CUCC is an Open and Affirming Congregation of The United Church of Christ – You Are Welcome Here
Striving to increase our love for God and neighbor, we welcome persons of every age, health condition, race, marital status, economic status, sexual orientation and religious background.
Called by the love of God and neighbor through the gift of Jesus Christ, we strive to be a community of worship, welcome and justice.
What We Believe
The UCC respects freedom of individual conscience, and there are no “tests of faith” mandatory on our 1.4 million members, but we do honor the historic testimonies of our spiritual ancestors as they explored the Bible and applied its insights. The most important of these testimonies are gathered here. See the UCC’s Testimonies of the Faith page for more information.
We are located in Saint Charles Illinois, 35 miles west of the city of Chicago. St. Charles, along with the neighboring towns of Geneva and Batavia Illinois, are located on the Fox River in east central Kane County Illinois and are approximately midway between Elgin on the north and Aurora on the south.