February 2nd 7pm -
The Wetlands Conservancy and the North Clackamas
Urban Watersheds Council invites
everyone to a conversation about flooding,
pollution, wildlife and natural health of
the Kellogg Creek watershed. Clackamas UCC
is part of this watershed. The meeting will
be held in our Fellowship Hall.
February 12th - Homelessness & Affordable
Housing Forum will
be held after Worship.
February 19th – Valentine’s
Lasagne Lunch after Worship. Celebrate
Valentine’s Day at this all-church
fundraiser. Lasagna, Salad, Beverage &
Dessert. $10.00 (Youth $6.00) Raffle tickets
for the Valentine’s Basket! $3 (2/$5).
Women's March - CUCC
our involvement here!
CUCC - National Environmental Award-Winning
are thrilled to announce that we have
been chosen as the UCC National Church
of the Month for Protecting
our Environment with our
Rain Garden and Native Hedge Row installations.
We were chosen out of submissions from
across the United States - Maine to Oregon.
to read the article posted on UCC national's
Who We Are
Our church was founded in
1895 and is a local congregation of the
United Church of Christ, a mainline protestant
denomination of 1.7 million members strong.
The Clackamas United Church of Christ is
a small but mighty congregation of 120 members.
We embrace a tradition of progressive involvement
in issues which uphold the rights, dignity
and equality of all people under God. more...
Worship We worship
together on Sunday mornings. Worship is central
to the life of Clackamas United Church of
Christ. Through prayer, music and exploration
of scripture, we celebrate our Christian faith
and the presence of God in our lives.
Pastor and Schedule
25 Years! Rev. Denise Andersen celebrated
her 26th anniversary with CUCC in 2016. more...