The Presbyterian United Church of Christ invites you to join us for worship, study and fellowship.

The Presbyterian United Church of Christ was formed on October 23, 1966 when two congregations, the First Presbyterian Church and the St. John’s United Church of Christ joined together to worship. We are governed by Presbyterian polity. Wherever you are in your spiritual journey there is a place for you at Presbyterian United Church of Christ.

  • Each week we offer a full range of opportunities for worship.
  • Bible Study and fellowship are offered for all ages.
  • Children’s Chapel is offered September through May after the children’s time in the worship service.
  • Chancel Choir meets Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m., September through May.

Persons may enter into active church membership by profession of faith, reaffirmation of faith in Jesus Christ or transfer of certificate from another church. A faithful member accepts Christ’s call to be involved responsibly in the ministry of the church. Periodically a class is offered to acquaint people with the church. Please call the church office for more information.


 Up Coming Events

December 17 ~ 3rd Sunday of Advent

December 21 ~ Soup Supper 5:30 PM ~ Light for the Longest Night Service ~ 6:30 PM

December 24 ~ 4th Sunday of Advent ~ Christmas Eve Candlelight Service ~ 5:30 PM

December 25 ~ Merry Christmas!

December 26 ~ Office Closed


Did You Know We’re on Facebook?

Yes, we are on Facebook. All you need to do is search Presbyterian United Church of Christ and there we are. Go ahead and click the (LIKE) button. This will make sure that everything we post is on your newsfeed for you to see.

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A beautiful reminder from Kay Lindahl, founder of The Listening Center. “The cultural and religious diversity of our communities calls for a way of listening that transcends words and belief systems. Learning to truly listen to one another is the beginning of new understanding and compassion, which deepens and broadens our sense of community.”

Come and join us for worship this Sunday as we light the second Advent Candle and think about what it means to live with the hope of Christ's return. The choir will be singing and the congregation will be joining in song as well. We will be doing a few things that may be a bit "out of the box" this week, so come in anticipation of experiencing God in fresh ways! Hope to see you Sunday at the Red Brick Church on the Hill! ... See MoreSee Less

From firsthand knowledge Jesus understands our inevitable times of being enclosed in imprisoning narrowness, with no way out. Christ not only understands these moments because he has had his own, he also comes to share ours with us: to lighten our darkness, to love us beside us, from inside our walls of stone.

This is the inestimable gift that we approach in this season of Advent: the saving gift of the love of God in the Incarnation, the unfailing presence of God-with-us in all our darkness. This Presence is so powerful and all-encompassing that absolutely nothing can divide us from it. As Saint Paul reminds us, neither life nor things present nor things to come nor anything else in all creation can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus. (Romans 8:38-39) ~ Deborah Smith Douglas, "Enclosed in Darkness"
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Links of Interest

Presbyterian Mission Yearbook

Prospect Hill Presbytery

Toys for Gods Kids

Synod of Lakes and Prairies