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

God, be Merciful, Luke 18:9-14

At the end of the story, refraining from being thankful that we are not like the Pharisee is nearly impossible. It is an instinctive reaction that our minds do not control. Yet, as soon as we find ourselves being thankful that we are not like him, then we are him,


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