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

Wedded Bliss!

Congratulations Pastor Katelyn & Nathan

It is with Great joy that we celebrate the wedding of our Pastor, Katelyn Bolton Macrae and Nathan Neal Sadler. The two were united in marriage on Saturday, July 30, 2016 here at the Richmond Congregational Church. We wish them many years of peace, joy and abundant blessings! The groom awaits his bride Here comes the bride! The ceremony ...
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June 5, 2016 was our second annual Day of Service. 
Members of our congregation working during our Sunday of Service May 31, 2015

Sunday of Service June 5, 2016

As our church’s program year winds down we have much to celebrate. On May 22, we celebrated Confirmation with seven youth in grades 7-9. These youth have spent the year learning about the history of Christianity, and how their faith calls them to live in the world today. We are very proud of our Confirmands and celebrate their hard work and learning. Looking ahead to Sunday, June 5, our church will leave the building! Last year’s Sunday of Service was such a success, that we have decided to do it again. Richmond Congregational Church will go out into the community ...
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Special Music for Pentecost

Special Music for Pentecost

On Sunday May 15, 2016, in celebration of Pentecost, the choir performed two pieces - "Every Time I Feel The Spirit", a spiritual and "The Flame" by Boersma/Lantz with Brian Kessler on guitar and Marshall Paulsen on banjo ...
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