Christ Church United UCC In Lowell

Churches in Lowell, MA
Churches in Lowell, MA Mission, Vision, Values: Learn about our core values and the direction we're heading. Our Beliefs: Read more about our Open & Affirming statement of inclusion. Our History: The Congregational movement in Lowell started in 1826 and, through mergers, it continues today through Christ Church United. Pastoral Staff: Get to know the Pastors of the three churches housed in our building: Lao United Church of Christ, Iglesia Hispana de la Comunidad, and Christ Church United.

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180 East Merrimack Street
Lowell, MA
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Christ Church United UCC In Lowell
read moreAfter the service you are more than welcome to join in fellowship as we share a light meal in the fellowship hall. You are invited to explore our work. You are invited to join in and shape our work and our vision for a just and peaceful world. We believe we are all called to witness for justice and peace locally and globally. That means we serve bread to the hungry. It also means we speak truth to power about the causes of hunger. We are an Open and Affirming Congregation welcoming LGBTQIA folks fully into the life of the community.
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read moreUnder the Oak meets every Wednesday from 10am to 2 pm at Christ Church United, UCC, in Lowell (180 E. Merrimack St., Lowell, MA). Under the Oak serves those in need by providing a great lunch, fellowship, help, and fun. We also especially need tee shirts, sunglasses, sunscreen, hats or caps, reusable water bottles, blankets. We need backpacks, yoga/sweat pants, underwear, jeans of all sizes for men and women, sneakers, and men's belts.
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read moreOur building is one of our most important ministries. Many community groups as well as two additional congregations meet here. Our policy is to make the building as available as possible for community groups. When working with groups that have the capacity to help support the building we ask for a contribution. If groups and individuals do not have that financial capacity or their mission is close to ours then if possible we open our arms and our building to them freely.
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read moreOur one-room Sunday School class welcomes kids in 1st - 7th grade, (known as the "Sunbeams"). Most Sundays the kids start off in the main worship space at 10 AM with their families and leave for Sunday School, about 15 minutes into the service. We live into important Bible stories, share how God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit are with us today, ask questions, pray together and play together. We do this with the help of a multi-age curriculum produced by Sparkhouse complete with art, drama, crafts. We always end by blessing each other and the reminder that "God loves you."
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read moreWe gather at 10:00. Some people are more traditionally dressed for Sunday morning, but many come in their "everyday" clothes. Children generally attend the first ten minutes of the service and can stay, but also have the option to go to the nursery/child care program. Each Wednesday night at 6:00 we gather to eat a meal and then explore some aspect of our spirituality. We invite anyone who is interested in such a discussion to join us. We invite your questions and the wisdom you bring. We are privileged to have Rev. Paul Millin offering this service at CCU. Paul comes to this relationship through the two-year Enrichment Program in Individual Spiritual guidance of the Shalem Institute of Bethesda, Maryland.
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read moreWe are a "music church" with a committment to bringing the creativity and uplifting power of music to the community. Concerts and musical presentations are offered with the participation of the community our goal. We are developing music lessons on a variety of instruments again with the goal of offering the creative and uplifiting power of music to our congregation and the community. Our Sunday Mornings are filled with Song, Prayer, and Word as we engage in worship together. Built in 1919, our historic four manual Skinner organ is played weekly and, despite extensive restoration needs, continues to sound forth in mighty Postludes, solid hymn singing support, and gently presented Preludes.
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read moreWe seek partnerships with agencies, groups and individuals who share a common commitment to pursue compasionate responses to hunger, substance abuse, homelessness and the lack of health care options that threaten especially the most vulnerable among us. We provide lunch for the homeless, monetary and other assistance to community families in crisis, sponsor and support refugees and otherwise make ourselves available to those in need. As we serve we continue to ask, Why is this happening? Who is responsible?
read moreChrist Church United is a non-profit 501 (C) (3) tax-exempt organization, meaning gifts to our Church are tax deductible.
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