No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here.
Little Farms United Church of Christ is a welcoming, progressive, spiritual congregation, impacting lives with the love of God. The mission of Little Farms United Church of Christ is to grow in faith and to be a community of extravagant welcome. We seek to make a difference in our local community, the region and the world by showing and sharing God's love for all people.
Little Farms United Church of Christ is an Open and Affirming congregation of an Open and Affirming denomination; all are welcome into the full life and ministry of the church regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. We affirm each person as a child of God and we invite everyone, of every race, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, age, ability, financial situation, and recovery group to walk with us in a faith journey responsive to God’s call. Truly, you are welcome.
All are invited to join our weekly worship services, which are held each Sunday morning. In addition to our weekly worship service, our mission activities include a monthly food collection to support our community partner; quarterly volunteer days; seasonal group book studies; and youth-focused activities
We invite you to explore our website to learn more about out our worship, fellowship, and service opportunities. Follow us on Facebook, or come and visit us - we'd love to meet you!
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Fish & Shrimp Fry
Fri., Feb. 28
All are welcome to join us at 135 Sauve Rd. in River Ridge for a Fish & Shrimp Fry on Friday, February 28, from 3:30 to 7:00 p.m.
All plates include potato salad, green salad, chips, and a brownie.
Fish Plate $10
Shrimp Plate $10
Combo Plate $12
Special Mission Opportunity
Your gift to UCC Disaster Ministries provides relief to those suffering as a result of from hurricanes, earthquakes, fires, and other natural or man-made disasters. The UCC provides long-term rehabilitation, advocacy and sustainability services through longstanding on-the-ground partnerships and connections with grassroots organizations. When first responders have gone, the UCC is there to provide long-term recovery.
Current disaster needs include response to the coronavirus emergency in China, the powerful earthquakes ravaging the island of Puerto Rico, and the lasting effects of Hurricanes Michael and Dorian.
Visit www.ucc.org/disaster to learn more and make a donation.
New Adult Sunday Study theme:
Beginning in January 2020 we will discuss current controversial issues that are prominent in the news today. We will work to determine how we can see, understand, and react to the issues through our lens of faith.
The first topic we will discuss is Immigration. All are welcome to join us at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays. Come with an open mind and open heart to engage our faith together in seeking honesty and truth about issues that are dividing even people of faith in our country today.
Sunday Morning Service
Adult Bible Study
Children's Sunday School and Nursery