We’re so glad you found us!  Henrietta UCC is a treasure that we just love to share.  Our doors are wide open for you to join us for Sunday worship (10:30 during the school year, 10:00 during the summer).  As we like to say, “Whoever you are, wherever you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.

There’s something beautiful about the Spirit that’s alive and moving among us at Henrietta UCC.  It feels like love, it feels like hope, it feels like home for the soul. We are an open and affirming, creation-caring, child-loving, mission-minded, spirit-nurturing “congregation of ministers” that believes that the God of the universe loves one and all without conditions or limits. We invite you to browse around our Website, or use this guide as a handy way to get a quick overview of our church.  The “About HUCC” button on the home page will tell you more about the heart and soul of this church.

You also might want to meet Pastor Martha, look at our monthly Newsletter or weekly Happenings, to see what is happening in the church community, or read our mission statement.

You can listen to a sampling of our vibrant music ministry, which includes an Adult Choir, 5-octave Handbell Choir, our praise band “Seventh Day,”  versatile digital organ, an electronic piano, and an annual Christmas Pageant and spring musical by our kids.

Find out about our Children & Youth Ministry, which is so central to our mission.  We love integrating kids of all ages and abilities into the our church’s life and worship.

Check out some of the resources we’ve developed for faithfully caring for God’s creation and creating a more sustainable world for the next generations.

Learn about our denomination, the United Church of Christ, and why it is both the oldest and the newest major denomination in the U.S.

We are now in our 3rd century ministering in Henrietta. Recently, we celebrated  our bicentennial year, whose theme was “Rich History, Promising Future.”  You can explore the interesting history that has helped shape who we are today.  Read the inspiring story of our most famous member, Antoinette Brown Blackwell, who went on to become the first woman to be ordained as a minister in the U.S. back in 1853.

If what you have found here speaks to you or you’re just curious, we’d be honored to have you join us for Sunday worship, which is at 10:30 AM during the school year and 10:00 from the last Sunday in June through Labor Day weekend.  If you would like to ask some questions first, feel free to contact us by phone or e-mail, and we’d be very happy to give you a personal response.  We’d love to meet you in person soon!