We hope you will join us for worship during the season of Epiphany.

This liturgical season moves us from Epiphany (January 6) until Shrove Tuesday (February 16) which is the day before Lent begins.  The readings at the heart of our worship generally focus on Jesus as the incarnation of God’s love for all people. The Greek word at the root of epiphany points to “a sudden, intuitive perception of or insight into the reality or essential meaning of something, usually initiated by some simple, homely, or commonplace occurrence or experience [dictionary.com].”


Joining us for worship on Zoom

Currently we worship on Zoom on Sunday mornings. At 9-9:30 AM an intimate service of meditation in the style of the Taizé community in France is offered. From 10:30-11:30 AM we gather, all ages together, for singing, prayer, scripture and learning. Read about the schedule below. After both worship services we linger for conversation in small groups. This is a good time to get to know people and ask questions.

To receive the Zoom information, contact Pastor Lacey at lacey.cucc@gmail.com. Provide your name, phone number and email address and we will get back in touch with you.


Season after Epiphany Worship Schedule

The readings for the season of Epiphany can be found here.


First Sunday after Epiphany: January 10

Baptism of the Lord

Today we celebrate Children We Love – those born into our families in 2020.

a prayer stick given to new members

Bring your prayer stick to hold up during worship.

Second Sunday after Epiphany: January 17

Today we welcome new members and honor Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

At 9:00 AM Taizé worship we will take communion together. Bring something to eat and drink.

At 10:30 worship, bring your prayer stick! As we welcome the Collins family as new members today, we’ll have an opportunity to share our connection through our long time gift of prayer sticks.

Third Sunday after Epiphany: January 24

Our congregational meeting follows immediately after 10:30 worship; guests are welcome to stay to observe how we do things.

Fourth Sunday after Epiphany: January 31

Today we will dedicate our newest space for ministry – our website www.communityucc.org.

Fifth Sunday after Epiphany: February 7

At 10:30 AM worship we will take communion together. Bring something to eat and drink.

Sixth Sunday after Epiphany: February 14

Transfiguration Sunday

Today we celebrate the wedding of Tena Hand and Mike Schafale during 10:30 worship.  We will not follow our usual worship liturgy.


We thank the artists who created this mural in Chicago.

Attribution: Jesus Mural of Faith, Hope, Love, and Peace, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN. http://diglib.library.vanderbilt.edu/act-imagelink.pl?RC=56412 [retrieved December 17, 2020]. Original source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/36847973@N00/3342340183.