The mission of the United Church of God
is to proclaim to the world the little-understood gospel taught
by Jesus Christ—the good news of the coming Kingdom of God—and to
prepare a people for that Kingdom. This message not only offers great
hope for all of humanity, but encompasses the purpose of human
existence—why we are here and where our world is headed.
For more information about us, please read This is The United Church of God.
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We are a congregation of the United Church of God, an International Association.
We trace our origins to the Church that Jesus founded in the early first
century. We follow the same teachings, doctrines and practices established then.
Our commission is to proclaim the gospel of the coming Kingdom of God to all the
world as a witness and teach all nations to observe what Christ commanded
(Matthew 24:14; 28:19, 20).
Our local congregation is pleased to welcome you to our services as well as to our website.
United Church of God, began as a formal assembly in 1995. Today we are active
with congregations in more than 40 countries.
The doctrinal distinctiveness of the Church include the observance of a
seventh-day Sabbath, a modern application of the ancient Hebrew Holy Day seasons
(which Jesus also kept and which the Church believes are a literal
representation of God's plan for humanity) and a firm belief that Jesus Christ
will return to earth to institute a benevolent, world-encircling Kingdom of God.
Jesus commanded His disciples to feed His sheep (John 21:15-17). To fulfill this
command, the United Church of God has congregations around the world. In these
congregations believers assemble to be instructed from the Scriptures and to
fellowship. The United Church of God is committed to understanding and
practicing New Testament Christianity. We desire to share God's way of life with
those who earnestly seek to worship and follow our Savior, Jesus Christ.
Our ministers are available to counsel, answer questions and explain the Bible.
If you would like to contact a minister or visit one of our congregations,
please locate the closest church and minister.
If you need to know where a congregation is for your area, please check the Local Congregations
in the United States listing. If you do not see a congregation for your location,
please send us an e-mail and we will help you to locate the closest one.