A Welcome to Newcomers

No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, God welcomes you… and so do we!

Interim Senior Minister Rev. Dr. Debbie Pallatto-Fontaine

Welcome!

We know that making a first visit to a church can sometimes feel a bit scary—whether you have previous exposure to church or not—but it doesn’t have to be!  Here at Storrs Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, we try our best to live out the extravagant and inclusive welcome we believe God offers all.  We strive to be a community as diverse and hospitable as God’s kingdom. We don’t all look or act alike; God knows we don’t all think alike. We don’t all read the Bible the same way. We come from different religious backgrounds, we bring different questions, and we carry different burdens. But every Sunday, we gather and worship God together as one.

The best way to get to know Storrs Congregational is to talk with the people here. Don’t hesitate to strike up a conversation with one of our pastors, lay leaders, greeters, or the people in your pew…

In the meantime, check out the info below and the links to the left.  We look forward to seeing you!


Virtual Worship

The coronavirus may be forcing us to suspend our normal in-person worship services at Storrs Congregational, but that does not mean that we will stop our worship of God!

Please join us for Sunday worship at 10:00 am and Wednesday evening Vespers at 7:00 pm. These services are offered as an interactive Zoom video call. More information on virtual worship is available here.

What will the service be like?

Expressive, participatory liturgy, thoughtful preaching, a blend of new and traditional hymnody, and soul-stirring music are some of the elements you can expect to encounter at Storrs Congregational Church each Sunday by Sunday. We keep time by the seasons of the church year as we tune our hearts, minds, and spirits to the ever-present NOW of God. Worship leadership is shared by ministers, lay people and musicians.   Our music ensembles’ repertoire covers everything from Renaissance counterpoint, to Sacred Harp, to Bach masterworks, to spirituals, to new compositions.

For more on worship, click here.

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