UCC Congregation Recognized for 150 Years and Counting of Ministry

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First Congregational Christian Church, United Church of Christ at the corner of Union and High Streets in Montgomery, Alabama, has been recognized for over 150 years of ministry and service by the Alabama Historical Association. An unveiling and dedication of a historical marker took place on Sunday, June 9th, at 10:30 AM in the churchyard, followed by worship in the sanctuary.

Representatives from Community Congregational United Church of Christ and Unity Worship Center UCC, both also in Montgomery, joined in the celebration, as did many other visitors and special guests. Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed was in attendance, as was Southeast Conference Minister Rev. Kim Wood. All glory was given to God in outstanding musical tributes, and Rev. Rodtric Robinson offered an inspiring reminder that, while much has been accomplished through the historic mission of First Congregational Christian Church, UCC, there is much ministry yet to be done. For more information, photos, and videos from this event, visit FCCCUCC’s Facebook page at facebook.com/FirstChurchMontgomery.

Congratulations, First Congregational Christian Church, United Church of Christ in Montgomery for receiving this auspicious recognition. And thank you for your faithful and dedicated ministry, your dedication institutional importance to Centennial Hill, and your commitment to serving God by serving community!