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Flip Ur Lids!

by Manitou UCC

Your Lids for Children Cancer Treatments! This is a cancer treatment fundraiser for children in Mexico. Our own Nancy Lindley is a  sun-bird to this area of Mexico and a strong supporter of this valuable project. All plastic lids (mayonnaise, margarine, water and soda bottles, milk jugs tops, etc.) are welcome and it would be […]

Preserving Our History

by Manitou UCC

Documents dating back to the beginnings of our church. Our collection of documents have been looked at by many and are the worse for wear. Additionally, many of us might have various documents dating WAY BACK that we have kept and filed for a “later day.” That day has come. At Executive Council it was […]

What is Women’s Fellowship?

by Manitou UCC

Did you know you are automatically a member of Women’s Fellowship if you attend the Community Congregational Church? Or if you help with any of our projects? This is an all-inclusive group of women of the church and community. This fellowship has been in existence many decades. We have gatherings and activities throughout the year, as […]

“George, never place a period where God places a comma.”

by Manitou UCC

New UCC logo reflects, complements our Purpose, Vision, Mission Statements The new logo’s design and colors are intended to complement the graphic representation of “A Just World for All,” developed to illustrate new Purpose, Vision, and Mission Statements adopted by the national setting of the church last fall. The new logo retains an updated version of the […]

Installation: Our Historical Milestone!

by Manitou UCC

Well, after nearly 25 years since our last installation of a new minister, we installed Rev. Gaye Bosley-Mitchell on October 8, 2017 at 3 p.m.! It was a momentous occasion and the ceremony was beautiful! Additionally, we welcomed Gaye and her husband, Rev. Dr. Glenn Bosley-Mitchell, as the newest members of the Community Congregational Church (CCC) of […]

Historical Tidbit

by Manitou UCC

Congregational News, Colorado Springs, September 1880: The new stone church was occupied August 15th. The building is not plastered but it will be comfortable for the winter. Nothing can exceed the heart of the mountain view from the door and front window. The seats are a little mixed in style. There are pews, stained and […]

Auto-pay: Is It For You?

by Manitou UCC

Just a reminder that your weekly offering can be set on “auto-pay” through your bank. This is a great way to streamline your life without the hassle of a checkbook. For the church information to make this possible, see Rich Baker. “Our life is frittered away by detail…simplify, simplify.” H. D. Thoreau  

Historical Tidbit: Late 1800’s

by Manitou UCC

  1895-1901: Entry regarding the Missionary Tea, date not exact, “Of course everything was a sixes and seven’s*. They had to put up with canned tongue and the etcetera’s which held out.” Be sure to call the church office for your last minute tickets for the Mission Board Annual Tea event, this Saturday, May 20th. […]

Core Values and Bedrock Beliefs: Final Product.

by Manitou UCC

The members of the Transition Team are very pleased with your responses to Interim Pastor Reid’s sermon presentations on the values and beliefs, the discussion sessions following sermons, and the working session that many of you attended. Thank you for all your helpful input, fine-tuning, and creative thinking. Below you will read the finished product of these efforts. Thank you to all. This […]

Our UCC History

by Manitou UCC

La Amistad: Schooner On the first floor of the UCC Denomination’s headquarters building in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, you will find the Amistad Chapel, named after La Amistad, the schooner that held an uprising at sea of slaves bound for Cuba in 1839. There was a subsequent trial that led to all the slaves on board […]