WELCOME TO THE UNITED CHURCH OF ROWAYTON,
AN OPEN AND AFFIRMING CONGREGATION
OF THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
Sunday Worship Services - 10:15am
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
We are a Christian community, dedicated to welcoming all who seek a
relationship with God, to sharing God's Word and love,
and to nurturing all in their journey of faith.
OUR OPEN AND AFFIRMING STATEMENT
The United Church of Rowayton is an Open and Affirming Congregation of the United Church of Christ. We renew and strengthen our commitment to advocate justice and equality for all people. Therefore, led by God's spirit and with consideration of our brothers and sisters in faith, we declare that we welcome, respect and care for people of every gender, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, economic circumstance, and physical and mental ability into the worship, rites, sacraments, fellowship, and leadership of our Church. We recognize and love each and every individual as a child of God. With God's grace we therefore covenant to grow and practice a unity of faith that transcends our differences and celebrates our lives.
The Rev. Donald W. Emig was the founding Pastor and served the Rowayton community for 40 years. The Rev. John S. Livingston has been our Pastor since 1986.
Our unique sanctuary was built in 1962, and in keeping with Rowayton's proximity to the sea, evokes a billowing sail or spiraling shell. We hope you will take the time to learn more about us by exploring this website. We also encourage you and your family to come to our Sunday service (10:15 a.m. September through June and 9:15 a.m. in July and August) and join us afterwards for Fellowship Hour. God Bless.
- Click here to view the 2016 Proposed Budget
- Click here to receive our emails.
- Click here to pledge on-line.
- Click here to donate on-line.
- Click here for our Service Schedule.
- Click here to open the Fellowship hour sign up form.
- Click here to open the Church School Teacher sign up form.
- Learn about our new Mission Opportunities
Click on the image below to see a video of the Blessing of the Animals 2015!