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Birthday Pot-Luck

Union Church members and friends are invited to my 70th Birthday Celebration on Saturday, June 24, 7-10:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. A meat platter, buns, paper plates and eating ut... Read the rest!

May. 23, 1:31 pm


Come and celebrate the spirit with lively family worship! Wear RED, ORANGE or YELLOW on June 4.

May. 23, 1:24 pm

Godly Play for All

May 14th, 21st We are excited to have Kurt Hunter guiding our efforts in puppet making! We will be working on a big street puppet that will enhance our Pentecost celebration and ou... Read the rest!

May. 9, 12:13 pm

Moving Off the Map focus groups

May 7th The LAST Moving Off the Map focus groups will meet after worship in Fellowship Hall on Sunday, May 7. There will be a celebration! We sincerely need to hear what you think!... Read the rest!

May. 2, 3:20 pm

Union Congregational Church United Church of Christ is St. Louis Park’s oldest church, founded in 1883. Today we are a growing congregation, united in our desire to share God’s love within our faith community and throughout the world.

Singles and couples. Families and empty-nesters. Gay and straight. Elders and children. Norwegian-Americans, native Kenyans and East Coast transplants. Stand-up comics and cover band drummers, weekend gardeners and BWCA lovers. At Union, we are happy to welcome “all the people” (wiggle your fingers), like the old Sunday school rhyme.

If you’re looking for a church home or just a warm and welcoming place to visit once in a while, please join us on a Sunday morning. Here, you’ll find a not-so-formal worship style, an atmosphere that invites questioning, lots of friendly people and plenty of hot (free-trade) coffee, not necessarily in that order.

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Worship Service

10:00 am to 11:00 am

Today's sermon: "They Will Be One" with Pastor Clyde Steckel* Come join us for singing, celebration, and thought-provoking sermons. Stay afterward for fellowship and refreshments. *Filling in for Pastor Barbara Martin