United Church of Christ in Cornwall, Congregational

Let us introduce ourselves!

We seek to be a caring church community dedicated to the nurture and sharing of each other’s faith and spiritual growth and committed to serving the local and world-wide community in love.

The UCC in Cornwall is part of the United Church of Christ, a denomination which was formed in 1957 with the merger of two church bodies - the Evangelical and Reformed Church and the Congregational Christian Church. In Connecticut we are fond of saying that our oldest church is 375 years old, but as a denomination we are 51 years BOLD!

Since it's inception, the national UCC has been known for continuing the tradition of bold stands begun by its predecessor bodies - abolition; civil rights for African-Americans,for women, for the differently-abled, and for gays, lesbians, bi-sexual, and transgendered persons.


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OUR PASTOR is the Rev. Micki Nunn-Miller. With over 30 years of experience in ministry, she began work here in 2004. She is approachable and ready to speak with you about any questions you may have about the UCC in Cornwall, Congregational. To contact Micki: cornwallpastor@aol.com or call 860-672-6840.
OUR DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION is Mrs. Tracy Gray. For 10 years, she has shepherded our children in a caring learning environment with enthusiasm and creativity. Tracy is a certified Christian Educator and leads a Church School that is focused on faith formation, mission and stewardship of God’s world. To contact Tracy: cornwallucc@aol.com or call 860-672-6840, Mon.-Fri., 9am – 1pm.
OUR ORGANIST AND CHOIR DIRECTOR is Ms. Anne Chamberlain. Anne works with the volunteer Adult Choir before church every Sunday and with the Children's Choir after church every Sunday. She plays the organ and piano for our worship services. For decades Anne has been privileged to share music in a variety of circumstances and settings connecting with students, audiences and other musicians from both the US and in distant countries. Music can touch us deeply; often giving voice to our sorrows and joys, and sometimes to our convictions.