Congregational Life

“Jesus did not simply bring a message, proclaim a new idea or urge a new experience.  He formed a group.”  William Willimon

United Church is known for the warmth of its community life which is sustained and strengthened through a weekly fellowship time following worship; seasonal events such as potlucks, picnics and gatherings in people’s homes open to the whole congregation.

Some groups organize themselves around particular interests or life stages for the short or long term:

  • Women’s Wednesday Bible Study meets the first and third Wednesdays of the month from 2:00-3:00pm.  This group uses a variety of curricula for traditional Bible study and discussion.  Sessions may be attended in person or by zoom.

Women's Zoom Bible Study

  • Tabitha Circle is a gathering of women who share food, stories, service, educational opportunities and movies as the Spirit moves them.  Check the calendar for time and program.  


All groups are always open to newcomers.


Fellowship is also created within smaller ministry groups within the church, the members of choirs, of education programs for any age, mission teams and others, as they work together serving others and building relationships among themselves.



Congregational Care

Our Congregational Care Committee provides assistance and supplemental aid to the the Pastor’s visiting and care. They make regular home visits, provide transitional meals when someone has a medical procedure and are trained to serve communion in homes.