Inter-generational Worship 

On a regular basis we are trying to "do" worship in unexpected ways and to engage all ages.  This may include special types of music (blues, spirituals, folk, etc...), this may include liturgical dance or art, and this may include alternative and more interactive forms of prayer and reflection on the scriptures.  We have also created space for younger children who don't want to leave for nursery to be able to stay engaged in the sanctuary while parents worship.  We're trying new things all the time in order to engage the diverse interests and needs of all those who come through our doors.  Some aspects of worship are ancient, some are "vintage" some are emerging.  It's a mix of old and new and everything in between.  We hope you might join us sometime...

Community Church Thrift Sale  July 15th

Yes, it's a fundraiser for CCC, but perhaps more importantly it is a way to find new homes and uses for the stuff we don't need anymore rather than sending it to the landfill.  If you have gently used items that you would like to donate to CCC for our summer sale, please contact the office.  If you are looking for great deals, stop by on July 15th! All items not sold will be donated to charity. 

Showing Up for Racial Justice
 Book group at 3pm July 9th

WHO WE ARE...











We are a church of the United Church of Christ, committed to hearing God's ancient story anew and afresh in our lives and in the world today.  We seek to be a community of welcome, support & affirmation for individuals seeking spiritual transformation, all the while recognizing and celebrating who they areā€”their unique beliefs, questions, age, gender, struggles, race, doubts, sexuality, abilities, etc...  READ MORE...

Join us for worship in "the woods" this summer

Youth & adults Volunteer at North Street Mission in Wooster & Hiram Farm

We had a total of twenty youth and adults volunteer on two separate volunteer trips in June. Five youth and three adults volunteered at Trinity UCC Wooster for a week, helping each morning serve at Trinity's breakfast program and then volunteering at various non profits in the community and talking with speakers.  The week before, a dozen younger youth and adults volunteered at Hiram Farm (which serves adults on the Autism Spectrum) on Friday and Saturday.  Both experiences were wonderful and eye opening experience that will help us to become more engaged in our own community.

Summer Children's Camp

This summer, on Mondays beginning June 26th through the end of July, children age 4-8 years old, or three year olds with parents, are welcomed to join Community Church for fun and creativity as we explore the world of Dr. Suess through arts, crafts, music, dance, the outdoors, etc...  The program begins each day at 9am and goes until 4pm.  Bring your own lunch.  The program is free and open to the community but please contact the Church office to register and for availability, as well as more details.