• Front view of UCC Missoula on a rainy day
  • Green little free library in a small flowerbed in front of UCC Missoula
  • Progressive Pride flag hanging above a metal bench, in front of UCC Missoula
  • Ceramic art by Charly Tiernan hanging inside UCC Missoula reads vertically "this is A SAFE SPACE FOR ME TO BE Who i AM." The eggshell colored ceramic ovals have slate blue writing and decoration and are mounted on a matching slate blue cloth.
  • Chancel area, decorated for Advent 2023 with trees on either side of the organ pipes enclosure and blue and white fabric streaming down behind the wooden Celtic cross. On the chancel table is an evergreen wreath holding the Advent candles with Christ candle in the center. A white candle lantern rests at the bottom of the chancel table.
  • View of Sanctuary pews and front door, from chancel area
  • Bookshelves and rainbow hanging in Church School room
  • Fabric wall hanging in Church School room reads "the church is in our hands"
  • Bookshelves and supplies in Church School room
  • Fountain in Courtyard
  • Path to fire pit in Courtyard
  • Fire pit in Courtyard

Here at University Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, we proclaim a gospel that is progressive, inclusive and inspired by the never-ending love of God. We are an Open and Affirming congregation which means we embrace and affirm the ministry of everyone no matter their race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability/ability, age, or any other factor. We welcomed Pastor John Lund as our new Senior Pastor in May 2023.

Land Acknowledgement

In the interest of truth and healing, we acknowledge that the Séliš and Q’lispé people have lived on and cared for this land for thousands of years.  As part of Western Expansion settlers claimed this valley, including the land upon which this church is built.  As witnesses to the historical and ongoing harm done by colonization to Indigenous peoples, lifeways, and the land, we commit to learning from the original peoples of this place, to building friendships, and to taking action to work toward a more just and equitable future.

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