UCC Beliefs

The United Church of Christ embraces a theological heritage that affirms the Bible as the authoritative witness to the Word of God, the creeds of the ecumenical councils, and the confessions of the Reformation.  The UCC has roots in the "covenantal" tradition—meaning there is no centralized authority or hierarchy that can impose any doctrine or form of worship on its members.  Christ alone is Head of the church.  We seek a balance between freedom of conscience and accountability to the apostolic faith.  The UCC therefore receives the historic creeds and confessions of our ancestors as testimonies, but not tests of the faith.


The following are links to information about the on our church's website:

Origins of the UCC

Characteristics of the UCC

What We Believe as the UCC


The following links will take you to the UCC website to provide summaries of the following topics:

UCC Beliefs
Statement of Faith UCC
The Name of Jesus
Jesus Head of the Church
God's plan of salvation
The Apostles' Creed
Nicene Creed
Jesus Human and Divine
Luther's Small Catechism
Heidelberg Catechism
Principles Christian Church
Kansas City Statement
Evangelical Catechism
Barmen Declaration
Basis of Union
Preamble to Constitution
Statement of Mission
Toward the 21st Century
Presbyterian Catechism
Theology Page

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