Racial equity team response

to violence in nation's capital

What transpired in our nation’s capital on Wednesday, January 6 has shaken us to our core and has caused many of us to wonder what the coming weeks may hold. As terrifying as this attack on our democracy may be… a piece of our shared work is to bear witness. At the core of the unrest and the vulgar display of domestic terrorism are two evils which continue to haunt our nation: white supremacy and weaponized Christianity. These ideas and the actions that trail in their wake are in fact evil, and we must call them so.

At Newman UCC we are committed to living the love and justice of Jesus. We continue to present a strong public witness to the radical hospitality of Jesus in our ministry to and our alliance with members of the queer community. We continue to work to acquire racial equity for the Black and Brown people in our community and this nation. As terrifying as it was, we will grow stronger from the Capitol takeover we witnessed. 

To ensure that the dark cloud of evil is driven from our nation we must be dedicated to the abolition of white supremacy, racial inequity, and police brutality. The Newman Congregational Church denounces the attack on our Capitol and our democracy. We continue to push until the promise of equal justice is true, and until the American declaration of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness rings as a reality for all Americans. 

COVID-19 has changed the landscape of church for many, Newman UCC included. Since mid-March, we have taken all of our programming and worship online. As you will see, our community remains vibrant. And we would love for you to experience it. Join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 10 to meet others separated by distance and yet deeply connected. 

Read more about our church's COVID-19 decisions here.

joyful worship

Sunday Morning Worship

February 28 - 10am

Worship Bulletin - HERE

compassionate service

Newman UCC is an inclusive Christian community dedicated to living Jesus' message of love, peace and justice through joyful worship, compassionate service, radical hospitality and responsible stewardship. 

Shared commitment and study inform our way of being as we seek to live the love and justice of Jesus in the world. 



No matter who you are, or where you are on life's journey... you are welcome here! 

Seriously... Jesus welcomes you, and we will too.

Racial justice

Seeking to live the love and Justice of Jesus, Newman UCC is committed to the work of Racial Justice. We are engaging in personal, group and community anti-racist work through reflection, study and action. 

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