Get involved in welcoming the world into our community and our facility. We take the first steps to welcome visitors, prospective members, and new members to First Congregational UCC and join them with the life of the church.
The Hospitality ministry does upkeep for our downtown sacred space to make it open and inviting as a church and as a unique downtown venue and resource.
Our ministry includes such established groups as the Oliver Lecture Committee and the ArtReach Gallery. We are also excited about the opportunities we don’t even know exist!
To learn about our art gallery in Fellowship Hall, contact Sheldon Hurst (firstname.lastname@example.org).
These potluck dinners are ways for members, visitors, and friends of all ages to get to know each other better. To attend one soon, call Ann Laskey  283-6040.
Drag Me to Church
This partnership with the "Caravan of Glam" produces quarterly Drag Shows as fundraiser for various LGBTQ friendly groups, organizations, and events. To learn more talk to Chris Phanthavong (email@example.com).
Friends of the Kitchen
This group meets occasionally to clean, organize, and manage our church kitchen. To get involved contact Tim Pollard (firstname.lastname@example.org;  970-4527).
Healing Through Yoga
Ever been afraid of yoga? Here’s your chance. Talk to Stephanie Mullen to find out more (email@example.com).
LGBTQ Christian Meet-Up
This meeting gathers every other Wednesday in the library at 7 p.m. For more details email Kal Winter (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Oliver Lecture Committee
This group provides a forum for outstanding community, national, and world leaders, authors and journalists a forum to express their ideas. To learn more talk to Donna Brunstad(email@example.com).
These ongoing workshops gather around various topics throughout the year, and provide us all a chance to learn more from each other and ourselves as we share our stories. To learn more about the next StoryLab, or to share your own idea for one, contact Rev. Michael Ellick (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Way of the Rose
Come learn and practice Buddhist Meditation at 6 p.m. on Mondays, followed by a Spiritual Growth Group at 7 p.m. Way of the Rose gathers at the Oberlin St. Peace House. Contact Rev. Michael Ellick for more details (email@example.com)
Want to get involved? Have an idea? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.