Welcome to The Greensboro United Church of Christ

- An Open and Affirming Congregation -

Our congregation meets for worship on Sundays at 10 AM.

Recent Sermons

From Sunday: Those Who Wait

She added a postscript to her letter. It reads, “I had to look your church up. You are 2188 miles away, but managed to reach us!” Reach her indeed. There is a whole lot of ground between Vermont and Texas. But there is not so much that it kept you from being hands and feet of Christ. There is not so much that it kept you from doing on earth as it is heaven. Often, the barriers of distance and time are breached when God is working through God’s people. Sometimes we are the ones God is working through and sometimes we the ones that receive the benefit of God working through others.

Be Silent

How is it that the 2nd Amendment to our constitution has become a protection for the rights of every disturbed, demented and hateful person who decides to load a gun and start shooting children?

01-14-2018 – Still With God

The details of God’s knowing are comprehensive. Sitting, standing, thinking, walking, sleeping, speaking, God knows it all. Which makes sense, because God is the one who has fearfully and wonderfully made the writer of this song.

08-13-2017 – “Stepping Out in Faith”

So I hope you will have enough faith in the future – in the excitement of calling and working with a new settled pastor, in the satisfying work of making the goals of the strategic plan a reality, in exploring the new ways you might be called to be the church, and most of all, in God’s ongoing care for Christ’s church – to commit your time, your talent and yes, your treasure, to ensuring that this is a vital UCC congregation for years to come.

Events

Book Discussion

February 25, 2018
4:00 pm -6:00 pm

Join us on six Sunday afternoons (February Feb. 18 & 25; March 4, 11, 18 & 25th ) from 4-6 pm in Fellowship Hall as we discuss the book, The Third Reconstruction: How a Moral Movement Is Overcoming the Politics of Division and Fear by William Barber & John Wilson-Hartgrove. In this thoughtful book, a “modern-day civil rights champion tells the stirring story of how he helped start a movement to bridge America’s racial divide.”