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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
RCCUCC News and Announcements
September 18, 2016 On a beautiful September Sunday morning, several dogs, Perry the guinea pig, a chicken named Mozart, and the people who care for these pets, gathered on the front lawn Richmond Congregational Church, United Church of Christ for the third annual Blessing of the Animals. For those animals who could not travel, their owners brought pictures of their pets to be blessed in-absentia. At one point during the service, the dogs broke into a howling chorus, joining the people as we sang “All God’s Critters Got a Place in the Choir!” At the appropriate time each animal came ...Read More
On Sunday September 18 at 10:00 AM we will again hold a community blessing of the animals. You are invited to bring your pet to church for a special blessing - no matter whether it has feathers, fur, or scales - we celebrate all God’s critters!
The service will be held outside on the front lawn (weather permitting) ...Read More
Sunday September 4, 2016 was our 91st annual Pilgrimage to the Round Church! As we gathered to worship in this beautiful and historic place, we join with our ancestors in faith who built this church more than 200 years ago. Worship included two musical selections from the choir, "The Prayer" and "Go Now in Peace" as well as Communion. The sermon topic for the week was "Modern Day Pilgrims." Guest reader Sally Singer joined us from the Richmond Historical Society to share Psalm 139, our scripture this week ...Read More