Find a UCC Church
How can I find a church?
Type in a Zip Code or City and State Name (eg Cleveland, OH) and then click the "Search" button (or 'enter/return' on keyboard). Results are returned on the map as markers and to the right as addresses.
What does "Accessible" mean in the church listing?
This indicates the location of a UCC Congregation that is disabled accessible.
What does "ONA" mean in the church listing?
ONA churches have adopted an "Open and Affirming
" covenant welcoming all people, without regard to sexual orientation, into the life and ministry of the congregation. However, many UCC congregations that for various reasons have not adopted an ONA covenant are nevertheless welcoming and safe communities for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Christians.
You can also look at UCC Conferences
What if I've felt unwelcome in other churches?
You'll find a broad range of cultures and styles in our united and uniting church. Not all UCC congregations are the same: We're proud of our diversity. The best way to find out if a local congregation suits your needs is to visit us on Sunday morning!
What if there is no UCC church in my area?
Can't find a church in your community? Visit the United Church of Christ's online church community on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/UnitedChurchofChrist
How can my church update or correct our listing?
Please contact your Conference or Association and ask them to update the information in the denominational database (UCC Data Hub) from which Find a Church information is generated.
How can I find a UCC minister by name?
Please contact your Conference
This database is a project of the Center for Analytics, Research and Data (CARD)