Message from Our Pastor
We are a progressive Christian Church with the motto: No matter who you are or where you are along your life's journey, you are welcome here. And the truth is, we mean it!
A progressive Church is a church where:
We read the Bible in light of its historical context and, generally, we don't take it literally.
We embrace the world with a global vision, where all of God's people are valued, no matter their race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, or socio-economic status.
We are commited to the poor, the sick and the vulnerable; to education, health care, the environment and civil liberties for all people.
We encourage people to think critically, with an openness to new ways of living our faith and helping Christ's Church realize God's purposes.
We worship on Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Come join us and let us extend our extravagant welcome to you and your family.
“Good Coffee for a Good Cause”
What is the Coffee Project? The UCC Coffee Project is a partnership of the UCC Justice and Witness Ministries and Equal Exchange, a worker owned Fair Trade Organization. Equal Exchange Consider buying a pound for the church's coffee hour.
Christian Education meets once a month, time and day to be determined.
Council meets on the second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m.
UCC Women's breakfast 3rd Sunday at 8:45 am
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ENHANCE FITNESS AT MLCC For 55 years and older Enhance fitness is a group exercise class that improves your balance, flexibility, bone density, endurance, coordination, and mental sharpness and decrease your risk of falling. SCHEDULE TO FOLLOW: Monday & Thursday 8:45—9:45 Friday 10:45—11:45
Buy our stuffed bears and help buy chairs for the fellowship hall. We have hundreds of bears to sell at a very good price. See Ruby or Thelma
Our Senior Minister, Rev. Richard O. Sparrow is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and the Andover Newton Theological Seminary. Ordained by the UCC in 1968, he has experience at the local church, Conference and national UCC office levels; and has previous experience as an interim minister. Rev. Sparrow and his wife, Mary Jane, residein Miami Lakes.