the Lord is open to all who wish to eat at the table with Christ and in fellowship with others. We come forward, pulling a piece of bread from the loaf and dipping the bread into the cup (intinction). If you are not able to come forward for communion, please raise your hand and communion will be brought to you.

  • Baptism

    Baptism is the symbolic entry into the Church of Jesus Christ. It is a personal and community celebration and thus typically performed in the context of a worship service.  While our primary tradition is infant baptism, we know there are families whose tradition is waiting for individuals to make that decision themselves. Thus, we offer adolescents a confirmation/discipleship class — to confirm those who were previously baptized and to prepare those for baptism who now wish to become disciples of Christ. We also offer adult believer baptism.