One hundred thirty years is a long time, but that is when the Provo Community Congregational Church was organized. The congregation has a long history since its inception in 1891 of serving the community with classes, health clinics, serving those in need, scout troops, seminars, twelve-step groups, musical events, choral groups, and much more.
The years have taken their toll on the 1923 and 1956 era buildings and it is time for a restoration and update to take the mission of the church into the future for decades to come. We need your help. Please visit our website KeepingtheFaithProvo.org. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter as well. Help us spread with Keeping the Faith in Downtown Provo.
Through hard work and dedication, funds have been raised to replace and upgrade the roofs of the church buildings and secure removal of a 1892 pipe organ in Salt Lake City. Work on the roofs began in December 2021 and were completed in late Spring of 2022.
Removal of the organ is planned for mid-December 2022. At that time, the organ will go into storage while plans are made and funds are raised to expand the Sanctuary to house the organ and a larger chancel to better accommodate performances with choirs and orchestras.
We were honored in the Summer of 2022 to be added to the National Register of Historic Places and given a Stewardship Award from the Provo Landmarks Commission for our work to preserve these historic buildings and the stories of those who came before us.
EXTENDED TO AUGUST 31st!