WHO WE ARE
The United Church of Christ is a relatively new denomination, formed in 1957 from churches of Congregational, Reformed, Evangelical, and Christian backgrounds. This merger brought to the UCC a focus on education and progressive thinking, a passion for social justice, and a long-standing emphasis on the unity of all Christians as one family in Christ.
Each congregation in the UCC has the freedom to determine its own expressions of worship and forms of organization and mission, while remaining in covenant with other churches. Individual members have the freedom to understand God and the Bible as they experience the leading of the Holy Spirit.
The Spring Hill United Church of Christ was founded in 1978 by UCC members from northern states who wanted to bring the open and progressive understanding of the faith to our community. We remain committed to being a church that is welcoming to all, open to using our minds to understand our faith, and committed to reaching out to help others in our community and the world. We accept all Christian baptisms and welcome all to the communion table.