Phoenix Community Church
God is Still Speaking at

Phoenix Community Church
United Church of Christ

A progressive Christian experience...
Welcoming and affirming the LGBTQ community...
God Is Still Speaking
Sunday Worship:

Worship begins at 6:00 pm. Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month.

Jul 15: "Song of the Soul - St. John of the Cross"
Jul 22: Rev. Whitney Brown
Jul 29: Taize-Style Worship
Aug 5: "Exploring A Christian Mystic"

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Our Purpose Statement:

(Adopted 2010)

The purpose of Phoenix Community Church is to embody God's all encompassing love, as exemplified by Jesus, in the way we interact with each other, our neighbors, and all creation.

Our Mission Statement:

(Adopted October 1, 1989; Amended June 16, 2013)

Phoenix is a church community that encourages spiritual growth. Questions are taken seriously, and the people of Phoenix share the struggles and joys of being alive.

All are welcomed at Phoenix, regardless of age, abilities, sex, race, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. We wish to rejoice in our differences while we affirm our similarities.

At Phoenix, we encourage and celebrate the whole person - mind, body, spirit and imagination. We use new forms of worship that speak to a church community with a variety of beliefs. We attempt to avoid language that is hurtful or exclusive.

The people of Phoenix share good times together and try to support one another during hard times. We do not want to become self-satisfied and complacent, but seek instead to be a life-giving church community that reaches out and welcomes in.

We believe that the spiritual life cannot be divorced from an active concern for the world. Individually and collectively, we seek to challenge oppression and injustice, and work for peace and the preservation of the environment.

To fulfill our mission, we need the presence of the spirit and the support of one another. We seek to forgive ourselves and each other when we fail, and to accept the responsibility to begin anew.