Welcome to RCCUCC

Welcome to Richmond Congregational Church! We are a vibrant faith community, sharing God’s love, caring for our Richmond community and seeking God’s justice and peace in the world.

Whether you are a visitor, new to the area or a longtime resident, we invite and encourage you to check us out. We gather for worship and Sunday School on Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM (9:00 AM in July & August), and have programs and activities for all ages during church and throughout the year. We are Open and Affirming, and welcoming to all who seek Jesus Christ, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, disabilities, economic status or previous religious background. Celebrating more than 200 years of worship and service in the Richmond community, we seek to build on that foundation of faithful witness and courageous service, while also listening for the voice of God that continues to call to us today.

More information about our programs and activities can be found under the “About Us” link above. If you would like a call or visit from the pastor or to speak with someone about our church, please call the office at 434-2053 or e-mail us at church@rccucc.org.

 

RCCUCC News and Announcements

Community Senior Center Lunch a success!

On November 9, we hosted the Community Senior Center of Richmond, Huntington and Bolton's Harvest Lunch. The students from the Mansfield Cooperative School served soup, salad, bread, and desserts to over 65 seniors from our local area. We had a sing-along of "My Country 'Tis of Thee" and entertainment from the "Coop" students, in the form of music and poetry. A wonderful time was had by all! ...
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Join us for Trick-or-Treats tonight!

Happy Halloween! The pumpkins are carved and the power is on! The Richmond Congregational Church will be handing out candy and apple cider (hot or cold) to Trick-or-Treaters and their adult companions tonight from 5-8 pm on the front porch ...
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Sunday of Service a Success!

"We stand tallest when we stoop to help others" We had a wonderful day serving our community at our third annual Sunday of Service on May 21! Projects included working on the Richmond Trails, cooking meals for Act 1 & Bridge programs, singing at Sterling House, helping Our Community Cares Camp with their annual fundraising mailing, and home projects for two of our members (gardening and window washing). Thankfully, the rain held off all day, so we were able to complete all the projects we had planned ...
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