We are a faith community of 73 United Church of Christ congregations in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming who support and nurture one another in local and wider ministry and mission. The United Church of Christ is an open and welcoming denomination of 5,000 churches and nearly 900,000 members that proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ, celebrates diversity, honors the gifts of all people, and seeks justice and peace for everyone.
An Alternative Tour to Palestine and Israel
In the Footsteps of Jesus: An Alternative Tour to Palestine and IsraelHosted by Jeff & Janet Wright Alternative (responsible)…Read the full story
Guns to Gardening Tools Gun Buyback Event at Community United Church of Christ, Boulder CO
On Sunday June 13th from 1-4 p.m. Community United Church of Christ in collaboration with RawTools, will host a…Read the full story
NATIONAL OPEN AND AFFIRMING SUNDAY
June 27 is National Open and Affirming Sunday! Always celebrated on the fourth Sunday of June, the Coalition created…Read the full story
Racial Justice IS Economic Justice! – Join the Movement
Co-Purchase Colorado (CPC) is an initiative of the Center for Community Wealth Building (CCWB) that leverages combined congregational buying…Read the full story
Useful ResourcesVIEW ALL RESOURCES
2014 RMC Mission & Vission Framework
What Are Special Offerings?
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2021 Reimbursement Form
United Church Funds Gift Acceptance Policy
Digital Office 101
Rocky Mountain Conference Attorney Jeffrey M. Villanueva
Annual Celebration Meeting Minutes, 2019
2020-2021 Nominating Slate
2021 Proposed Budget – Approved
RMC Personnel Manual – 2019
RMC Personnel Manual, 2019 – Download
How are We Different?
The United Church of Christ is a progressive Christian denomination proud to have embraced so many “first” throughout our history as Evangelical, Reformed, and Congregational Christian Churches.
- 1785 | First African American pastor, Lemuel Haynes, ordained.
- 1853 | First female pastor, Antoinette Brown, ordained.
- 1972 | First openly gay minister, William R. Johnson, ordained.
- 1976 | First African American leader, Joseph H. Evans, elected.
- 2005 | Marriage equality affirmed as UCC value.
We empower our congregations to build new partnerships and ministries within their communities.
The Rocky Mountain Conference:
- Supports 73 churches in the Rocky Mountain region
- Connects over 10,200 UCC congregants
- Unites churches in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah
- Engages over 500 youth in Outdoor Ministry each year