The Chatterton Hill Church is a home

    Blessed by God

    Where people

    Rich in diversity

    And guided by the Spirit

    Seek community and purpose

    In the midst of a chaotic world.


    The teachings of Jesus compel us

        To nurture our own lives,

        To give generously of ourselves and our substance;

        To create harmony and healing among people,

        To act for the integrity of creation,

        And to support each other in the struggle for justice.

             So be it. Amen.


Who we are . . . 

               A United Church of Christ Church!

       As a member congregation of the United Church of Christ, we are part of a very historical, yet currently vibrant denomination. Each church within our denomination is autonomous -- in other words, we are larger church family, but, at the same time, we are unique. We determine our own ministry, but within the guidelines of our denomination. Read more about our denomination and our own church's vision below. . . 

The United Church of Christ is a distinct and diverse community of Christians that come together as one church to join faith and action. With more than 5,100 churches and 1.1 million members across the U.S., the UCC serves God in the co-creation of a just and sustainable world. The UCC is a church of firsts, a church of extravagant welcome, and a church where "...they may all be one" (John 17:21). 

Vision Statement of

the Chatterton Hill Church 

Stillspeaking! . . .

It's the shorter form of "God is still speaking,"a campaign by the United Church of Christ to remind us that God still has a lot more to say. Since 2004, Stillspeaking has worked to make religion relevant again and to extend an extravagant welcome to all—because no matter who you are, or where you are on life's journey, you're welcome here. Here at the United Church of Christ, and, most definitely, at Chatterton Hill Church UCC!

Today, under one collective identity, we can enthusiastically lift up that the UCC is a welcoming, justice-minded Christian community. At a time when religion is too often portrayed as narrow-minded and exclusive, many are raising their VOICES for an alternate vision:

- Where God is all-loving and inclusive
    - Where the Church of Jesus Christ welcomes and accepts everyone as they are      

    - Where your mind is nourished as much as your soul
    - Where Jesus the healer meets Jesus the revolutionary
    - Where together we grow a just and peaceful world

"Never place a period where God has placed a comma." (Gracie Allen)

For the UCC, the Comma is a new way to proclaim "Our Faith is 2,000 years old, our thinking is not."