You are welcome here!

No matter where you are in your life’s journey; regardless of your race, gender, sexual orientation, class or creed; you are welcome in our church. One of the defining characteristics of the United Church of Christ is that we join in community by testimonials, not tests of faith. Your beliefs, your understanding of God and Jesus and church are uniquely yours, as you seek and explore alongside others in community. We seek to be a joyful community of faith promoting justice and peace and making a difference in the community.

Who are we?

We worship every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at
1101 17th Avenue South, Fargo, ND

Our Pastor is Rev. Dr. Kevin Cassiday-Maloney

(Click here for a brief welcome message from Pastor Kevin)

This Sunday begins three weeks of pPete and Anne Youngreaching by retired UCC Pastor, Pete Young, during Pastor Kevin’s trip to the British Isles. Pete has been preaching for 70 years and served the Hope United Church, the Mayville UCC, and the Hillsboro United Parish, as well as serving for a year as the Interim Conference Minister of the Northern Plains Conference UCC. In addition, he taught various Sociology courses at Mayville State for 10 years.

Everyone’s invited to attend our Annual Fall Harvest Dinner on Wednesday, October 28, 4:30-6:30 p.m. This may well be the best turkey dinner you’ve ever tasted, and the variety of trimmings will surely tickle your taste buds. Cost is $12 for adults, $5 for ages 6-12, and FREE for ages 5 and under — anyone over 100 is free, too! You don’t need to reserve ahead of time, and we will also be happy to prepare a takeout meal for those who wish.

God is still speaking

In 1620, when our spiritual forebears prepared to leave Europe for the New World, their pastor, John Robinson, sent them off with this historic commission: “God has yet more light and truth to break forth out of his holy Word.” Almost four centuries later we in the United Church of Christ continue to listen for God’s voice, not only in the Bible and in the best of our faith heritage, but also as we are attuned to the ways God may speak through film and TV, novels and poetry and all the arts, science and the rest of the academic world, other churches and faiths, popular music and even the “social media” – and, of course, always speaking to us as the “still, small voice we hear within us.”

“Never place a period where God has placed a comma; God is still speaking!”