http://www.uccfiles.com/logo/UCC-Logo-giss.jpgAt Sunday Worship Service, people dress the way they feel.  Every Sunday you will see jeans and neckties alike. Individuals, couples, and families are welcome to worship together as we enjoy sermon, scripture, and song.
No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here!

Sundays 10.30-11.40*am
All Are Welcome
*Fellowship to follow

Bible Study
Sundays 9.30am
All Are Welcome

Interfaith Choir Rehearsal
Sundays 5-6.30pm
All Are Welcome

Communion (Sacrament) is celebrated on the second Sunday of the month.  All are invited and welcome at Christ’s table.

After church there is further opportunity enjoy the company of each other during Fellowship/Coffee Hour in the Fellowship Hall.  Typically there are refreshments and on the second Sunday of the month is a Pot Luck luncheon.

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  1. I am the niece of Donna Wilde, a member of your congregation in Provo, Utah. I just wanted to let you know that she passed away on July 17, 2017. Her obituary is in The Salt Lake Tribune today – July 21, 2017. There will be a viewing at 2:00 p.m. at Berg Mortuary in Provo with a graveside service following at the Provo City Cemetery on Saturday, July 22, 2017.

  2. Hello Provo United Church Of Christ . I know of a pipe organ for sale. It is a 2 manual 13 rank pneumatic. The owner play it for 35 years at a LDS Church Panguicth Utah . Owner Mr. LaFever took it apart himself and has it in storage. Mr . LaFever want 1,000 dollar for it . Please contact me for more information.
    Thanks Peter Johnson. Phone: 385-230-1740 E-mail petej590@gmail.com

    • Thanks Peter for the information and for thinking of us. As we look towards the future of the buildings at PCCUCC we may consider a pipe organ, though we don’t see it in the immediate future.

  3. Dear Provo Community United Church of Christ,
    My father, Dr. Woodrow E. Evans, passed away on January 16, 2018. He practiced dentistry in Provo from 1946-1996, was involved in numerous civic activities, and was an active member of the LDS Church. You can find his obituary at BergMortuary.com. Your congregation may find it interesting to note that he occupies a minor part of your church’s history: In the early 1950’s, a group of interested citizens formed a non-denominational Cub Scout Pack, the first one in Provo, made up of 8-11 year-old boys from all over the city. Meetings and activities were held in your church building, and my father was asked to serve as the first Cubmaster, a position he occupied for two years while my brother was a Scout. I do not know how long the Provo Cub Scout Pack existed before LDS wards and community churches began sponsoring individual troops and packs, but I do want to make you aware of the significant role your church played in the early development of the Scouting movement in Provo. Best wishes moving forward as you continue touching lives and building Provo City, a truly great community.

    • Raymond, we are sorry to hear of your loss. Thank you for relaying this information. The scouts have had a long history here at PCCUCC, and recently participated in our Worship services as part of Scout Sunday. The troop, sadly, no longer meets in our building due to space constraints. Our condolences to you and your family. You are welcome to visit here any time you wish.
      Kindly, Dave Lewis – Public Affairs

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