Good Friday Service
Sundays at 10am – Live online worship
Join us LIVE on Facebook at 7pm on 4/1 for our Maundy Thursday service.
Good Friday service will be available all day April 2.
Don’t forget our outdoor giving pantry and pet food pantry are still operating in these difficult times. We invite you to take as you need, and give as you are able.
At United Church of Christ, Congregational in Webster:
We WELCOME. “No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here”. That’s how we begin each service, and how we live. It means everyone is equally invited to fully participate in the life of the church.
We EXPLORE. We don’t profess to have all the answers. In fact, we encourage questioning. We cherish and respect the diversity of beliefs that enrich our life together. We are united, not by a common doctrine or creed, but by a commitment to living a life of love, compassion, and inclusion as taught by Jesus.
We ACT. We are a hands-on, “get-it-done” church. While Sunday worship is an important part of our community, the real passion in our church is in our service to others. Our ministries are as varied as the needs within our world.
Fall/Winter/Spring Worship Schedule
9:00 AM Traditional Worship Service
10:00 AM “Connections” – Family programs and socializing with refreshments
10:45 AM Contemporary Worship Service -Child care, Sunday School, and Youth (Teen) programs
Third Saturday of each month (year-round)
6:30 PM Gathering of Hearts – Informal discussion of how we live our faith in our everyday lives
All Are Welcome Here
As an Open and Affirming congregation, Webster UCC has embraced the vision of being a welcoming, Christ-centered community where all of God’s people are valued, supported and challenged to grow in faith and service. For us “all” truly means ALL. We feel you shouldn’t have to do any detective work to find out whether you will be welcome here. You are. Period. LGBTQ+? Yes. Person of Color? Yes. Living with a mental illness? Yes. Strong in your beliefs? Yes. Not sure what you believe? Yes. We are proud of the UCC’s inclusive tradition, and are committed to upholding that tradition. This affirmation extends not only to our programs and services, but also to sacraments, lay leadership positions, and the hiring of our staff, including clergy. You can read our inclusion statements here.